• 220 Glacier, Alamogordo, NM
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Knowledgable and Professional

Our team of local experts is ready to guide you through buying or selling process. We are committed to fast, professional and courteous service. Our trained and licensed agents specialize in the Alamogordo area real estate market and are prepared to help you succeed in your real estate experience, be it buying or selling.

Selling Property

Buying Property

Market Analysis

Foreclosure Specialist

Investment Properties

8 Things a Real Estate Agent Can Do For you

1. Price The Property Correctly
Understanding how to price a property is one of an agent’s most valuable skills. Pricing property so that it is in the "sweet spot" of being priced to move but not priced too low or high requires knowledge of many variables in a specific market at a specific time. Markets change. Plus, an exceptional real estate agent will avoid saying what will make sellers happy in order to get the listing.

2. Marketing A Property
Marketing is one area where your Real Estate agent should shine. The photography on your home is absolutely one of essential elements in selling homes today. An good agent is internet savvy and comfortable using all the methods of digial marketing at their disposal. Bad photos and not photos will cripple your chances for selling. Investing in a quality Real Estate agent who understands how crucial the marketing is will reap substantial benefits.

3. Communicate Properly
A seller needs to know what is going on with the sale of their home. Real Estate agents should regularly update their customers on the feedback from showings and about anything else that may concern them. Even if there are no offers, keeping in touch lets a seller know that you are doing something – and worth paying for.

4. Make Sure The Buyer is Qualified
Anybody can say they are interested in buying a house. Not everyone can get pre-approval for a home loan, though. A good listing agent will make sure that buyers are pre-approved – not just pre-qualified. There is a big difference between mortgage pre-qualification and pre-approval. Pre-qualification does not include an analysis of the buyer’s credit report, verify income, or employment, which will be key factors in whether they can get a mortgage.<
5. Negotiate The Best Terms
The best agents will go out of their way to fight hard for the best terms and conditions for their clients. Real Estate agents who advocate for their clients are always striving for the best possible terms for the transaction. They have the negotiation skills necessary to get the job done right.

6. Attend The Home Inspection to Represent The Seller
By being at the inspection, the agent gets to hear all the feedback from the inspector first-hand. The agent can keep track of everything that is said and keep things in perspective should the buyer ask for concessions based on the inspection. When a sellers agent is there and can see everything in person, they can protect a seller from unreasonable requests.

7. Attend The Home Appraisal
This enables the agent to answer the questions the appraiser has and make sure they understand the facts about the home. Appraisers may need feedback from someone who knows the house to do their job. Your Real Estate agent should be there to help clarify any confusion. In many instances, your Realtor will be the best qualified to answer an appraiser’s questions.

8. Finalize Loose Ends For Closing
Selling a house involves a lot of work. There are so many little details that must be taken care of, which is one of the big selling points for your services. As the closing draws near, you will need to take care of all the loose ends for your client.