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  • Why Work With Us?

    Wednesday, June 21, 2017   /   by Joe Corbisiero

    Why Work With Us?


    Why Work With Us?

    If you are thinking about buying a home, you should seriously consider working with a "buyer's agent." A buyer's agent works hard to find a home for you, and then represents you in the process of negotiation and (once you have a contract in place) bringing the deal to completion.

    5 great reasons for choosing our team to represent you when buying a home


    Immediate Notification

    1. YOU'RE THE FIRST TO KNOW ABOUT NEW LISTINGS


    Our goal is to inform you about houses matching your criteria the FIRST day they hit the market (sometimes before). We also keep our ear to the ground in hopes of finding out about something before it even hits the market. We consider ourselves truly successful when our buyer is the first buyer to see a listing.

    ? We check every new listing coming on the market to see if it is a match
    ? Then we call you or email you the same day to let you know about the listing
    ? If you're interested in seeing it, we try to move mountains to get you in the same day.
     



    2. A TOP-RANKED TEAM ( TOP 1% ON ZILLOW)


    We are part of one of the leading Real Estate teams in San Diego county, and that means good things for you. We are proud to be a part of Realty One Group, the area's most progressive and exciting real estate brokerage. Over 25o agents in our office. Our company is one of the fastest growing brands in the nation. What does this mean to you? Practically speaking, it means that we find out about new listings (almost every day) before they hit the broader market & have a strong network to find you the home you are looking for, or if selling, getting you the most exposure.
     



    3. HIRE US, AND YOU GET A TEAM WORKING FOR YOU


    The Dream Homes Team SD has 2 buyer specialists, Ivan Valenzuela & Andre Lister, marketing director Alex K, a professional photography & video team, a private staging company,  transaction coordinator Litsa Peters, our preferred lenders, preferred home inspection company, preferred title & escrow company, Business Operator Krystle Marie who oversees the team & is client liason, & team leader & listing specialist Joe Corbisiero. We also have ISA's who's main job is to call day in and day out for buyers's for your home.  We work together to make sure that each transaction is a success. There are many benefits to working with a team, but the most tangible benefit is that there are more agents available to assist you when a critical need arises. Four of us are licenses Real Estate professionals, which means that we can each show properties. If the perfect property comes on the market, chances are that one of us will be able to make time to show it to you right away. 
     

    Quality Control

    4. HIGH QUALITY, SUCCESSFUL TRANSACTION MANAGEMENT


    We provide a high level of service and quality control in our transaction management. Once you actually have a contract on a property, there are many things that need to happen, involving innumerable details. We handle most of these details for you, using carefully crafted checklists and redundant systems so that nothing falls through the cracks. Our systems include quality controlling other parties involved in the transaction (agents, inspectors, lenders, contractors, etc.), since every now and then people get busy and mistakes are made...mistakes that can cost you a lot in money, time, and/or frustration.
     

    Paid for by someone else

    5. YOU DON'T PAY US A DIME


    In most cases, our services are paid for by someone other than you! Residential real estate is a bit unusual in that the buyer's agent is generally paid by the seller (even though the buyer's agent is representing the buyer's interests). The seller hires a "listing agent" to market the home and exclusively represent the seller. If the listing agent procures the buyer, then the listing agent gets the entire commission. If a buyer's agent procures the buyer, then the commission is split between the listing agent and the buyer's agent (usually fifty-fifty). There are some notable exceptions to this explanation. But in most circumstances, it does not cost you any more to use a buyer's agent than if you went straight to the listing agent to inquire about a property. With the former, you get exclusive representation. With the latter, you get no representation. When you think about it, it is an easy decision!