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A.A. Green Realty, Inc. is dedicated to providing its customers and clients with trustworthy service that is professional, courteous, and responsive in helping them to market their property. Customer loyalty, aggressive marketing, and expert personnel are the cornerstones of our business.
Since 1975 homeowners throughout northwest Ohio have placed their trust in A.A. Green Realty, Inc. when buying, selling, or building their homes. Our commitment to providing superior service has made us one of the fastest growing real estate brokerages in northwest Ohio.
Recent years have seen a revolution in the marketing of real estate, and this decade and beyond will prove to be no different. It is our goal to stay ahead of these techniques and provide you with the highest level of service possible to earn your respect and loyalty.
Maggie stayed positive, optimistic, excited/energetic interested and informative despite my lengthy tenure looking to purchase my first home. Maggie made herself available at anytime and with short notice, stayed in close contact and returned all messages quickly. Maggie earned my respect and I regard her as a close friend. Maggie made the experience fun and a great learning experience. Keep up the good work Maggie!!
Thanks, Pete Sokoloski to Maggie Schwind, AA Green Realty, Inc.
I would like to thank Wendy Headley for helping me find my first home. She explained the process of purchasing a home as well as each detail of the homes we toured. Each and every question I asked was answered. I will always be grateful to Wendy and the A.A. Green staff for making this purchase a joyful experience.
Sincerely, Betsy Riker to Wendy Headley, AA Green Realty, Inc.
I have dealt with many, many Realtors over the past 2 1/2 years trying to sell my house on Devonshire; my recent experience with you was far and away the best. Again, thanks for all your help; your efforts were much appreciated.
Sincerely, Tom Vogtsberger to Maggie Schwind, AA Green Realty, Inc.
Tiffany did an excellent job communicating with everyone involved in the purchase of my new home to make the whole experience go very smooth. She worked around my schedule and was very quick to answer any question I had. I was extremely satisfied with my experience and would highly recommend Tiffany to all my friends and family!
Pam Hunker to AA Green Realty, Inc. for Tiffany Genson
About Tim Westhoven:
"Tim was so attentive throughout this process. We are recommending him to anyone interested in Buying/Selling!! Tim Rocks!"
"Went out of his way to find answers to all of my questions. He gave a lot of time to my husband and I"
"I fell like Tim went above his required services to help us find the house we have today. Tim was outstanding! We were truly lucky to have him on our side".
"Tim is awesome! He explained everything well, helped us think things through. All this showed he cared. We felt as if we were working with a friend or family. We will miss talking to him every few days".
Josh and Lori Crawford
Your home is being marketed actively, and your agent has just called to say a contract has been written. That's the good news. The bad news is the offer is not for full price. Should your response be a flat NO?
It should not. The best response property owners can give their agent is "Give us the details of the offer. Explain both the 'pros' and 'cons' to us. We'll consider the offer carefully, then give you our decision."
Keep in mind that the perfect buyer has yet to be encountered. That would be the person who offers full price, for cash, agrees to close the purchase in 24 hours, and allows the sellers a year rent-free to get moved.
Virtually every purchase offer requires some compromise on the part of both sellers and buyers. Perhaps the buyers offer a lower price, but agree to pay all closing costs, giving the seller more cash at closing than expected.
The sellers may offer to vacate their home before closing to accommodate a relocating family, in exchange for receiving a small premium for the property.
Each offer warrants strong consideration. What appears less than desirable on the surface, may yield a better than expected result. Your real estate agent is experienced in the analysis of buyer offers. To make an informed decision, ask your agent for a complete explanation of all offers received.
As children, we are taught to be polite, to be respectful, and to "do unto others..." As adults, planning to buy a home, there are also some basic rules of etiquette.
Buying a home is not a simple act, but a process involving a variety of actions. The first step is to select an agent to help locate your next home. Visit the agent at the real estate office and explain your home buying objectives. This allows the agent to learn more about your plans and expectations, and can result in a smooth and exciting home purchase.
Once the agent has identified homes to show, allow yourself time to see them without rushing. Be on time for your appointment, and let the agent do the driving. It takes concentration and focus to locate the right home. By allowing the agent to be the tour leader, you will be free to inspect, examine, and absorb all the features and benefits of the homes you see.
Take only the decision makers in your family when you look at homes. It can be distracting when aunts, uncles, parents, and children are included in the initial search. There will be plenty of time later to introduce your choice to them.
The greatest challenge faced by the agent can be learning to see homes through your eyes. Be open and share your thoughts as you see each home. The agent will convert your feedback into a more suitable array of home choices, shortening the search and making it more rewarding.
Finally, be prepared to disclose complete and accurate financial information to the mortgage lending officer. Your loan application can then be processed more efficiently, resulting in an early loan approval.