Because we offer: Human Pricing.
Since a computer will never know if a property sold for a high price because it was marketed well or if another sold for a low price because the foundation was cracked.... all the computer knows is that they both sold. Much the way a computer can't appreciate art, they simply fall short when it comes to evaluation.
We value YOU more than your transaction, and the numbers with which we're most concerned are the ones related to YOUR bottom line - not ours. This is how we have found success, and this is how we will continue to find it.
Agents strong and growing rapidly.
Convient office locations for easier access.
Do they have an assistant or transaction coordinator?
Be very wary of any agent/broker who thinks that they can go it alone, or with the help of just one person! If your property is marketed properly, there is no way that one or two people could handle the amount of showings, emails, calls, offers, and requests, that are going to come pouring in! Something will get lost in the chaos and often it is an offer that moves on to another property.
How do they plan to market your property?
If they don't immediately list off: Property Sign, MLS, Professional Photography, Virtual Video Tour of Property,Personal Website of Property, and Email Campaigns, then you should be running in the other direction. Sure, you can put a sign up and put it on MLS and you will probably get an offer or two but you don't want a couple offers, you want a lot.
Where are they going to syndicate your listing?
If they look confused and mentioned anything about online marketing in the last answer then they don't know what they are doing. Having a property website is not enough. This website needs to be submitted to every real estate website out there. Buyers are no longer going through agents; they are going to sites like Zillow.com and Trulia.com. If your listings aren't on all of these sites buyers won't see your property.
How do they manage their listings?
Do they have a CRM (Customer Relationship Maintenance software)? If they don't then you can be certain their contact list is not as long as it should be, their offers are not monitored as well as they should be, their buyers are not followed up on as often as they should be, and they subsequently will not be able to sell your property for as high as it should be.
What makes them different from the next agent down the line?
Listen to what they say carefully. In real estate everything must be prepared ahead of time. You will be able to tell if they prepared for this conversation based on their answer. If they scramble, and put together a sentence that is weak how do you think they will be at the negotiating table?
During the consultation, we will look at your property and learn more about your goals for selling and suggest improvements that could lift your price.
Taking the time to stage your home for potential buyers is an effective way to make your house stand out against other listings in your area.
Covering everything from targeted email campaigns, social media ads to dynamic re-marketing and paid promotions!
Brochures, Postcards, Flyers and more are professionally designed to increase the effectiveness of your marketing.
Direct access to a team of nationally recognized videographers and drone experts who utilize media in marketing your property.
Pre Marketing - Building a "buzz" prior to actually listing your property on the market to draw in more buyers. We start on day 0, not day 1.
Amidst a burgeoning career in real estate that has already spanned three decades, Andre Pashai is confident that the best part of this business is witnessing the joy in his clients’ eyes when they first realize their dreams of ownership. That moment remains the driving force in his reliable, down-to-earth realty style. He holds nothing higher than the client experience, recognizing with gratitude that the lion’s share of his success is a direct result of word-of-mouth referrals. No marketing approach can compare to the words of a satisfied client.
Andre was 20-years-old when he made the move to the United States in 1979. He spent the majority of the subsequent years in Glendale and the surrounding Sunland/Tujunga neighborhoods, professing discerning knowledge of the Tri-City and Foothills areas including their housing market trends. Andre wasted no time obtaining a business degree while specializing in industrial inventory and material management. Yet, he yearned for a better life, not just for himself, but for those in his community. Thus, he began to apply his gift for artful negotiation to a career in real estate, receiving his license in early 1988.
Over the decades, Andre has worked for major names like Century 21 and RE/MAX as well as smaller independent brokerages. January 2023 will mark his seventh year working to redefine the real estate industry with JohnHart. Since the mid-90s, he’s affectionately been referred to by his peers as “The Duke of Short Sales” due to his penchant for negotiating short sales transactions. His Persian-Armenian background has introduced him to many cultures and he’s even fluent in three languages: Armenian, Farsi, and English.
Community is crucial to Andre, so whenever he’s not going the extra mile for his clients, he’s often giving back through volunteer work. He’s proud to be a 40-year member of the Homenetmen Glendale "Ararat" Chapter, serving in a multitude of capacities from athlete to heading committees such as the Basketball Division to executive board memberships including time spent as the Vice President. Beginning in 1983 until March of 2018, he provided coaching and guidance to several youth basketball girls’ and boys’ teams. His leadership hit the pinnacle of his 35 years of service when the team he was coaching won the championship at the 2003 Pan-Armenian games in Yerevan.