I am looking for an agent out there that is willing to keep on top of the local market and help me close a good deal on a couple of property types.

Asked by realtor.com, Indialantic, FL Sun Nov 18, 2012

I am ready to buy but am thoroughly disgusted with this local beach market, and with constantly finding properties that look good only to see them listed as contingent. often before they show up on realtor.com. It appears that corporate pros, (and I hear big companies), are buying the good stuff up leaving only leftovers for the bottom feeder folks like me. If you are willing to work for your commission and keep on top of the market and find me a good deal when it arrives, you can make a sale. Anyone up for this?

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Barb Mihalik, Agent, Merritt Island, FL
Mon Jan 14, 2013
Hello...I am a full time agent with the largest RE/MAX franchise in Brevard County. I have a true passion for matching buyers with the right properties. I can understand your frustration with finding beachside investments. I have several methods I use for finding "real time" properties including pre-forecloosures and REO's. I also use a very unique approach that I've developed for just your type of situation. If you would like to further discuss, please give me a call at 321-292-1884.

Barb Mihalik
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Larry Flecki…, Agent, cocoa, FL
Mon Nov 19, 2012
Hello,
I applaud your approach to finding a good realtor...If you are looking for FULL TIME an agent with 20+ years of experience selling homes in Brevard County and who will tell you the truth about what is happening to YOUR good deals and how YOU can make a GREAT BUY in this market, give me a call at 321-252-9767. Here is a short video that may help you find a good deal.... http://brevardhomesales.com/7-steps-to-buying-a-foreclosure
Talk to you soon,
Larry & Karen Fleckinger
HouseMax Pro
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Stephen McRo…, Mortgage Broker Or Lender, Tampa, FL
Sun Nov 18, 2012
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Mortgage Broker responds:

Follow my instructions carefully and you'll greatly improve your chances to get your overall best deal

1. Deposit at least 5% to 10% of the sales price range in an Attorney's Title Co. and obtain an Escrow Letter

2. If you need a loan, contact me and I'll give you a Pre-Qualification Letter

3. Contact one of my realtor partners who will put you on an Auto Email Alert as properties hit the MLS. They'll set you up to receive the actual MLS "BROKER SYNOPSIS" with the listing agent's contact info, names, phone numbers, emails and what commission the property pays in the bottom section of the page VS. the generic "Client Synopsis" that buyer’s agents usually send with that section is covered with the Buyer's Agent's info/advertisement.

4. Have your Escrow Letter and Pre-Qualification Letters ready, so as soon as you see something you like you can quickly email the letters to the listing agent and your buyer’s agent simultaneously. This will separate you form the rest of the pack and shows you’re a serious buyer that is ready to close quickly!

5. My realtor partner will then arrange for entry to the property, and if you like it, they’ll help you negotiate your best deal

6. In addition, on any property over $140,000, my realtor partners are willing to offer the following REALTOR REBATE examples:

$150,000 up to $1,500 rebate
$200,000 up to $2,500 rebate
$250,000 up to $3,500 rebate
$300,000 up to $5,000 rebate
$400,000 up to $8,000 rebate
$500,000 up to $10,000 rebate

REALTOR REBATE CAN BE USED TO:
pay for Closing Costs
pay for Attorney Representation for Buyer
pay for Rate Reduction to desired rate of: 2.375%
pay for Home Depot, Lowes, Best Buy Gift Card
pay for Home Warranty
pay for Home Improvement / Repairs
pay for Debt payoff
pay for Moving Company
pay towards down payment (on certain programs)
pay for the 1st full year of home ins.
pay for taxes and ins. escrows
pay for home repairs
pay off credit card debt and auto loans
pay off collections and judgments
pay to lower the sales price
pay for new furniture
pay to upgrade all new appliances
pay for home remodeling and additions
pay to have home painted
pay for weekly pool maintenance
pay for credit repair
pay for landscaping
pay for monthly lawn care
pay for new A/C system
…and/or even pay prior realtor for their efforts

NOTE: consumers should shop lenders and realtors for their Best Overall Deal.

Florida Realtor Rebates: click here to view Google search (3,000,000 plus results)
http://www.google.com/#hl=en&tbo=d&sclient=psy-ab&am…

The Florida Real Estate Commission(FREC) Rule 61J2-10.028 (2) provides that a licensee may share brokerage compensation with a party to a transaction as long as full disclosure is given to all interested parties.

US Dept. of Justice Consumer Alert: Consumers Can Save Thousands of Dollars in Commissions
http://www.justice.gov/atr/public/real_estate/florida.html
http://www.justice.gov/atr/public/real_estate/commission-tab…

Contact me and I’ll introduce you to realtors who offer Realtor Rebate savings anywhere in FL.

Steve McRory

Pro Option Mortgage

http://www.pro-option.com

steve@pro-option.com

Ph: 888 662 4404

Prior Service U.S. Marine Corps

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