I'm not sure if you will be able to view this graph, but all indications are that sales and prices are starting to move upward in Brecksville. If you are thinking of selling or buying, now may be the time to do so.
If you can't open this or see the chart, call or email me anytime.
Howard Hanna Real Estate
I'd say you have to choose the agent, not the company.
The agent should provide you with a great marketing plan and international exposure, if applicable.
There are many ways to market a luxury/corporate rental property - through relocation companies, Furtune 500 companies and their HR, blogging, all real estate sites, glossy magazines, other brokers network, neighbors and so much more!
You got to really understand what specifically will be done and when, and the most honest agent
should be picked to do this job.
I don't believe in using large corporate outfits as they often limit agent's creativity in marketing.
With the right marketing budget, a good agent will get anything accomplished for you.
Hope this helps,
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
First, you want to make sure it is a reputable company. After all, they will be holding a large amount of money. Second, you will want someone who is responsive, diligent, and willing to explain what they do and the associated costs. If a title company sits on any of the work that they need to do for too long, they could end up slowing down a deal. Third, you want to make sure the fees are not too high. Many of the fees that you pay in a transaction are standard and set by the state, but the escrow fee and title search fees can vary by a few hundred dollars. Many Realtors have established relationships with title companies and can help you through this process.... more