8 Reasons to Use a Boutique Realtor
- Quality of Quantity.
Boutique firms know that each client has different needs. Instead of focusing on the number of homes they purchase or sell, the boutique firm can concentrate on Customer Service. The boutique firm knows that your opinion has a more significant impact than at a larger company, and will strive for your satisfaction.
- Support from their office.
The small close-knit group that a Boutique Firm creates helps to facilitate the needs of each realtor and therefore each need of their clients. By choosing a boutique firm you can guarantee that the entire office is dedicated to your best interest.
- Established and Top-Tier Agents.
The goal is to cultivate a small and professional environment, which means only the best and most driven will be selected. At a boutique firm, you can expect each realtor to be proficient and dedicated to each client
4. Vigilant about cultivating the culture and brand of the firm.
Unlike a larger company, a Boutique firm has something to prove and doesn’t have a large brand name to use as a source of their worth. Your boutique firm is eager to show their ability to complete with a larger firm.
5. Innovation and customization happen more quickly.
Large companies have more “red tape” and company regulations that restrict the ability of your realtor to be innovative. A boutique firm offers instant communication, allowing for quick and cutting edge customization in marketing your home. Most marketing is done in house, so your realtor won’t need to wait for weeks before your home is represented in the market place.
- Boutique firms care about the rights of buyers and sellers more than building a business empire.
Many boutique real estate firms have strong options regarding the rights of their clients, rights of other REALTORS® and their small business. Their primary cause is not to build a business empire, but to be sure their community thrives through home ownership.
7. Your community comes first.
Your community is your boutique firm’s community. Your boutique firm will typically be committed to an economically sound, beautiful and welcoming community because their business only does well if the community does well.
8. Your Transaction is always with your agent.
With a focus on customer satisfaction, Barbara will not give your contract to a closing coordinator. Closing coordinators are typically used by larger companies so a realtor can begin work with their next client. I will see your transaction through from the beginning to the end. No paperwork or important information will be lost in the shuffle, so you can be assure that you are well represented throughout the entire process.