REAL ESTATE BROKER & ATTORNEY
I was first licensed as a Real Estate Salesperson in 1979 and later licensed as a BROKER.
A salesperson works UNDER the supervison and authority of a BROKER.
WHY USE ME?
While I do list properties for sale, I enjoy representing BUYERS who generally pay me NOTHING!!!
Who pays me? The SELLER pays my commission.
Example: assume Mary is selling her home for $200,000 and has agreed to pay a 6% commission to the listing realtor. If the home sells at this price, the fee paid to the listing realtor is $12,000.
The listing realtor splits this fee with the "buyers BROKER".
Under this example, the buyer pays NOTHING. THE SELLER IS PAYING THE BUYERS BROKER!!!
If you are a "buyer", you could use the services of a real estate "salesperson", or you could use the services of a real estate "Broker". BUT if it costs you NOTHING, why use a "salesperson" when you could use a BROKER who is also an ATTORNEY?
Remember, a "salesperson" works UNDER the supervision and authority of a Broker.
Ask the next real estate person you speak with:
Are you a "salesperson"?
Are you a broker?
Are you an attorney?
THEN DECIDE WHO YOU WANT IN YOUR CORNER!
(License No. 01848096)