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Contacting a real estate agent is never too early to get started. Whether you are considering buying or selling, pre-approving and getting ready for the process, or just need help deciding how best to prepare your home for sale – an experienced agent can provide guidance at any stage of your journey.

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Stacy Burgin
Stacy Burgin is a well-respected and requested real estate agent, well-known for her integrity and total dedication to her clients. She has represented both sides of a transaction and she is comfortable dealing with her clients, whether they are the buyer or the seller of a property.
Hannah Smith
If you are in the process of buying, selling or renting a property. Get the help finding the right home, pricing and selling a home, contracts and negotiations and more.
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Buying a home without an agent is risky. While it may be possible to save money on commission, trying to navigate the market without expertise could end up costing you more in the long run. Agents act as your expert by giving insights into the local housing market and providing access to information for buyers such as their MLS listings, which provide important data about prices and other relevant factors of homes that are currently listed or soon-to-be listed.

    Terra Point was formed to provide a network of agents for homebuyers and sellers. The company connects customers with qualified local agents that fit their needs by learning more about what they are looking for in the buyer or seller. Terra Point’s Concierge Team helps keep full communication lines open between both parties, ensuring an easy closing process!

    All real estate agents and brokers have an ethical duty to protect the best interest of their clients.  They must also adhere to a code of ethics.  However, this doesn’t mean that all agents or broker will. A good reputation is usually the most powerful tool in an agent’s arsenal as well; therefore, it makes sense that those who do work hard on behalf of their clients would want others to trust them more than those who give jobs without any regard at times.

    Contacting a real estate agent is never too early to get started. Whether you are considering buying or selling, pre-approving and getting ready for the process, or just need help deciding how best to prepare.

    If you’re buying or selling:

    • How long have you been an agent?
    • Are you a part-time or full-time agent?
    • How long have you been an agent?
    • How well do you know the area?
    • Can you provide references?
    • What is your current availability?
    • Will I be working directly with you or do you have a team?

    If you’re buying:

    • What is your plan for helping me find a home?
    • How long does it usually take your clients to find a home?
    • Do you have lenders, inspectors, appraisers, and title companies that you have relationships with?

    If you’re selling:

    • What is your plan for helping me sell my home?
    • How long does it typically take you to sell a home?
    • How many homes have you sold that are priced similarly to mine?
    • How do you price homes?