Ahwatukee Realtor at Your Service
Regardless of your price range, I will treat you with the utmost care as customer service is extremely important to me. Your best interests and happiness are my highest priority as I want to make sure that I become your Ahwatukee Realtor for life.
I believe in being pro-active rather than reactive. Each of my 100s of successful transactions has added to my knowledge/experience and I continue to learn with each new one.
This pro-activeness helps my negotiating. In order to negotiate well, one must gain the right information to set the stage before actually negotiating. Sounds simple enough but many Realtors don’t do this important step. This is one reason I’ve out-negotiated many other Ahwatukee Realtors.
I will be very responsive to you. My clients frequently ask me how I can be so responsive when they know how I’m busy I am. I guess I owe that to exceptional time management, great organizational skills, and the fact that I work too many hours.
As an Ahwatukee Realtor that has lived in Ahwatukee for 17+ years, I'm truly a local expert.
While I do love working in Ahwatukee, I do have many offices across the Phoenix Valley and have helped buyers and sellers in just about every city.
So Many Ahwatukee Realtors to Choose From
Hiring the right Ahwatukee Realtor is tough as you are looking for the best and I get that. I believe my track record and client reviews speak to how much my experience will pay off for you.
Most of the top Ahwatukee Realtors will pass you off to a junior Realtor and/or a transaction coordinator. That is something that I do NOT do. I will give you personalized service and be your first point of contact so that we can have cohesive communication. Nevertheless, please keep in mind that I have a fantastic group of people supporting me behind the scenes.
Need to sell? Read through my reviews and one thing that you will consistently read is that I know how to get a house ready to sell and that I typically sell for more than what people think it is really worth.
Need to buy? While I can’t always guarantee it, I have frequently gotten my client's offer accepted (even an offer using financing as opposed to cash) in a multiple offer situation even though it was not the best offer. How do you ask? Suffice it to say for now, because of my experience and knowing how to present an offer to the seller's Realtor.