Using a REALTOR, and working with me specifically, has got to be one of the top-three experiences you’re ever going to have. At least, that’s what I’ve been told. (Thanks, Mom!)
Seriously, let’s start with what “using a realtor” really means. A REALTOR (yes, it’s supposed to be all in caps) is a licensed real estate broker who has elected to the join the National Association of REALTORS, and abide by their Code of Ethics.
It’s important to note that a REALTOR is NOT (unless otherwise licensed and employed) a lawyer, a property inspector, a property manager, a lender, a title officer, or escrow officer. A REALTOR is, however, expected to be capable and aware enough of each of those professions to be able to provide clients with good counsel when the need arises. Using a REALTOR, therefore, gives you one person you can consistently deal with throughout your real estate transaction. Using a REALTOR helps you protect your sanity.
Just as with any profession, using a REALTOR means finding someone who meshes with your own personality. Each of us has a slightly different way of doing things; a different method to a similar madness, if you will. You can read a little about me and my goals, my promise to you, and the services I offer right here on this site.
Take a look around this website, read some of the blog posts, and see if you think you and I will mesh. Will using a REALTOR, this REALTOR, be helpful to you? Then give me a call at 303-909-2365, or jump over to the contact me page to send me a message. I look forward to hearing from you.