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Published on Apr 18, 2014
Delray Beach Realtor Dale Gruber http://www.secflrealestate.com has a great reputation after 15 years as a Delray Beach realtor, he believes the following: Always in Touch Good communication is the cornerstone of any successful relationship. You can count on me to provide you with the information you need on a schedule and in a manner that suits you best, and you will always have 24x7 access to a wealth of online resources through your private Web page. If need be, you can get in touch with me day or night via e-mail or cell phone. Someone you can trust. The most important thing when choosing a real estate professional is to find someone you can trust. I have a history of success and integrity in real estate that you can depend on. I am an experienced negotiator with expert knowledge of the local market. You can count on me to always work with your interests in mind, and to represent you and your wishes to the best of my ability.
Here are five tips on how to be a good realtor from Tony Mandarich that I try to follow. "1. Find a realtor that knows the area. There are many realtors who have no idea about the area they are selling. They are not familiar with the neighborhood, territory, the pros and cons making it difficult for the realtor to provide a true insight regarding a certain region. Many realtors did not grow up in the area they are showing, and relay generic information you are able to discover yourself online. Therefore, find a realtor that grew up and/or lives in the same area. A realtor active in the community you desire to live is able to supply ample knowledge regarding traffic, driving routes, if the area is suitable for kids, schooling system, parking, shopping, etc... 2. Verify the realtor's reputation. No matter if you are searching for commercial or residential real estate, you should verify the realtor is in good standing with the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Also, check the local chapter of the NAR ensuring the realtor is legitimate, doesn't have any negative marks against him/her, and is a stand-up real estate agent. You do not wish to begin your home search without this essential step done first. In addition, ask for references. Ask to speak with past clients. If the realtor is successful, then it should not be a problem to ask past buyers/sellers regarding a specific agent. 3. Choose a realtor with internet, mobile and interactive communication capabilities. Realtors today utilize the internet, cell phones, emails, and other various accessible devices. You do not wish to be limited during your search. Searching for a home takes time and money. Thus, choose a realtor that uses all methods of communication. For if you are out of town and do not wish to put a halt to the house hunting, then a realtor capable of sending you interactive video, photos, listings, etc...directly to your email and/or cell phone is key to the progression of the search. 4. Find a realtor that is a MLS user. MLS stands for Multiple Listing Service (MLS). It is a tool real estate professionals use to find residential and commercial locations for clients. MLS is able to breakdown searches by school districts, cities, zip codes, streets and more. You are able to make it as detailed or as a broad of a search as you like and MLS helps you achieve this goal. 5. Choose a realtor that is accessible to you even when appointments aren't scheduled. It is a tough market for realtors right now and for a realtor to remain on top, then he/she should be accessible via cell phone during reasonable hours of the day and/or early evening. Every realtor wishing to be the best at what they do understands it is imperative to be reachable after 5 P.M. Thus, find a realtor compatible with your hours and make sure he/she is able to be reached even if not during traditional bank hours." Call me Dale Gruber Delray Beach Realtor (954) 309-2911 I am always at your service. http://www.secflrealestate.com