Hi! I'm Eric. I am the lead agent for our team and I'll be guiding you through your transaction and helping you make your most important buying and selling decisions..
I've been a real estate agent since my senior year of college (way back in in 2006) and I still love the thrill of buyers falling in love with their first house and sellers getting an offer higher than they expect.
One of the things that has bugged me since the beginning of my career is that real estate technology and real estate agents in general always seems to be a few steps behind when it comes to the business technology used in the industry.
When I first started, I paid for a service that allowed me to show listings on a cheezy website I made with Microsoft Front Page. My company was one of the largest in my town and no one else in my office had a website or a way for buyers to shop online. To me is was natural. To them it was new fangled, unnecessary technology.
The same process continues to happen today, except now I'm the old agent in my office. The only difference is I'm determined to stay ahead of the curve.
Today, in addition to my role leading our sales team, I am also involved in a software company that makes AI-based photo editing software. Even now, the productivity technology used by the software team makes any tools I've used in real estate seem clunky and poorly designed by comparison. And I don't think it needs to be that way. It just takes people with the right mindset to adopt and use new tools to do better, more productive work.
The other challenge I've noticed is that agents seem to brag far too often about "saving the deal" at the last minute as if they swooped in like Batman to save the day.
In my experience, agents are often the reason for the drama within a transaction to begin with. Certainly sometimes clients can make decisions that are problematic for the transaction, but far too often the hero is also the original villian as well. It shouldn't be this way.
In any market, but especially this market, speed is your biggest competitive advantage as a buyer or seller and traditional real estate practices and software are slow and cumbersome. We are still asked for our fax number for handling paperwork and we've had contracts delayed because the agent insists on meeting their client for ink signatures instead of using e-signature software.
This types of slow service will NEVER happen in our company. Your time is valuable and the speed at which both you and our team can take action is valuable. We employ modern technology combined with decades of real estate experience to connect with you faster, show homes faster, write offers faster, market your listing faster, and help you make decisions faster and with more confidence than ever before.
After selling hundreds upon hundreds of homes, I know that your transaction can and should be easy when you know all the right steps to follow, and that competent, knowledgable real estate agents make a world of difference in the success or frustration of your transaction.
There really shouldn't be any surprises in most transactions since all the steps are predictable in every sale, and it's my vision for every client we serve that we deliver a transaction so smooth for you that it feels like we weren't even involved. When this happens, I know that my entire team operated at peak service for you.
If you're looking to buy or sell anywhere in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, please give us a call. We'll be happy to help you ourselves or, if necessary, we'll connect you with the right team of professionals for what you're wanting to accomplish.