Attributes of a Good Realtor®

Don't Settle For Less
Big isn't Better--Better is Better!

Experience isn't something taught in a class room or on-line.  It comes from hard work, time and effort.  It's something you gain as you become more proficient in your career.


Remember the old adage "measure twice and cut once"...that's how you become skillful by improving your adeptness.  Focus on an area of expertise and train to be the best.


Knowledge isn't just academic but also harvested from life.  Knowledge you gain from everyday experiences, the people you meet and learn from, failures and successes. 

Key Issues in any Real Estate Transaction
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Don't Sign Anything...

without total understanding of a contract's contents.

"I didn't read it" or "I didn't understand it" will not hold up in a court of law.

Fiduciary Duties

Trust and Prudence

When you enter into a Real Estate contract, as a client, with a Realtor®, that Realtor® owes you very specific duties and must put your interests above their own.

Due Diligence

Before committing to any Agreement of Purchase and Sale you need to do some due diligence on your purchase. Do you fully understand all things that can affect the property you are buying?


Municipal and county By-laws have a huge impact on what you can or can not do on the property you are about to purchase. Do you understand how they affect you personally now and in the future?


Just because you can't see it, doesn't mean it's not there. It is a Seller's responsibility to disclose any defects, particularly those that are known but not obvious.

Buyer Beware

Key components to be aware of in a Buyer Representation Agreement: 1) Geographic Area, 2) Time, 3) Commission.

Seller Beware

Key points in a Listing Agreement that you need to be aware of: 1) Duration, 2) Commission and 3) Insurance.