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Serving All of Florida, USA   © ​Love Realty, LLC. Email: LoveRealtyLLC@gmail.com   

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Step 1: Click the link above to submit your or your client's request. We will use this information to learn about your needs. We handle requests for single-home purchases and bulk investment purchases for both domestic and foreign buyers here.

 

Step 2: Once your information is submitted, we will promptly evaluate it and then personally contact you or your agent. We can also begin emailing you lists of property matches. You can opt-out of this service at any time.

Experience the Realtor® difference

We are 100% Realtor® professionals.

 

Using a Realtor® during a real estate transaction is important for both buyers and sellers. Here are six of the chief reasons:

  1. Fiduciary responsibility. When you work with a Realtor®, their fiduciary responsibility is to you. That means you have an expert who is looking out for your best financial interests, an expert who’s contractually bound to do everything in their power to protect you. That’s big — the value of that commitment cannot be overstated.

  2. Complex, ever-changing real estate regulations. Buying or selling a home is not like purchasing a plane ticket. Every home is different, and laws change every year and vary from state to state. Generally speaking, people purchase a new home every 7-10 years, and a lot can — and usually does — change between transactions. Realtors® are immersed in real estate, and they must stay current with all the updates in regulations, laws, contracts and practices. Once you retain your Realtor®, they put that knowledge to work for you.

  3. Help finding the right property, beyond square footage and baths. Browsing online is a terrific way to start a home search — in fact, almost 90 percent of people start their home search online. But when it’s time to buy, knowing all the pros and cons of a property can help you make the right decision. Realtors® live and breathe real estate, and they can share information about a home that you wouldn’t otherwise know. Your Realtor® can go beyond the aesthetics and tell you important details about homes you’re considering.

  4. Pricing and selling a home. There are lots of sites where you can view price estimates for your home before you list it for sale, but you take a risk using them. In some markets, online estimates can be off by as much as 35 percent, and they often rely on tax records and data that can be as old as 6-12 months. Realtors® know the local market, have access to the freshest sale data, and can price your house in line with the market to maximize your earnings. A recent study showed that clients using a Realtors® agent got $40,100 more in value on a transaction.

  5. Contracts and negotiations. Finding the right property is the fun part. Then the real work begins: Today’s contracts can be 50 pages long — not counting addendums and riders. Realtors® can help you navigate these complex documents and craft an attractive offer that makes sense for you. Plus, when it comes to negotiation, your Realtor® is your advocate and can bring an objective voice to a very subjective situation.

  6. Following a code of ethics. When you work with a Realtor®, you’re partnering with a professional who operates according to a strict code of ethics. In place for over 100 years, the Realtor® Code of Ethics ensures that consumers who work with a Realtor® are treated professionally and ethically in all transaction-related matters.

Love Realty'sTM duty to our clients, both domestic and foreign

 

In addition to being pledged Realtors®, our company policy is aligned with Laws of the State of Florida (e.g., Florida, USA, Law 475.278):

 

  1. Dealing honestly and fairly

  2. Accounting for all funds

  3. Using skill, care, and diligence in the transaction

  4. Disclosing all known facts that materially affect the value of property 

  5. Presenting all offers and counteroffers in a timely manner, unless a party has otherwise

  6. Preventing disclosure of information on planned action or motivations between parties

  7. Disclosing all known facts that materially affect the value of residential real property

  8. Any additional duties that are mutually agreed 

 

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