Helping Canadians Buy Southwest Florida Real Estate
I will represent the buyer at no cost to them. I am paid by the seller on a resale transaction and by the developer on a new home community transaction. If you buy a resale property with me, I will help you negotiate the best price, saving you money. If you buy in a new home community, the price is the same whether you are represented by me or not, but I am aware of the potential incentives that may be available that builders don't always tell you about, and I will help you find the best location within the community.
If you do not use a buyers agent to represent you, you have no one else looking out for your best interest in the transaction. Listing agents work for the seller to get the highest price possible on a resale, and a new home community site sale representative works for the best interest of the developers only.
Let me help you understand the market price before making an offer on a resale so you don't over pay. Know your rights as a buyer. Know about real estate taxes, HOA fees, closing cost, home inspections, mortgages, and appreciation potential. Know that there are other available properties in the area that best fit your criteria before you make an offer on a certain property.
Southwest Coast Realty, Inc.
4100 Corporate Square 171 Naples, FL, USA
I love to sell real estate. It's been a passion of mine since 1986. I am so fortunate to be located in one of the best areas in the country, Southwest Florida. I enjoy helping my Canadian clients achieve their goals of buying and selling real estate in our wonderful, beautiful area and I would appreciate the opportunity to help you to!
SINGLE AGENT NOTICE
FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES THAT REAL ESTATE LICENSEES OPERATING AS SINGLE AGENTS DISCLOSE TO BUYERS AND SELLERS THEIR DUTIES.
As a single agent, Southwest Coast Realty, Inc., owe to you the following duties:
1. Dealing honestly and fairly;
5. Full disclosure;
6. Accounting for all funds;
7. Skill, care, and diligence in the transaction;
8. Presenting all offers and counteroffers in a timely manner, unless a party has previously directed the licensee
otherwise in writing; and
9. Disclosing all known facts that materially affect the value of residential real property and are not readily observable.