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Tigermathur, Renter in Pleasanton, CA

Seeking new home agent in east bay

Asked by Tigermathur, Pleasanton, CA Tue Feb 26, 2013


I am looking for an agent to help me negotiate for buying a new home in the East Bay.
Pls contact me immediately.

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Hi Tigermathur,

You are making a wise choice in seeking out professional representation. Please review the following and contact me if you feel so inclined to do so.

"Why You Do Need a Realtor® When Buying From a Builder"

1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Feb 26, 2013
We recently moved to a new home in Dublin and we used Sheri Platter from Keller-Williams. She is an excellent agent. Very detailed oriented, proactive, professional and the ability to handle and address issues if or when they occur in the buying/selling process. She did an incredible job in staging/marketing/selling our home and representing us as a buyer. She is located at the Pleasanton office 925.397.4200.

0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Apr 18, 2013
Hi TigerMathur,

I have recently (Within 2 weeks) registered at least 10 clients in Dublin, Milpitas, Livermore.

Dublin has the most new communities at DR Horton, Standard Pacific (Piazza and Castello), Taylor Morrison, KB homes, Brookfield Homes Winwood and Mariposa at Jordan Ranch. Believe me, all the builders are increasing their prices $25-30K every two weeks in some cases.

Dr Horton prices were the most reasonable in that area and the demand was very high. The builder is using that demand to their advantage and raising the prices more than the other builders in the area.

Make sure you take an agent with you so they can register you there. If you have not registered at other sales offices, please take advantage of what your agent can provide you and register with an agent. The builder will pay your agent a commission so it costs you nothing.

I give my buyers a lot of inside scoop on how much the homes are going up in each phase, what the whole neighborhood resale homes are going for and if it makes sense to buy in that development. By getting an agent you have a lot to gain and nothing to lose.

I would be happy to help you.

Meena GUjral
Achievers Realty
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 27, 2013

Thumbs-up to Lowell !

Your first and most important step is to nail down what you can financially accomplish. You MAY need to improve your credit score, increase cash reserves, etc. before buying - you do not want to find this out after you have entered contract!

For more details see http://www.Steven-Anthony.com/GettingStarted
"Retail Banks vs. Mortgage Broker/Bankers"

0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 27, 2013
Hi Tigermathur,

It's a wise decision to have a realtor with you when you are buying a new home.
Will be happy to help you.

Priya Viswa, MS
REALTOR®, Associate Broker
Century 21 M&M and Associates
Mobile: (408) 707-8170
Email: pviswa@c21mm.com
Website: http://www.priyaviswa.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Feb 26, 2013
I'd be happy assist you, give me a call at (925) 480-7183 so we can discuss what your looking for. My team takes a lot of listings in the Tri Valley, so it's possible we may have something that may interest you.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Feb 26, 2013
Hi tigermathur,

I would be happy to help you. Please call me at (510) 789-9824 to discuss your real estate needs.


Ashley Carrillo
DRE 01900059
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Feb 26, 2013
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