Colleen DiBiase – Tucson Gay Friendly Realtor

Colleen DiBiase - Tucson Gay Friendly Realtor

Native Tucson Gay Friendly Realtor

Whether first time home buyers, buyers wanting to upgrade or downsize or seniors I cherish them all.

As a Tucson gay friendly Realtor, client service is my strength. I’ll be with you every step of the way to make sure your experience is positive and stress free.

An Old Pueblo native, I can assure you this is a great place to live. This Southern Arizona town considered one of the most culturally diverse U.S. cities.

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REAL ESTATE TIPS: Should You Be an Aggressive or Cautious Home Buyer?

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If you are thinking of buying a home, some of your friends may have told you that you have to throw caution to the wind and just go all in. Or you may have heard of friends that bought a home and had to spend lots of money after the fact to repair things they didn’t know were wrong, and want you to be a cautious home buyer. How can you as a buyer feel protected yet also assert yourself in a competitive market? 

That’s where your agent comes in to help. The buyer agent will call the listing agent and find out what is important to the sellers. It is important in these transactions that both sides are aware of what is important to each side of the transaction. There are situations where more money is being offered to a seller, but what they really want is a one or two week or a one month rent-back so they can have time to get all the moving parts together and move on to their next home. Some of my clients once won an offer situation because they wanted to renovate and update the home, not demolish it like a developer wanted to do.  

A good agent knows the tools in their belt to keep their buyers confident in their purchase and assertive in a competitive market. Pre-inspections, negotiating techniques, and sometimes just a good reputation can go a long way.  A good agent wants to make their clients happy but also wants to make sure they stay happy long after they have moved into the house.

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Erik Molzen – Tacoma Gay Realtor

Erik Molzen - Tacoma gay Realtor

Erik is a Tacoma gay Realtor who began his professional career as a marketing executive in the 2000’s. Erik chose to enter the real estate business during the beginning of the Great Recession.

As the market collapsed, Erik took on the challenge of learning the business from the ground up, speaking with bank asset managers, and negotiating intricate contract terms to the benefit of his clients. 

Once the market turned, Erik was able to capitalize on his experience and ability to create lasting relationships with his clients. He turned his passion for client focused service, and marketing into a powerful business, selling hundreds of homes during his career. 

Many people claim to have a real estate license, yet few people actually have a successful real estate career. As a Tacoma gay Realtor/broker for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estate and BHHS Nevada Properties, Erik has a broad appeal in both markets.

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Matthew Fenicle – Phoenix Gay Realtor

Matthew Fenicle - Phoenix Gay Realtor

Phoenix Gay RealtorWith Twenty Years of Experience

Matthew Fenicle, a Phoenix gay Realtor, is an Ohio native and moved to Arizona to enjoy the lifestyle that only Arizona can offer. Bringing with him a strong Midwestern work ethic, Matthew began work as a REALTOR 20 years ago and is also a retired Firefighter after 20 yrs of service.

Building a business based on integrity and communication with a willingness to work hard, Matthew enjoys a great deal of repeat business and referrals from satisfied clients. In 2006, Matthew obtained his broker’s license and started his own real estate office. 

As a resident and Phoenix gay Realtor, Matthew cares deeply about the community in which he lives and is committed to the growth and success that continues to make this city what it is today. A passion for travel has taken him to 35 countries and numerous cities around the world.

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Jon Bonfiglio – Amador County Gay Realtor

Jon Bonfiglio - Amador County Gay Realtor

As an Amador County gay Realtor, real estate is my passion. It has been in my blood from the beginning. As kid I dreamed of being an architect and attending Cal Poly. I would take floor plans from home magazines so I could remodel them to improve the layout and space flow. 

This all lead me to drafting classes throughout junior high and high school. My first job as a sophomore in high school was working for a small Electrical contractor in Fremont as a draftsman.

My love for drafting and homes all spurred from growing up in a family of Real Estate. My grandfather was a self employed contractor who bought and remodeled many homes in the Santa Cruz mountains.

In 2004 I decided that it was time for me to make the leap to owning my own office. I have since joined RE/MAX to provide worldwide service for my clients as an Amador County gay Realtor.

See Jon’s Expanded Listing on Gay Realty Network Here

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The Buying & Selling Roller Coaster

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One thing that has become evident to me in my role of a real estate agent over the past five years with so many of my clients is that I am not just handling paperwork and negotiations. I’m part therapist, part friend, part negotiator, part paperwork handler, and part creative idea generator.

In some cases I have spent more time listening to my clients vent or talk about their day and what goes on at work or about family members involved in the transaction than the actual paperwork took time to be completed. I can be asked questions as varied as what color tile to put in a bathroom, what kind of countertop should be installed, who the heck does this other agent think they are, how much should we escalate over the sales price, and “should I even consider putting in another offer? I feel so defeated.”

I have had clients refer to me as their “brother” or “cousin” and I have gotten to know my clients’ parents, siblings, best friends, and other assorted family and friends who are going to chime in with their opinion on the situation. Today I helped a client navigate the moving truck parking permit process in the District of Columbia, which involved multiple phone calls, missed connections, meeting at the police station to print them out and many texts and messages.

Full Story by Joseph Hudson at the Washington Blade