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Ines Hegedus-Garcia
ines@miamism.com

The Selling of a Miami home is fraught with potential problems

As Miami REALTORS, the only proof we have about how well we do our job, is directly from our clients' mouths.  We send surveys and always want to know how to improve our services. We certainly understand that we cannot make everyone happy but we surely try and always go out of way to achieve your goals.  Every transaction is different and every single sale brings new challenges. It is through our experience that we can foresee, prepare and many times prevent problems. Here's a testimonial we are proud to share with you because it means so much.

The selling of a private home is fraught with potential problems.  The first challenge is setting the price.  The process of showing a house can be disorganized.  Engagement with potential buyers can engender mistrust.  In fielding offers and structuring negotiations, the real estate agent must listen carefully to understand the motives and insecurities of both seller and buyer. The goals of buyer and seller are often misaligned, leaving the real estate agent to define and hold the common ground that leads to a sale.  The deal must be brought into a written document that finalizes terms. In the selling of my house, Ines Hegedus was skillful, efficient, thoughtful, and resourceful throughout the transaction.  She was one step ahead of all the problems mentioned above.  She proved to be a true professional in all the categories. I recommend her, without hesitation, to anyone who is seeking to sell or purchase a property.

Howard Herring President and Chief Executive Officer New World Symphony, America's Orchestral Academy Thank you again Howard, it was a true honor working with you and hope to do it again for you and your friends and family soon.  Here are more client testimonials.


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