You + My Focus = Greater Success
Them + Too Many Clients = Mistakes Made
You, or someone you know, may have had a bad experience with a real estate agent. Think about why that may be. The number one reason I believe these bad experiences happen is that the realtor was not focused. They were spread too thin and taking shortcuts to accomplish the enormous workload. Say goodbye to that experience and say hello to being the center of my attention.
You've Seen The Signs
Our signs are everywhere and for good reason. While I focus on a few clients, I’m being mentored by the # 1 agent in Putnam County for 2017 (Eric Wolfe). When you choose to work with me you receive a packaged deal of my focus and his expertise.
Marketing and Drones
My background is in Digital Marketing and that helps me market your property better than any other agent could dream. I drive online traffic to my website to find the right buyer for your listing. I’m also a licensed drone pilot and include drone services for free (You can even fly it). If you’re listing a unique or high value property then I’m the only agent that knows how to get it in front of the perfect buyer online.
My clients are quickly added to my speed dial. I will never take on more than I can handle because my reputation is made on giving each client 100% of my effort. If you’re deciding on an agent make sure to ask them how many clients they’re working with and what their average day on market is. I can guarantee I have them beat on both. My focus is my promise to you.
Don’t Take My Word. I Have Proof.
Vince has done an outstanding job so far! He is eager to help anyone buy or sell a house, and works really hard for them. He brings some unique technology skills to the process that give him an edge with clients. Also, he has a great website he designed to help his clients!Eric Wolfe
The Reviews Are In. Ready to Join?
You’ve seen all the reviews now. Are you ready to join the list of satisfied clients who were FOCUSED on? Call or text right now at 765 530 2003 to get started. Want to email instead? No problem scroll down past the map and use the contact form.