Bella Verde Realty is the Sponsor for the 6th Annual QCAACF Queen’s College of Guyana Golf Tournament.
This Tournament Benefits Queen’s College and is Always a Great Event and a Fun Time. We have fielded a team and are looking forward to sharing a great day with great folks in Solivita. If you would like to sign up for the Tournament you can do so on line at www.qcaacfgolf.com and at the same time you can also pay for the outing. Questions, please contact the tournament director, Walé Omawale, at 407-414-1577
Advice for Finding a Good Listing Agent
- Word of Mouth. Advertising is great, but the best recommendation is that of a friend or family member. Ask Your Friends for the Recommendation of a Realtor they have used and have had a positive experience with.
- Always Use a Local Realtor, A Realtor who knows the area, knows the clients, and has a good relationship with other local real estate agents. A Realtor who has a local office. A realtor with an out of town office not only does not know the area, but most likely does not have any relationships with other realtors in your neighborhood.
- How local is local? In most towns and communities, agents cover a few towns and districts. If a Realtor comes from too far away, that realtor may not be your best choice.
- Experience Counts. There is No Doubt About It. You need an experienced professional who has sold many homes in your neighborhood. Your home will sell faster with an experienced realtor who can guide you through this process. How? Experienced Realtors have the inside scoop on homes, recent sales, and already have a client base to show your home to.
- Honesty Counts. Choose a Realtor with a personality that works for you. And always choose a realtor that has a reputation for being honest. Like most important life decisions, you likely will have a gut reaction to people and situations. Let your gut be your guide. The Right Listing Agent will most likely be busy, but a Good Agent is Busy for a reason. As Lucille Ball famously said “If you want something done, ask a busy person to do it”.