I am a Realtor who specializes in Castle Rock, Castle Pines, & Parker CO. I have lived here for a number of years and am aware of many issues/concerns which may arise during a real estate transaction. Having an Agent who knows the local area is KEY for Buyers and Sellers. For example - Why do taxes & HOA fees vary significantly? What are the various pros and cons of the different subdivisions? What about schools, growth areas, proper pricing to sell your property and much more. Brokers not familiar with this area will not be familiar with our local market. The Denver area is a very different market from Douglas County. (I know I lived in Denver for 15 years).
Sellers: I use state-of-the-art technology to market your property for the most amount of exposure. More exposure leads to more Buyers viewing your property which leads to more Buyers who might write a contract. Call me and let's discuss.
Buyers: Sellers pay for Buyer Agent fees to represent you as a Buyer in a transaction in Colorado. And typically you cannot negotiate a better price by representing yourself. For more information, see the home page on my website.
YES - You should always be represented by a Buyer Agent in Colorado. That service is paid by the Seller, NOT the Buyer in Colorado.
YES - You should have a broker if you are buying from a builder.
About me: I have been involved with real estate, fix & flips, fix & holds, construction projects, construction management, purchasing my own investment properties, and managing properties for over 20 years.
My goal is to provide quality service and solid advice to each of my clients, so they can make well informed decisions. With that, they should be able to achieve the best deal with the best anticipated outcome at that time. I enjoy tapping into my CEO skill sets to help my clients at very critical points in their lives.
I have 2 main real estate websites with Homes for sale in Castle Rock Colorado. Forget Zillow and Trulia, my web sites use an IDX feed from the Brokers MLS data Base,