Our Mission Statement

Many REALTORS® think their most important job is satisfying the customer. We don’t think that’s true. We believe that satisfying the customer is simply the minimum requirement for staying in business. We work constantly to improve our systems, processes, and services to go well beyond the standard level of “service” provided by most REALTORS®.

Simply put, our objectives are to help you find the perfect home in the least time, and with the fewest hassles. We will be with you every step of the way right through to the closing. We want to provide the best service in the industry Period.

Is Your Agent Working For You?

A real estate agent may represent either the buyer or the seller. Until very recently, real estate agents almost always represented the seller, not the buyer, in the real estate transaction. Even the real estate agent who drove you from home to home was not working on your behalf. By law, the agent was required to work on the seller’s side – to get the highest price and the best terms for the seller.

All that has changed!

Wide-sweeping changes in Multiple Listing Service regulations, as well as revisions in legislation and local real estate regulations, have opened a whole new era in real estate transactions…

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The Age of Buyer Representation

Today, many real estate agents and companies are offering to represent the buyer in the real estate transaction. From the initial selection of properties, all the way through contract negotiations and settlement, you can now have an agent specifically committed to representing your best interests when buying a home. Consumer advocacy groups have endorsed such representation, and licensing laws in virtually every state are now being reworked to enable and encourage representation for the buyer.

Is Your Agent Working For You?

The Real Estate BUYER’S AGENT Council, the nation’s oldest and largest association of real estate practitioners addressing all aspect of consumer representation in the real estate transaction, has established a criterion for excellence in buyer representation…

The “Accredited Buyer Representative” Designation.

To attain this designation, a real estate practitioner must complete an extensive classroom training program on buyer agency practices and procedures, pass a written examination and submit evidence of practical experience as a buyer’s representative.

Put An Experienced Buyer Representative To Work For You

Sellers list their homes with real estate agents to assure professional representation throughout the home selling process. As a buyer, you deserve the same kind of representation.