Not to list or sell the most, but to do the most we can for our sellers.
Not to appear the best, but simply to do our very best for you the customer. No
excuses - just hard work, integrity, and superior service.
Our Pledge of
Service to Sellers: We will work for you as professional, full time
Realtors by responding to your needs in a timely manner and endeavoring to make
the process of selling your home a smooth and pleasant experience.
Your House We Will:
your listing to two different Multiple Listing Services for the following communities: Port Charlotte,
Punta Gorda, North Port, Englewood, and Venice.
extensive internet exposure through a variety of Web Sites, including
www.gulfcoast-homes.com, www.theBrys.com, realtor.com,
Full Laser Color brochures and make them available in an information
tube on the yard sign, checking it on a regular basis and keeping it
Advertise your property with a local Homes Magazine throughout the entire listing period with us.
- Promote your
home through MASS E-MAIL Brochures via HOMECASTER
of active buyers that have requested information on Florida homes on several
your house to other agents through the use of MASS
E-MAIL BROCHURES, direct mailing of flyers to targeted
your house to everyone both personally and professionally.
- Hold OPEN
HOUSES if you so desire.
Your House We Will:
- Consider all
serious prospective buyers, qualify them in advance and counseling them in
every possible financial alternative.
- Follow-up on
all showings on your home and give you feedback in a timely manner.
- Submit all
offers to you on your property and negotiate the best possible
To Keep You
INFORMED We Will:
- Notify you
in advance of any requests to show your house.
- Provide you
with a written copy of any documents you may sign and explain them where
you to the settlement, guiding you through the entire process.
|REAL ESTATE TRIVIA
What famous example of post-colonial architecture is modeled after the palace of the Duke of Leinster in Ireland?
||The White House in Washington, D.C., begun in 1792 and burned by the British in 1814, was rebuilt in 1818 and restored in 1951.
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