The real job description of your real estate agent is hard to find.
Sure, you know that they help you find houses to tour. They open doors for you, talk about neighborhood amenities, and hopefully, share things about owning you may not have thought about.
There’s also negotiation and inspection arrangements, and often, recommending a few different mortgage professionals for you to choose from.
However, the one part of the job we often don’t advertise is probably the most important; that is: emotional support system.
Buying a home can be an incredibly stressful endeavor.
Your dream house may be on the market one second and gone the next. It happens every day.
Amazingly enough, another comes on the market soon enough.
All that touring and liking and offering on listings that may not respond to your offer makes for a rollercoaster of emotions, especially in competitive markets.
Your CENTURY 21 Gavish Real Estate agent understands that homes come and go, money is hard to find, and sometimes mortgages are tough to get.
The dream of home ownership is finicky. It’s all around us, but still elusive for so many.
That a home is hard to find and buy is a very frustrating thing for many Americans. Why can’t we all have the opportunity?
The truth is, we can. The other truth is, it’s not meant for everyone.
We believe though, that for those who are driven to own a home, the process should be enjoyable, a tough pursuit with a very worthwhile reward at the end.
As real estate agents, it’s our job to keep you focus on that goal, to keep you on target. The pitfalls can be deep at times, and sometimes enough to make a family want to stay renters.
We can’t advise you enough to stick with it, especially if you’re financially ready to make the jump.
And when you do make the leap, we promise to be there to guide you all the way down to closing, and into your new home.
If you have questions or concerns about your Las Vegas home search, don’t hesitate to contact CENTURY 21 Gavish Real Estate at 702-255-1145, or email, email@example.com.