Send buyers daily listings matching their criteria.
Send buyers information on steps involved in buying a home.
Make an appointment with the buyer for a home buying presentation.
Send text or e-mail confirmation of the appointment and call to confirm.
Provide School Information as well as Recreation & Transit Information on buyers requested property.
Send buyers information about how much time it takes to buy a house.
Send buyers information about median prices and approx monthly payments for various styles of homes in different cities.
Send buyers information on great deals like bank foreclosures, distress sales, etc
Send buyers a monthly market summary.
Reply to questions on any property of interest.
Give buyers an overview of current market conditions and projections.
Review the salesperson’s / broker’s company credentials and accomplishments.
Present company profile and position or “niche” in the marketplace.
Discuss buyers real estate goals.
Explain the salesperson's role in screening qualified listings to protect against waste of buyers time.
Explain different agency relationships and determine buyers preference.
If needed, advise mortgage brokers that a buyer may choose to speak with.
Answer appointment questions.
Understand the buyer’s needs and wants by asking relevant questions.
Educate buyers about the options of homes they can buy in different price ranges.
Explain the buyer benefits of working with our team.
Amend buyers criteria and send buyers listings based on refined criteria.
Confirm property is available by calling the seller’s agent.
Check with the seller's agent if they have had any prior offers on the property.
Check the MLS history of the house.
Research all comparable currently listed properties.
Research sales activity for past months from MLS and public databases.
Research “Average Days on Market” for properties similar in type, price and location.
Prepare “Comparable Market Analysis” (CMA) to establish market value.
Do an in depth analysis over the current market value of the property while keeping in mind market conditions, recent sales along with other pros and cons of the property.
Prepare a detailed list of the property’s amenities and assess market impact.
Research the property’s ownership and deed type.
Research the property’s public record information for lot size and dimensions.
Verify legal description.
Research property’s land use coding and deed restrictions.
Research property’s current use and zoning.
Verify legal names of the owner(s) in the public property records.
Prepare a Buyer presentation package with the above materials.
Confirm current public schools and explain their impact on market value.
Present CMA results, including comparables, solds, current listings and expireds.
Offer professional strategy based and interpretation of current market conditions.
Review all clauses in the contract and obtain the buyer's signature.
Review current title information.
Confirm lot size via owner’s copy of certified survey, if available.
Note any and all unrecorded property lines, agreements and easements.
Obtain house plans, if applicable and available.
Calculate average utility usage from the last 12 months of bills as per seller on buyer’s request.
Prepare a detailed list of the property’s “Inclusions & Conveyances with Sale.”
Obtain a list of completed repairs and maintenance items.
Explain benefits of Home Owner Warranty to buyers.
Assist buyers with completion and submission of Home Owner Warranty application.
Obtain pre-qualification letter on buyer from loan officer, if available.
Negotiate all offers on buyer’s behalf, setting time limit for loan approval and closing date.
Prepare and convey any counteroffers, acceptance or amendments to the seller's salesperson/broker.
Email copies of contract and all addendums to closing attorney.
When an Offer-to-Purchase contract is accepted and signed by the buyer, ensure delivery to the seller's salesperson/broker.
Record and promptly deposit buyer’s money into an escrow account.
Deliver copies of the fully signed Offer-to-Purchase contract to buyers.
Email copies of the Offer-to-Purchase contract to the selling salesperson / broker.
Email copies of the Offer-to-Purchase contract to the lender.
Provide copies of the signed Offer-to-Purchase contract for the office file.