When buying a home, it’s strongly recommended you have a Realtor. As your realtor, I will represent you in your best interest and make the process smooth than difficult. My credentials earned prove that I am an experienced and expert at what I do. I work hard for my clients and always keep customer service my top priority. The best part is, the seller compensates a buyer’s agent, in most cases so there is no cost to you to have a professional represent you by your side. I can also assist you by listing your home to sell as your listing agent.
A real estate agent is more than just a salesperson. A real estate may act on your behalf, providing you with advice and guidance when buying or selling a home. Due to the constant changing of the market, the information available on the listing is not always 100% accurate. There are times when you need the most current information about what has sold or is for sale, and the only way to get that is with a real estate agent. If you are in the market to buy, it would be advisable to use a Buyer’s Agent. They can make recommendations on what terms and prices to offer as well as negotiating a deal with your best interest in mind.
Yes! For many reasons, getting pre-approved before looking at homes will help determine and understand exactly how much you can afford. As a first time home buyer, there are programs available to you to consider. Another reason to talk to a bank before looking at homes is so you also know the costs associated with buying a home. Such as down payment, pre-paid items, escrows, which a mortgage professional explains thoroughly to you.
As your Realtor, I will be able to provide high-quality mortgage professionals, attorneys, contractors, inspectors, movers, interior designers, or other services needed throughout the home selling process.
Representing you as your Buyer Agent, the Seller or Builder compensates the Realtor typically; so there is no charge to you for my services when you’re buying a home or leasing.
Representing as your Seller Agent, I charge 6% commission total, 3% is for the buyer agent, and 3% is for the seller agent. Choosing a Realtor based solely on the fact they offer the lowest commission amount is a top mistake made by home sellers when choosing a Realtor to sell their home.
If you have services retained with SOBI QAZI Weddings, you may be eligible to some incentives offered if both services are contracted.
I am available to you at any time in various methods you prefer, via e-mail, text message and phone or face-to-face interaction. When assisting you with your buying process, I am in constant touch with you while I perform research on active homes, scheduling showings and providing you the step-by-step process as we progress forward.
You will hear from me weekly, at the bare minimum to check in and give you any news or feedback needed to discuss when selling your home. Communication is key!
Commercial Real Estate is a niche on its own. I love to excel at Sales and am always looking for a challenge in new project opportunities. With my father’s business in Construction Services since 1999 for commercial properties, that now is a family run business, I have naturally gained interest and have experienced basic understanding of CRE prior to having my Real Estate license. The brokerage offers 10 years plus of commercial real estate experience and specializes in a variety of types of sales for our clients. With our years of experience and qualifications, we offer ease to our clients with the number of factors and variables that are involved in completing the transaction.
Generally, the biggest difference comes down to due diligence. Residential purchases deal with general inspections which is typically a quick one-day inspection. Residential purchases are also cheaper and are more likely a homestead. Residential deals are emotional purchases that can usually be closed within 30-45 days. Commercial property purchases involve property that is being used for business purposes, so there is more liability in the property and the land connected to it. The inspection process is extremely extensive, depending on prior usage, so the feasibility period is much longer and closing on commercial real estate deals can be a very long process.
When it comes to commercial real estate commission rates, there is no specific number that brokerages need to go by. Each brokerage will have different commission rates for their brokers and not all brokerages will provide their rates to the public, except by inquiry. Certain types of commercial real estate properties will have higher commission rates and others will have lower rates on average. It’s not uncommon to see commission rates ranging between 3% to 10%, but it all depends on the property itself, how much a buyer is willing to pay, and the brokerage.
Generally speaking, an agent/broker is needed to allow potential buyers access to view the property. While it’s not a strict requirement for a buyer to view properties, they may not be able to get the same levels of access to the property without them. A buyer could choose to view properties online, which does not require an agent/broker. There may be difficulty in finding some of the properties online, however, and you won’t have as detailed of information as a broker can get.