Greater Raleigh Real Estate, Inc.

Greater Raleigh Real Estate, Inc.'s Blog
05/08/2017

Are You New to North Carolina?

New folks move to North Carolina - seemingly daily. So - how do you choose a real estate broker?

Notice - I said Real Estate Broker - Not Realtor. A Realtor must be in a Broker (in NC), but all brokers may NOT be a member of the National Association of Realtors.

Among the stampede of newcomers are people who are new to the real estate industry. Perhaps s/he has purchased a property before (or not). So - wouldn't you want to take your time and interview the person who will help you make one of the biggest purchases ever?

Yes - referrals are nice. But know this: a referral usually costs the Buyer (or Listing Agent) a portion of their commission. So - the work performed on behalf of the referring person may have been more generous - and different. 

Not necessarily lackluster. Just - different.

BTW: Are you asking about experience? Is s/he working in a team? Will the same Buyer Agent who shows you the property be the same person with you throughout the entire purchasing process?

Maybe - you should ask....

Venita 

 

 

As of today all of our listings have sold or are under contract. What might surprise you about real estate is how different Buyers and Sellers may think!

Your most expensive purchase could best be served by having at least ONE licensed professional on your side! If you are a buyer or seller near the Triangle (Raleigh, Durham or Chapel Hill), Eastern NC or near Sanford, looking to relocate to our area, we are happy to assist you! Real estate is one of the largest and most exciting investments one can make. We are here to insure that your process is both fun and rewarding! 

Working with us means IT'S ALL ABOUT YOU!

Venita Peyton, Broker in Charge, Notary

GRI (Graduate, Realtor Institute, SFR (Short Sales and Foreclosures), MPA (Master's in Public Administration - North Carolina State University)

Office (919) 834-3272
Office: (919) 441-1778