Whether you're a first time home buyer or someone who has purchased many homes there is certain amount of anxiety involved. Having the advice and guidance of a seasoned professional can help minimize it.
THIS IS CERTAINLY IMPORTANT IF YOU ARE RELOCATING HERE.
Having lived in South Charlotte since 1978 with over 25 years of local real estate experience I have served hundreds of Buyers, Sellers and many Relocation's.
I know the area, communities, homes, builders and have a extensive network of contacts. My husband, Ray uses the phase "You Can't Teach Experience" and that is very important to remember in selecting an agent to work with.
In working with you I stress the importance of listening to what you want. This cannot be stressed too much as it is the foundation of finding you the home you want. There are certain factor that apply to both resales and new construction.
Resales / New Construction / Buyers Representation
A topic of importance in purchasing a existing home or new construction homes from a builder is Buyer Agency. You have the right to have your interests protected in the purchase of any home
The listing agent or the builders representative owes their loyalty and financial obligations to the seller of the home or the builder they work for. I have represented hundreds of clients in purchasing homes both used and new because I know the ins and outs of how the process works.
I am both a Certified New Home Sales Professional (CSP) and Accrediited Buyers Agent (ABR)
Here are the critical questions to ask an agent when interviewing them about listing your home.
Don't be surprised to learn that a fair among of agents have not lived in Charlotte for any length of time. That many are new to the real estate business.
That they may not be experienced in your specific area where you currently live.
Another Factor To Consider
Reality is depending on the source of real estate publications points out that the percentage of real estate agents that fail in the business within the first 5 years is 85-90%. When you think about it that's nearly 9 of 10 new agents that are projected to fail. Frankly real estate is a tough business. Thankfully Charlotte has a fair amount of established veterans who have survived the ups and downs of the market.
If you decide to sell remember
"You Can't Teach Experience"
For over 25 years I have marketed and sold hundred of homes. I have a process that starts with a market analyst of your home comparing its features to other recently sold and listed homes for sale that would be competition. I review the area amenities including community features, access to shopping, parks, healthcare, roads / public transportation, schools anything that can be used to enhance the market value of the property.
Using my husbands knowledge he reviews the property to identify any visible and correctable items that can be addressed prior to listing. He also researches any future area improvements or enhancements that will add value. He has an extensive network of contacts that he relies on for this kind of information.
Setting the Price
Using all this information we can work with you in establishing a price that is attainable for your home and may even involve pushing the envelop.
Hi, I'm Elaine Eschert and Welcome to Charlotte.
Lets start the process by talking about this move and what you are anticipating. together we can discuss whats important to you and begin to develop m d desires are so we can determine some specific to meet them. I cannot stress the importance of working with a experienced and knowledgeable agent. Our family relocated here back in 1978 when my husband transferred with AT&T. As long time residents and a veteran real estate broker for 25 years I have the knowledge and experience you will benefit from.
Lets start the process by talking about this move and what you are anticipating. Together we can discuss what is important to you in detail.
I have been told by my clients I am a good listener so please give me a call at
Again, welcome to Charlotte