How We Work:
Step 1. We position your home
We don't price your home. We position it. We figure out what's more important to you, time or money?. Then, we look at what your competing against, and position you to either force them off the market, or to sell faster then them. Its 100% about strategy, not price.
Step 2. We represent you
We offer single agency. This means we truly represent you and have your back. We will turn the buyers upside down and shake every last penny out of their pockets to get you the highest price possible. Transaction agents can't offer this. They have to play in the middle.
Step 3. We guide you from start to finish
The open houses, the showings, they play a role in the process but that's not why your hiring us. Your hiring us because after 55k+ transactions, we know exactly what we are doing and what you're going through. Our job is to guide you every step of the way.
How will you represent me? This is the #1 question you need to ask any prospective agent.
We offer our buyers single agency. This means we represent YOU and not the transaction. Isn't that what every real estate agent does? NO. Most agents are what's called Transaction Brokers. This means they represent the transaction NOT YOU. This matters. Click each below to understand the difference.
This is a higher level of representation. With this comes 4 things. Loyalty, Obedience, Confidentiality and Full disclosure. Essentially this means we have your back and are fighting only for you. We can work to the detriment of the other side. Something a Transaction Broker CAN'T LEGALLY DO. Let's use an example. Let's say you select a transaction broker to buy a home with. You fall in love with a home. Your agent finds out by talking with the other seller's agent that they have it listed at $300k but need it gone asap and would be happy with $250k. Your agent can't legally tell you that as a Transaction Broker. That's not right is it? As a single agent, not only can we tell you, WE HAVE TO TELL YOU. Once again, representation matters.
In the state of Florida, any real estate agent you meet is considered at first contact, to be a Transaction Broker. If they offer Single Agency, they will have you sign a specific form to give them that ability. MOST brokerages do not offer single agency. Mainly because it creates more exposure for the brokerage and therefore results in higher insurance premiums. However, we believe its the right way to represent a client. Otherwise, you represent the transaction and must play fair for both sides. We are in business to help people not a contract. Always ask any prospective agent how they will be representing you.