As some of you may know, I first became a real estate agent in Florida in 2014, and I have had my North Carolina real estate license since 2017. I have enjoyed working with clients as an agent, and I am very excited to transition into a position as a referral specialist.
As a licensed real estate referral specialist, I will be focusing on guiding clients to the best licensed real estate agent, based on each clients unique circumstances. Through my blog and social media, I will also provide information on other real estate transaction process options, such as iBuyer services and selling a home as a ‘for sale by owner’.
A licensed real estate referral agent refers clients to the best available agent for completing the home buying or selling process.
Thus, I work now be working a little differently than I previously did. Rather than only serving the Charlotte Metro / Lake Norman area market, I can help you buy or sell real estate ANYWHERE in the U.S.! I am affiliated as a relocation specialist with Realty Connect, which gives me access to a network of over 25,000 top-rated agents serving every zip code in all 50 states. I also have my own network of agents in select areas that I have developed over the past several years, to whom I can refer clients to. While my network is nationwide, my focus is the southeastern portion of the US. So, instead of helping you buy or sell a home personally, I will perform a Home Essentials Analysis to help you find the best real estate agent to complete your home buying or selling process. I will match you up with up to 3 top local agents who specialize in the market you are interested in, without any cost, pressure, or obligation. My service is fast, easy & 100% FREE to my clients.
I would appreciate the opportunity to earn your business and help you discover the best way to achieve your real estate goals.
If you have any questions about what I do as a referral real estate agent, feel free to leave them in the comments below.
Top photo: Primarily, I refer clients in the southeast US, between Virginia and Florida. Photo: Miami, Fl.