For Buyers

An Exceptional Agent

…prioritizes YOU, not their sale. I’ve been told that I “go the extra mile” for my clients. But in my opinion, an agent working for buyers should always:

  • SEARCH
    aggressively for available properties, including expireds / withdrawns and upcoming listings
  • INVESTIGATE
    boundaries, zoning, nearby projects, flood plains, setback requirements, property conditions/repairs
  • RESEARCH
    comparable sales, neighborhood values, possible re-sale issues
  • REVIEW
    documents such as your title insurance policy, for instance, may contain coverage exceptions
  • COMMUNICATE
    about due dates, appointments, and all the moving parts of our transaction
  • CONNECT
    with the lenders, contractors and other professionals who make your deal work
  • THINK CREATIVELY
    on properties with special circumstances; on buyers with unique needs
  • ATTEND INSPECTIONS
    to understand your property in proper context
  • ARRANGE REPAIR ESTIMATES
    to help you determine deal breakers or plan your future budget
  • MAKE DEADLINES
    responding to the other party on time is key to complying with our contract
  • PROBLEM-SOLVE
    to keep our challenges from standing in the way of your goal
  • ADVOCATE
    to act in your best interest is the entire purpose of my job!

Otherwise, what’s the point?

Finding homes you like online is the easy part. The complex offer/transaction process is best navigated by an experienced agent who thinks ahead and never puts the sale ahead of their client. Better yet: Buyer Agency is free of charge on listed homes. You get full representation — at no cost — if you use your own agent to see homes.

If you’re looking for a new home, don’t go it alone – put me to work for you! Let’s meet and discuss your priorities. I’ll set you up with my buying guide, list of local lenders and inspectors, and an overview of what to expect from the process.