Resources For Buyers and Sellers

 

Questions You Should Be Asking Your Real Estate Broker

  1. Given the availability of information on the internet, why should I use a broker?
  2. Specifically, why should I use you and your firm?
  3. How well do you know my real estate market?
  4. How well do you (broker) understand the financing process and the impact it will have on other financial areas of my life?
  5. What are the top real estate trends in pricing, financing, consumer tastes?
  6. How does your background and education prepare you for real estate?
  7. If I’m getting divorced, do you understand the implications of holding or selling my current home?
  8. If I’m widowed, do you understand the implications of holding my real estate and the impact it will have on my estate when I pass?
  9. How much should I invest in my house to get it ready for market?
  10. How long should it take for me to sell my property/find a new property?

Case Studies for Buyers and Sellers

Marla's solid business background and training as an MBA help her focus on your goals as a buyer or sellers. With an uncommon viewpoint you can often end up with an exceptional outcome.

Read the Case Studies

Recommended Vendors

Home Inspectors
Pinnacle Property Inspection Services, Inc.
President, Pinnacle Property Inspection Services, Inc.
jimkolke@pinnaclepropertyinspection.com.
www.pinnaclepropertyinspection.com
847-251-1186 / 312-961-4228

Julio Neira
Inspectrum Inc.
www.inspectrum.com
773-929-9889

Mortgage Brokers
Susan Seeberg Wintrust Mortgage - Sseeberg@wintrustmortgage.com

Cindy Smolin - Cindy.Smolin@guaranteedrate.com

Attorneys
Yelena Shvartsman - Yelena@ShvartsmanLaw.com

Bankers
Jon Levey - jlevey@highlandparkbank.com

Architects
Rick Carter - rick@carrwarner.com

Ready to move?

Call or text Marla Forbes today at 224.307.6228