• Take you through the process, especially if you have not bought property in the US previously

  • Discuss your requirements, including “must-haves” and “can't-haves”, as well as location and budget

  • Put you in touch with mortgage brokers so you can see exactly what you will be pre-approved for.  This helps enormously when looking at your home purchase budget

  • If you are buying an investment property or second home, and don't live close enough to manage it yourself, put you in touch with property managers who will do that on your behalf

  • If you an overseas buyer, put you in touch with a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in order to make sure you are properly prepared to submit a tax return (which you must do yearly)


  • Expertly market your home through the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and various social media channels

  • Carry out a Comparative Market Analysis to demonstrate how your home compares to recent sales in your immediate neighborhood, as well as looking at how current market trends may affect the sale of your home (e.g. buyers' or sellers' market)

  • Drive the process so that your sale can be achieved to your timeline

  • Profile your property so that it can be marketed to appeal to buyers

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