Buying a home is both an emotional and financial decision.
During the heady time when a buyer first spots a property, he or she may not think through all of the considerations as to whether the home is a smart purchase.
Does it back a busy road? Is it across from a school? Are there structural issues with the property or signs of water damage? Any of these issues can effect potential resale of the home.
An experienced real estate professional can help a buyer navigate these very important issues and ensure their buyer is making an informed, educated decision.
Diane strives to not only find the perfect property for her clients, but to maximize their investment for future appreciation.
DETAILED NEGOTIATION AND DEAL STRUCTURING
Purchasing a home is a complex and intricate process. An experienced agent understands these complexities and can leverage them to their clients’ advantage.
Diane’s knowledge and expertise allows her to expertly navigate the home buying process and negotiate the best deal for her clients.
With a degree from the University of California at Berkeley, Diane’s business savvy and high-level analytical skills are perfect for negotiating and deal structuring.
PURSUASIVE OFFER PRESENTATIONS
Diane works with each client to understand his or her specific circumstances, needs, and financial situation.
Prior to making an offer on a chosen property, Diane has a detailed negotiation and deal-structuring discussion with her clients educating them on what to expect in the process.
SUPERIOR UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONTRACT
A contract, once executed by the buyer and seller, is legally binding on both parties. Understanding every line of the contract is critical.
There are various “contingencies” in the contract, which allow the buyer to cancel or opt-out. Diane educates her buyers about these contract details so they have a clear understanding of their rights and options.
Diane also addresses ways to maximize her buyer’s leverage during the negotiation process such as asking for seller credits or certain personal items to be included in the sale. The best time to negotiate for these items is before the offer is accepted.