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1. Get pre-approved.
2. Commit to working with a Realtor.
As a Realtor I come across many opportunities, but I can also find these opportunities for you. That's what I do.
BUT it takes a commit.
I am looking for new clients. One's willing to commit to achieve the American Dream is not easy.
Now with the internet many buyers are doing the agent's job. Out of Phone blowi, I understand, but all that says is that your agent is not taking care you you, or not advising you correctly. Only you can do something about that.
Don't call me if you have an agent, have your agent call me.
Many buyers are desperate I understand, we are in a housing crisis. But you get what you pay especially when working with a discount broker/agent. Service is everything.
Don't trust someone who just gives you a list and tells you to go, and then tries to discount a listings' commission. Those offers don't get accepted silly!
Not in this market. Trying to save a dollar while tripping over a dime.
The cost of missing opportunities is real.
The cost of waiting is real.
Entry level home Prices will continue to rise.
That's a fact!
Does your agent go to brokers tours?
Does they network Coming Soons, just listed?
Is your agent full time?
Do you tour properties with your agent?
Do they mail neighborhoods in your behalf?
Do they have a license?
These are all valid question?
Work with an agent, a Realtor. A professional who finds properties for a living. One that will find exactly what are you looking for.
Are you willing and ready to commit with an agent? A professional.
I can show you how.
or visit me website: www.GotRealEstate.us
You know who to call. #YourRealtorforLife #GotRealEstate
Juan Jose Cervantes
Se Habla Español
Showing a cute #BradfordPlace condo this evening. Great location close to everything including Meijer Gardens. These are spacious ranch style condos with attached garages, decks and walkout basements, under $200k!! Visit the link in my profile for more information and sign up for #listingalerts to have new listings sent to your inbox.
Long weekends and sold stickers go super well together! We are super excited for our seller on this one. First showing through the door wrote an offer and it was sold in under two weeks! Credit to the seller for having phenomenal taste and staging this beauty. Makes our jobs a lot easier!!
Constantly contacting someone without offering any value is harassment. If you want leads to convert, give them a reason why.
* Answer their questions
* Share helpful content
* Provide discounts and other incentives
* Go out of your way to help your leads accomplish their goals
When you do all of this, you’ll close more deals more often!
Man, TMH has come a LONG way in the 70 years it has been open!
On November 4, 1949, Tallahassee Memorial Hospital opened its doors at its present location at Magnolia Drive and Miccosukee Road at a total cost of $1.5 million, plus $6,000 for the land.
One cool fact about TMH is that The Women's Pavilion features the region's only Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. 👶🏼 🍼
Check back next week for another interesting #TallahasseeThrowBackThursday
What's the most common home-buying mistake? If you're reading this from a cramped living room, or while lying in your itty-bitty "master" bedroom, you probably know the answer: buying a too-small home.