Choosing the right agent

Ron believes that the world of Real Estate is a revolving cycle using micro and macro markets to serve as adjustment guidelines for pricing a home to sell. We are in a changing economy, and priorities have changed drastically from twenty years ago. Technology has changed our entire lifestyle; it is more important than ever to be on the cutting edge at all times. Correctly pricing a home is critically important and will make the difference whether it will sell or not. I strongly believe in doing the research necessary to understand the current market, as well as the projected market. Making adjustments based on this understanding is also critical to making a successful sale or seeing the home languish on the market for months. No longer can one rely on generic guidelines for pricing a home such as Zillow or Redfin. A home is a one-of-a-kind, emotional asset and there is a great deal to consider when pricing it for sale. Education is a must, (collaboration is necessary and equally important). The local market, the national and international markets must all be factored in, to price a home correctly.

Neighborhood knowledge is the most important. There is no substitute to understanding the nuances of a neighborhood. A location in a particular neighborhood and the location on a particular street factor into the proper pricing of a home and affect the overall success of the sale. We are committed to personally previewing every property in our market areas when they first come on the market. There is no substitute for knowledge, no substitute for doing the research, and certainly no substitute for collaborating to determine the most accurate information.

When choosing an agent, be absolutely sure he or she puts critical emphasis on these issues, is knowledgeable about the neighborhood, has accurate knowledge of any political issues or construction projects that will affect homeownership in the area, and is aware of our national as well as the global economy.

Choosing the right agent

Ron believes that the world of Real Estate is a revolving cycle using micro and macro markets to serve as adjustment guidelines for pricing a home to sell. We are in a changing economy, and priorities have changed drastically from twenty years ago. Technology has changed our entire lifestyle; it is more important than ever to be on the cutting edge at all times. Correctly pricing a home is critically important and will make the difference whether it will sell or not. I strongly believe in doing the research necessary to understand the current market, as well as the projected market. Making adjustments based on this understanding is also critical to making a successful sale or seeing the home languish on the market for months. No longer can one rely on generic guidelines for pricing a home such as Zillow or Redfin. A home is a one-of-a-kind, emotional asset and there is a great deal to consider when pricing it for sale. Education is a must, (collaboration is necessary and equally important). The local market, the national and international markets must all be factored in, to price a home correctly.

Neighborhood knowledge is the most important. There is no substitute to understanding the nuances of a neighborhood. A location in a particular neighborhood and the location on a particular street factor into the proper pricing of a home and affect the overall success of the sale. We are committed to personally previewing every property in our market areas when they first come on the market. There is no substitute for knowledge, no substitute for doing the research, and certainly no substitute for collaborating to determine the most accurate information.

When choosing an agent, be absolutely sure he or she puts critical emphasis on these issues, is knowledgeable about the neighborhood, has accurate knowledge of any political issues or construction projects that will affect homeownership in the area, and is aware of our national as well as the global economy.