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Find Your Dream Home

Selling your home for more money is what it's about, and that's what we do. Our agents are not about the "sales scripts." We listen and empathize with your needs, solve problems, and build relationships based on trust and credibility. Successful selling is nothing more than showing how to help sellers with their real estate needs by navigating all the complexities of a real estate contract and protecting their best interest.

Many sellers think there's nothing to selling their home. That may be true in some cases, but for the average homeowner, it usually is not the case. Most homeowners are not tuned into the trends and fluctuations of the real estate market or aware of the steps necessary to maximize profits on the sale of their home. And, while sellers are looking forward to a quick and streamlined sale, there's a lot to consider along the way. So, one of your first decisions is to select a real estate agent who will join you in the process, and that is what you will receive from a Brokers Guild Real Estate agent; it's what we do and have been doing since 1978.

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Manage The Showings

  • Making the most of your time while touring homes
    Have an idea of your price range, an estimate of your monthly payment and a pre-approval lender letter, so sellers know your buying power and ability to purchase. Narrow down your wants and needs with your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent and think about what’s most important to you. Preview properties through the number one market-place for real time homes for sale through your own MLS portal. Choose all the homes you would like to see with your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent with the days and time that work for you.
  • What should I expect when visiting homes?
    You and your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent will tour homes together. Homeowners usually are not home, so you’re free to spend as little or as much time as you want. Buyers often have an immediate reaction to a home. First impressions count, but you should also ask your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent for their opinion as well.
  • How many homes should I visit?
    Sometimes buyers find their home the first time out, and others look at many homes before they see one that checks all their wants or needs. It’s a good idea to see at least a few alternatives, so you have some points of comparison.
  • What should I look for when visiting homes?
    Look beyond the staging and decorative items, so you can see the features and fixtures that convey with the house. Check the condition of the home. Keep track with photos and notes. Consider possible home improvements you might want to make so you can research costs later. Don’t forget to check out the outside of the property and the neighborhood. Your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent has access to neighborhood insights and data to help inform your decision. Locate your commuter route, schools, shops, restaurants, parks and other amenities. If the property is a condo or located in a homeowners association, find out the fees and rules to see if you can live with them.
  • Making the most of your time while touring homes
    Have an idea of your price range, an estimate of your monthly payment and a pre-approval lender letter, so sellers know your buying power and ability to purchase. Narrow down your wants and needs with your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent and think about what’s most important to you. Preview properties through the number one market-place for real time homes for sale through your own MLS portal. Choose all the homes you would like to see with your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent with the days and time that work for you.
  • What should I expect when visiting homes?
    You and your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent will tour homes together. Homeowners usually are not home, so you’re free to spend as little or as much time as you want. Buyers often have an immediate reaction to a home. First impressions count, but you should also ask your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent for their opinion as well.
  • How many homes should I visit?
    Sometimes buyers find their home the first time out, and others look at many homes before they see one that checks all their wants or needs. It’s a good idea to see at least a few alternatives, so you have some points of comparison.
  • What should I look for when visiting homes?
    Look beyond the staging and decorative items, so you can see the features and fixtures that convey with the house. Check the condition of the home. Keep track with photos and notes. Consider possible home improvements you might want to make so you can research costs later. Don’t forget to check out the outside of the property and the neighborhood. Your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent has access to neighborhood insights and data to help inform your decision. Locate your commuter route, schools, shops, restaurants, parks and other amenities. If the property is a condo or located in a homeowners association, find out the fees and rules to see if you can live with them.
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Review all Offers

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Prepare For The Home Inspection

  • Making the most of your time while touring homes
    Have an idea of your price range, an estimate of your monthly payment and a pre-approval lender letter, so sellers know your buying power and ability to purchase. Narrow down your wants and needs with your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent and think about what’s most important to you. Preview properties through the number one market-place for real time homes for sale through your own MLS portal. Choose all the homes you would like to see with your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent with the days and time that work for you.
  • What should I expect when visiting homes?
    You and your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent will tour homes together. Homeowners usually are not home, so you’re free to spend as little or as much time as you want. Buyers often have an immediate reaction to a home. First impressions count, but you should also ask your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent for their opinion as well.
  • How many homes should I visit?
    Sometimes buyers find their home the first time out, and others look at many homes before they see one that checks all their wants or needs. It’s a good idea to see at least a few alternatives, so you have some points of comparison.
  • What should I look for when visiting homes?
    Look beyond the staging and decorative items, so you can see the features and fixtures that convey with the house. Check the condition of the home. Keep track with photos and notes. Consider possible home improvements you might want to make so you can research costs later. Don’t forget to check out the outside of the property and the neighborhood. Your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent has access to neighborhood insights and data to help inform your decision. Locate your commuter route, schools, shops, restaurants, parks and other amenities. If the property is a condo or located in a homeowners association, find out the fees and rules to see if you can live with them.
  • Making the most of your time while touring homes
    Have an idea of your price range, an estimate of your monthly payment and a pre-approval lender letter, so sellers know your buying power and ability to purchase. Narrow down your wants and needs with your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent and think about what’s most important to you. Preview properties through the number one market-place for real time homes for sale through your own MLS portal. Choose all the homes you would like to see with your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent with the days and time that work for you.
  • What should I expect when visiting homes?
    You and your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent will tour homes together. Homeowners usually are not home, so you’re free to spend as little or as much time as you want. Buyers often have an immediate reaction to a home. First impressions count, but you should also ask your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent for their opinion as well.
  • How many homes should I visit?
    Sometimes buyers find their home the first time out, and others look at many homes before they see one that checks all their wants or needs. It’s a good idea to see at least a few alternatives, so you have some points of comparison.
  • What should I look for when visiting homes?
    Look beyond the staging and decorative items, so you can see the features and fixtures that convey with the house. Check the condition of the home. Keep track with photos and notes. Consider possible home improvements you might want to make so you can research costs later. Don’t forget to check out the outside of the property and the neighborhood. Your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent has access to neighborhood insights and data to help inform your decision. Locate your commuter route, schools, shops, restaurants, parks and other amenities. If the property is a condo or located in a homeowners association, find out the fees and rules to see if you can live with them.
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Prepare For The Appraisal

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Close The Deal

  • Making the most of your time while touring homes
    Have an idea of your price range, an estimate of your monthly payment and a pre-approval lender letter, so sellers know your buying power and ability to purchase. Narrow down your wants and needs with your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent and think about what’s most important to you. Preview properties through the number one market-place for real time homes for sale through your own MLS portal. Choose all the homes you would like to see with your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent with the days and time that work for you.
  • What should I expect when visiting homes?
    You and your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent will tour homes together. Homeowners usually are not home, so you’re free to spend as little or as much time as you want. Buyers often have an immediate reaction to a home. First impressions count, but you should also ask your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent for their opinion as well.
  • How many homes should I visit?
    Sometimes buyers find their home the first time out, and others look at many homes before they see one that checks all their wants or needs. It’s a good idea to see at least a few alternatives, so you have some points of comparison.
  • What should I look for when visiting homes?
    Look beyond the staging and decorative items, so you can see the features and fixtures that convey with the house. Check the condition of the home. Keep track with photos and notes. Consider possible home improvements you might want to make so you can research costs later. Don’t forget to check out the outside of the property and the neighborhood. Your Brokers Guild Real Estate agent has access to neighborhood insights and data to help inform your decision. Locate your commuter route, schools, shops, restaurants, parks and other amenities. If the property is a condo or located in a homeowners association, find out the fees and rules to see if you can live with them.
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