Why Pick A TEAM Of Professionals Over A Single Agent

Dated: 01/13/2014

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The typical agent is responsible for all aspects of their business including servicing both seller’s and buyer’s needs. This sounds simple enough; until you take a deeper look. This means they would be working with multiple clients at one time and would be solely responsible for ALL of these tasks:

• Writing contracts
• Negotiating contracts
• Meeting with new clients
• Marketing new listings
• Attending closings
• Putting up signs
• Meeting with inspectors & appraisers
• Keeping up with new inventory
• Listing appointments
• Showing homes
• Holding open houses
• Negotiating price reductions

Not a lot of time to become an expert at any one task.

In today’s market the home buying process can be complicated. The Shields Team has broken the home buying process into 3 major categories. In each of these categories, we offer a team member who is specialized in each area.

1) Selling your home
2) Selecting a home for purchase
3) Contract to Close Process

Because customer service is our first priority, we have chosen this team structure which provides the greatest value to our clients. With customer service in mind, we provide you with one contact person during each stage of your home buying process.
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Rayne Price

Holding a BS in Environmental Science, and MA in Education, real estate was not Shields Team Buyer Specialist Rayne Price's first career choice. It was only after encouragement from his wife and a cl....

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