Real estate home buying and selling failsafe measures

Trust, it’s a word that’s thrown around by salespeople along with honesty hard-working, and other words that are self-grandizing.

One of the things that I really think about often, all the ways to not be like the worldview of sales people.

 One of the things that strikes me as being different is someone that talks about how to keep safe when dealing with the world of salespeople.

I was a Los Angeles police officer for a very long time. Some would say I’m more police officer than real estate agent.

I don’t mind that. In fact, when we bought our first home, we were taking advantage of to the hilt.

The real estate agent we hired not only steered us away from purchasing new housing, but he also did a good job trying to keep his relationship with the seller of the home we were buying a secret.

That does nobody any good. Those kind of games should not exist in the world of real estate. Those kind of games should not exist.

When you’re buying something that costs hundreds of thousands of dollars, takes 30 years to pay off, and is dependent on at least 10 different entities to buy, those games should not be played by anyone on the field.

I’m Connor I am a Remax realtor here at Re/Max Valencia located in the Santa Clarita Valley serving greater Los Angeles cities and all of Southern California.

I look forward to being your residential real estate advocate.

I want to help you. Reach out to me the phone number at the top of our Re/Max Valencia blog. And we will talk to you soon.

Short Sales as an investment strategy

Santa Clarita real estate radioEnjoy today’s real estate radio show produced by Connor MacIvor with REMAX of Valencia. We serve the Southern California areas and Greater Los Angeles City.

Today we spoke about the investment strategy related to using short sales as your preferred method of real estate procurement.

It may be the best thing you have ever done, but could also be something that is going to cost you more money in the end than a standard sale would have penciled out to cost.

The most important takeaway from today’s real estate radio show is this, make sure you know all the costs before you get too far within the transaction to back out keeping your deposit (EMD – Earnest Money Deposit).

Looking at real estate, even pertaining to those who want to live in the property being purchased, as an investor will serve you well. If you don’t know how to do that, reach out to me and I’ll explain it to you as we do all our clients in our crash course on real estate.

Besides Short Sales, we also look for those which have been approved at a reduced price in the past, where the buyers are not moving forward when the approval happens. These can be stellar deals for our real estate buyer, investors and owner occupants, alike.

We also want to research the Foreclosure Listings, those which may be going to auction or hitting the real estate market as Bank Owned properties.

I’m Connor MacIvor with REMAX of Valencia and I’m glad to be of service. Call me when you are ready to discuss making better investment decisions in real estate. Enjoy today’s show and let me know when you are ready for my assistance.