Best agent in Ottawa

So what is a good Real Estate professional? That’s what a lot of people want to know. From what I heard today a good Real Estate professional in Ottawa does a lot of things people expect of a professional person. Seems simple and straightforward, but apparently not. A good Real Estate professionals must produce sound research on a property and community that demonstrates expertise. The research is produced in a manner that is tangible and easy to understand. It is backed up with example and with conviction. The research shows a depth of knowledge on the subject and can show proof of results.
The best Real Estate professional in Ottawa shows commitment beyond personal interest. The Real Estate professional wants to understand the motivation of the seller and projects and understanding or the eventual buyer. The ability to project how a house will show best is extremely important. The skill to suggest staging, and maximum return for dollar invested if a bonus that makes a Real Estate professional stand above others. The public reputation of a Real Estate professional is not the most important, but the desire to respond to the clients needs is very important.
Communication with the client in an honest way but also to fluff up the difficult to hear news is just a requirement of the best Real Estate professional in Ottawa. The need to understand the needs of a client on a deeper level are so important to making people happy. Buying and selling is just not enough. Its helping people through difficult decisions in a detached but strategic way is just so important. We all need guidance and help from someone who is self assured and focused on our best interests shows professionalism.
The ability to answer difficult questions that make us feel uneasy is a mark of dedication to self improvement. What is the commission charge? Should I sell myself? Should I list higher or lower? Do I need to list with the most popular Real Estate professional in Ottawa to get the most offers. How many sales have you made this year? How should I prepare my house for sale?
Is an open house a useful marketing strategy? How often do you communicate with me the seller? Will you be available when I want your help? These are the questions I ask my self when I pledge to work for a seller. Please ask these question of your Real Estate professional before you hire them.
Although Real Estate professionals are in business they build their reputations on answering these questions in a way that satisfies both buyers and sellers.

Thoughtful Agent in Ottawa Speaks Out

REAL Estate professionals have the duty to inform the people of their services and to discuss agency relationships. We have to do this so that people don’t inadvertntly tell us information about their buying or selling needs and discover this is used to to impoverish their situation. We have the duty of representing our clients so that they have current, inside knowledge when they make the decision to purchase.

I treat everyone with the same dedication. At some point early in the visiting of houses I ask clients to make an informed choice as to which Real Estate Professional they choose to work with. It is only when a Buyer contract is signed that the client is considered by real estate people as having engaged a Real Estate Professional to work for them.

Real estate professionals must complete several legal forms when an offer to purchase a house is presented to a selling office. Each of the forms contain affirmations that the buyer has chosen to be represented by a specific Real Estate Professional and office. I find the public is shy of this and as such its often undisclosed untill much later in the process. In my buyer package, not only do I provide maps and lots of useful information, I provide copies of these forms, and I provide a “termination of buyer agency” so there is “a way out” for the buyer should they feel ill at ease. But my Buyers have never needed to use the form I’m pleased to say. So.. there is no specific etiquette. You work with whom you wish. There may be several people at least in the beginning. However the more time a Real Estate Professional spends with an uncomitted client, the more time they’ve invest, the more they are disappointed when they are finaly told if they are in fact told there was another unknown agent also working with the same client. Experienced Real Estate Professionals will often make a conscious decision to avoid Buyers who are not ready to move forward on the paperwork. I’t’s all about making decisions; making the best use of time, the best use of expertise and a personal fit.

Spring is a great time to relocate. Did you know that the real estate cycle has two peaks per calendar year. Generally speaking, one wave occurs in the spring and a second occurs in the fall with the earlier wave being larger in volume with more homes for sale and more buyers. The second wave is still strong but there are fewer of both buyers and sellers and it is short lived. Everyone wants to be moved into their new home by the summer hollidays. Of course at this time, the house you are looking for; your new home is not yet listed for sale! So now is the time to prepare. Learn about community, about value and price relationship and prepare your finances.

I like the areas you are focusing on as potential neighbourhoods. They are dynamic with good infrastructure and special features like mature homes and trees not to mention higher values and this alone may be a valuable. Wealth likes to live with wealth. There is an element of security in this paradigm. Specialty groups seek secure areas.

I’d like to set up an automatic search for you according your criteria. I’ll select the areas you just mentioned. At first you will receive 20 to 40 properties but after you will be notified as properties are sold and new listings will pop up week by week. If you see a specific property tell me and I’ll send detailed info. If you wish to stop the service you have the ability to remove your address. By the way, when the time comes I have the ability to search back into provincial archives to view the complete history and current assesment of a property and to search by block to compare current values. This is helpful when bargaining to know as much or more than the seller about their own property.

Best wishes,