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Mortgage Refinancing, Networking, Real Estate, Renting

Veitengruber Law and the Real Estate Agent: Working Together

On Behalf of Veitengruber Law | Apr 17,2015

As a real estate agent or broker, we know that you are out there on the front lines, day in and day out, attempting to match your clients with the perfect homes, and vice versa. You likely have a multitude of clients at any given time, and you may feel like you're performing a juggling act some days. Since most real estate agents work on a 100% commission basis, we understand JUST how important it is for you to close deals for your customers. Your daily list of responsibilities as a buyer's agent includes meeting with clients to discover what type of home they're looking for, generating suitable lists of potential homes for said clients, working with other agents or brokers to set up viewings, and negotiating on your client's behalf. We also get that sometimes your clients may have more questions than you simply have time to answer. This usually applies to first-time home buyers or those who are financially distressed. This is exactly where we come in. Here at Veitengruber Law, we specialize in helping people who are dealing with some degree of financial difficulty. We give counsel regarding filing for bankruptcy, and we offer foreclosure defense services. How we can most likely help you is by counseling your current and potential clients regarding their upcoming home purchase. When you have a client who has many financial questions about the process of buying a home, we're here to assist. We'll sit down with your client and help them better understand the home buying process. Our expertise covers the following real estate areas:
  • Helping your client understand purchase and sale agreements (mortgage documents)
  • Educating your client about his or her credit score and what that means for their home purchasing ability
  • Attending closings with you and your client for their peace of mind
  • Explaining rental or leasing contracts
  • Helping your client understand complex tax, title and lien issues
We can also help you by taking care of some of the nitty gritty details involved in each and every sale, like title searches, tax appeals, and negotiating with mortgage companies. For the severely distressed home buyer or home owner wishing to sell, we offer services in the areas of:
  • Mortgage refinancing
  • Short sales
  • Foreclosure defense
  • Deed in lieu of foreclosure
  • Bankruptcy
  • Real estate litigation (landlord/tenant disputes)
We take networking very seriously here at Veitengruber Law. We are extremely proud to work with a variety of professionals in order to help our clients and your clients most effectively. Naturally, we love to have solid professionals in our network so that we can also send our clients TO YOU when called for. We have a high number of clients, and many of them are in need of a realtor's help. By working together, our firms can assist more people more efficiently. And by helping our clients, we will also help each other. Please connect with us on LinkedIn, and reach out to us when the time is right.  

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