The Brevard County real estate market is one that moves quickly and is best navigated when working with a skilled professional. Whether you’re looking for single-family homes in Viera or oceanfront condos in Indialantic, one thing is true; the BEST homes and condos sell within the first few days of being listed or less. It’s imperative that buyers are armed with a Realtor who constantly monitors and processes real-time data and knows how to negotiate strong, successful offers. We understand what going the extra mile looks like in a real estate transaction. Market conditions throughout Brevard County fluctuate in intensity depending on different seasonal and economic conditions. Sometimes, the market is very competitive. Location is a factor, too. Sometimes a particular market is always competetive and full of other buyers who are also waiting for a similar property. In these instances, it pays to work with a buyers agent who works with your best interest at mind.
Since sellers pay brokerage commissions in Florida real estate transactions, buyers who work with us have the luxury of professional representation at no cost. Our commitment to buyers who choose to work exclusively with us surpasses any standard of service. Our initial consultation usually takes 10 minutes and is designed to establish your search criteria. We can meet at our full-service real estate office in Indialantic, speak over the phone, or even hold an online video conference. Immediately following this brief meeting, your real estate search criteria is entered into our Brevard MLS prospecting system that will reveal matching properties. More importantly, an alert system is created that will notify us and you of any new properties that hit the market matching your criteria.
Financing is an important component to the majority of real estate transactions in Brevard County and it shapes the way a transaction may unfold. It’s a good idea to consult with a Realtor who knows the best local lenders if you’re unsure of what direction to take. Choosing the wrong lender could result in a loan not being funded in time, or the terms of that loan changing after going under contract. Both scenarios could spell disaster for a real estate deal and can easily be avoided. Are you set with financing? Either way, CONTACT US TODAY.