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Am I the Right Broker?

Not just a Top Performer but also the right fit for your particular needs.

While I have twenty years of experience, am a Top Performer and have garnered great reviews, however the best way for you to confirm who will be the right fit for your particular needs is to interview multiple agents without allowing yourself to be pressured into making any decisions. As part of this process, I invite you to sit down with me in a confidential, no-pressure setting.

Let's talk

I have visited inside more than 20,000 homes over a period of more than two decades. That means I have almost certainly either seen or sold something very close to what you are seeking! Let's talk about what you have in mind. Ask me about the market and ask me how I would work with your specific needs. Ask me about what it means to practice real estate with integrity. Don't be shy -- I guarantee you'll learn so much from speaking with me about your needs.

And don't stop there. Please do interview other agents as well -- shop around until you find the person who's the right fit for your particular needs. It benefits everyone when buyers do their homework. Selecting the person who will be your trusted representative is not a process to be taken lightly. As part of your process, I look forward to exploring whether I might be the right broker for you.

Important questions to ask

  1. Do you practice under a Broker's License or a Salesperson's License?
  2. Do you mostly represent buyers or sellers?
  3. What is your typical price point?
  4. How do you handle conflicts of interest?
  5. Can you give examples of how you have acted with integrity?
  6. How busy are you at the moment? Do you have time to work for me?
  7. Do you have a team -- who are they and what do they do exactly?
  8. Do you routinely delegate client-facing tasks to junior associates?
  9. Have you ever been sued or have you ever paid to settle a complaint?
  10. What do you most enjoy about representing buyers and sellers?

The value proposition

Once you have interviewed several agents and carefully considered the unique value proposition that each one has to offer, your needs will come into sharper focus. From there, it'll be clear which agent can provide the best value proposition for your particular situation.