Why most buyers and sellers get
less than they deserve.

Know the feeling?

(Hint: You're not alone.)

You find the perfect place online

...and then discover that it was sold a week ago. You've wasted your time, and you're feeling dissapointed. Those online tools aren't all they're cracked up to be.

You put in your offer

...and discover that 10 other people have already offered, even though the house has only been on the market for a day.

The avalanche of offers
...is overwhelming. You're grateful to have people competing for your home, but sorting through all the options, and letting people waive their protections - it's a difficult choice.
You're sure there's a secret club
...of people that have better information than you. Maybe you need someone with a little more experience on your side.
The constant market shift
...makes it hard to know what to look for. Recent events aside (because YES, COVID created some massive shifts in the market) the property market shifts constantly. Unless it's your day job, it's hard to know how to proceed.
Too many tools
...and not enough time. It's easy to rely on popular apps and tools, but they're unreliable and entirely automated. They don't have the knowledge of a real person (and they have outdated information 100% of the time!).
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In a perfect world...

...someone would make this an easy-to-navigate process that gets you the best insights for the best decision.

But, that's easier said than done.

You need up-to-date expertise

What you really need are all the facts and insights of an experienced expert so that your purchase or sale delivers the best fit for you.

  • You need full support throughout the process
  • You need your interests to be protected
  • You need to maximize your purchase or proceeds

There is a right (and wrong) fit in your next purchase or sale.

Avoid these three pitfalls when choosing the right real estate fit.

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1. The promise of convenience

There are a lot of automated systems that make you just another cog in the real estate transaction. The best they can offer is whatever logic someone puts into the algorithm. The problem is, you aren't a cog: you're the one who needs to buy or sell a home.

2. The lure of an office on every corner

You don't want to be the practice client for an agent who is just learning the business, let alone the market. Good intentions don't deliver the best outcomes in real estate.
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3. Counting on required disclosure

Disclosing just what is required can leave you without critical insights about your real estate decisions. You deserve to know everything an experienced broker can share.

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Every agent must own their responsibility to the community, delivering personalized value to the experience.

You need the focused attention of a proven agent working for your best interest.

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