The choice between building a new home or buying a resale home can be a complicated decision. Depending on what your budget is, your timeline and your long-term plans, it makes sense to have a team working with you to determine which direction is best for you and your family. We listen to you and keep track of your priorities. We are on your side and our goal is to find out exactly what works best for YOU.
There are hundreds of builders who currently service Southwest Florida. We help you match your wants, needs and priorities to the builder that fits. From the style of the home to the flexibility of the upgrades and custom changes, we are with you every step of the way as we navigate through the often-complex world of building a home... especially if you will not be here through the entire project. New construction can be a challenge but when we partner together with you the process can go smoothly and those everyday bumps and issues are easier to handle when our team is here working with you and supporting you through it all.
Selling a Home?
Selling your property should be as enjoyable and painless as possible. We advise you through the entire process including listing, marketing, and negotiating the best possible price, as well as mitigating all related issues to ensure a smooth transaction.
If you set the price too high, your house won’t be picked for viewing, even though it may be much nicer than others in the area. You can tell potential buyers to "Bring me any offer” but if you are priced too high your property simply seems to be too expensive to be considered. If your price is too low, you'll short-change yourself. Your house will sell promptly, yes, but before it has time to find the buyer who would have paid more.
We will find out together the best Listing Price for your property based on the current market!
After your property is under contract, we help you with negotiating; guide you through minefield of potential problems associated with the appraisal, inspection and the financing process, including the often-complicated escrow instructions and wire fraud dangers.