Why work with a Realtor?
Some people question the reason why they should work with a Realtor as opposed to selling a home or purchasing a home themselves.
The answer is really quite simple. A Realtor is a trained real estate professional with knowledge and experience of the local real estate market.
A Realtor’s knowledge and experience are essential when you are attempting to get the most for the sale of your home or finding the best possible deal when purchasing a home.
Nevertheless, a Realtor’s usefulness is much more significant than those facts, there are numerous ways that a Realtors skills can be important, but are often not considered or completely overlooked.
However, not all Realtors are the same.
The Value of Working with Nance & Associates Realtors
Nance & Associates, Realtors has been serving real estate customers throughout Virginia and Maryland since 2002. As such, we are extremely knowledgeable and experienced in all aspects of real estate. We are especially well versed in all types of mortgage financing with a true sense of property values. More importantly, our real estate agency was founded on the principles of excellence and transparency and our emphasis on ethics shows in our dedication to our valued clients and customers.
Every one of our real estate transactions reflects our values as we look out for each client’s needs.
Probably the most critical task that a Realtor can do for you when trying to sell your home is to provide you with their marketing experience of what works and what doesn’t and of course, market exposure.
This is a difficult endeavor for you on your own and even for many Realtors for many reasons.
For starters, at Nance & Associates, Realtors, we have an established web presence.
Our website, www.nancerealtors.com is an excellent place to check out details about homes that are currently available for sale or coming on the market, community information and mortgage loan options.
Your home will be prominently featured on this website, showcasing your home to potential buyers 24/7.
Some other important areas of marketing that we as Realtors provide are things such as ads, open houses, property flyers and area info packages.
As experienced Realtors, we have experience doing these kinds of tasks.
We also have an established network of connections, usually buyer’s agents.
This means that our network connections will bring more prospective buyers to your home.
When buying a home, we as Realtors, will essentially do the legwork for you. By helping you identify what you are looking for in a home; you can save yourself valuable time.
As Realtors, we will be able to sort through the homes that are available on the market and select only the homes that suit your needs, lifestyle, and budget.
We also have access to important information regarding the area, neighborhood, and the homes in question.
At Nance & Associates Realtors, we will also be able to arrange inspections and conduct them with the inspector so that you remain as informed on the process as possible.
Closing the deal
Another important aspect of both buying and selling a home is during the closing of a home. This is where a Realtor’s knowledge is invaluable.
This is easily the most complicated part of a transaction as many FSBO sellers and buyers have found out.
Real estate contracts are intricately involved documents that require an understanding of not only the real estate contracts, but the process and the real estate law as well.
A typical closing will involve more than the Realtor.
Lawyers, and Notaries play an important role in the transfer of a home from one owner to another.
As experienced Realtors, we are trained in the art of contracting home sales and have an established group of lawyers and notaries that they utilize in order to make the entire process easier on the buyer or seller.
Would you let a car mechanic fix your piano? It does not make a lot of sense does it? For the same reason, you should seek the services of a professional Realtor when buying or selling your home.
Our experience, knowledge, and professionalism will save you time, money, and most importantly the nervousness of wondering if everything has been done properly and in accordance with law and practice.