It is very important for both of us to see that we communicate well together, like each other and that you trust what I have to say or advise.
Buying a home in very involved, with lots of questions, emotions, conversations, advise and so forth, we need to make sure we can work together well.
Anyone can find you a home, write an offer and hand over the keys on closing. But my concern is always about 'trust' and 'solidarity.'
I want my buyers to trust my advice, and through negotiations I may have to wear 2 hats. One that may play hard ball and one that may take a slower approach. Whatever reason, I need you to trust my negotiations and communications with you, and that I am looking our for your best interests at all times and getting you the best price possible.
It is important that everyone who is a part of the purchase decision and who's names will be on the offer/title, should attend. Anyone who has the influence must be part of the process from beginning to the end. Otherwise, we may satisfy some but not all and we end up, mainly doing circles.
The purpose of the meeting is to ensure that we both feel we can work together well. I would never expect you to commit to me upon our first time together, so the meeting is more of an introductory to my services & what sets me apart from other agents. You get to see me in action and to evaluate my communication skills, energy and knowledge before hand. After our meeting, we can view a home at no obligation & no cost to you.