ST PETERSBURG— When it comes to buying or selling your home, it’s in your
best interest to work with an agent that runs a balanced business, working with buyers and sellers
on a regular basis. Over the last 24 months, the Saltwater Ventures Team at RE/MAX All Star has closed on 40 listings and 23 purchases, well exceeding the Pinellas County average!
As a buyer, working with a strong listing team means your agent will know about homes before they even hit the market, giving you an edge in our current sellers’ market, which is highly competitive. One agent in our office got 12 offers in one day on
a new listing! Our team also spends time each and every day calling prospective buyers. It’s possible we can find a home that meets your criteria that’s not even on the market.
As a seller, working with a strong buying team means we can bring you buyers that are pre-qualified and have completed a proper consultation with out team. This means everyone we bring to view your home has indicated your home may be a match thorough
a lengthy conversation, not just a few quick clicks through online photos. We get to know out buyers well, and unlike many agents, don’t just take them to see the homes they ask to see. We actively search for homes that we think will meet their needs
and suggest viewing for them.
Because of our team structure and balanced business, we have closed multiple deals off-market and helped our clients meet their Real Estate Goals with little stress. Call us today to get started on yours! 727-344-9139.
Author: Katie Shoultz
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About Us: Capt. Fernando Sandoval has been buying and selling Real Estate professionally since 2008 and as of this writing holds a Florida Real Estate License. His broker is RE/MAX All Star.
The Saltwater Ventures team at RE/MAX All Star is always available to answer your questions in English or Español. Text or call 727-344-9139 or send us an email.
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