The city and county of Fresno is the home to many ethnic communities and it is one of the fastest growing areas in California.
I am proud of being able to speak four foreign languages to better serve and assist our growing community in French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish providing
Real Estate Answers & Results
Locally & Internationally
So whatever the language you speak and whenever you NEED someone who respects your unique needs, makes you feel at home and provides the very best in Real Estate services with
INTEGRITY, QUALITY and PRODUCTIVITY,
call Vicktor Etchart.
“I really do Speak Your Language.”
GUARANTEE Real Estate Sales Services in California
180 W. Bullard Ave.
Clovis CA 93611
Tel. - +1- 559-250-5983 Direct Line
Real Estate Services Office/GUARANTEE REAL ESTATE
International Research Consultants Office
Tel./ FAX 1-559-322-IRC0 (4720)
WHEN BUYING OR SELLING A HOME BY OWNER OR WITH MY
THE BUYER OR SELLER MORE LIKELY WILL HAVE REPRESENTATION…
Wide-sweeping changes in Multiple Listing Service (MLS) regulations as well as revisions in legislation and local Real Estate regulations have opened a whole new era in real estate transactions. As a Realtor I subscribe to the strict code of ethics of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS and keep up-to-date on changes in real estate laws and practices through the association’s monthly news-letter, bulletins, association industry meetings and continuing education programs.
Allow me to save you time. Provide a wider selection of choices. Get you a better price when buying or selling. Avoid stress and develop new friendships.
Did you know that you can save in real fees by selling your property yourself?
If you decide to market your own property, I invite you to consider the following steps;
Conduct your own inspection.
Make note of all the items that needs repair or improvement.
Make the appropriate repairs and improvements.
Be sure to fill out a required Transfer Disclosure Statement informing the buyer of any other known defects, neighborhood nuisances or other material facts which could affect their decision to purchase.
Investigate recent sale prices for property similar to yours in your immediate area.
Measure your home and compute its actual square footage. Then establish a realistic price for your property based on that information together with current market trends and conditions.
Meet with local lenders.
Determine financing alternatives for your prospect buyer.
Determine which advertisements will best present your property.
Call them for rates and deadlines. Establish and advertising budget for the task.
Take digital photographs of your property.
Prepare an exciting web page with appropriate links to other real estate and community sites.
Prepare a plan to reach those out-of-town buyers and transferees.
They account for a mayor portion of today’s home purchasers.
Purchase an eye-catching and weatherproof yard sign.
Installed in the front of your property. Be sure to include a 24 hour a day phone number for prospects to call for immediate information.
Purchase special “open house” signs.
Install them to direct traffic through the neighborhood and to the property. Conduct open houses and Realtor tours.
Place ads in local real estate magazines.
Prepare professional looking color flyers with photos indicating your property’s unique features. Distribute copies to every real estate office in town and establish a direct mail campaign.
Be available at all times so that you can walk through the property with prospective buyers.
Answer all their questions and offer information about local schools, parks, transportation, shopping, churches etc.
“Stage” your home for showing.
By placing freshly cut flowers in several rooms. Burn scented candles in the living room, kitchen and baths and remove excess furniture to make your home appear more spacious.
Learn how to separate the “lookers” from qualified buyers.
Secure names and phone numbers and be sure to follow up with telephone calls.
Plan a final walk-through with the buyer (s)
Before the settlement process is complete in order to resolve any future legal disputes or repairs. Have a witness present. Be careful not to make any verbal representations or warranties that may later cause you a serious problem.
Determine the type (s) of financing that you are willing to consider such as:
FHA, VA (who pays points & fees); Seller carry-back First Mortgage (evaluate the inclusion of points, alienation clauses, etc.) Conventional Loan (evaluate lender property and appraisal requirements, VA or CALVET (who qualifies and how does buyer apply)
Wrap Around Mortgage (investigate due on sale provisions).
Obtain all forms necessary for legal sale of real property. (NEW MOLD DISCLOSURE)
To avoid possible future litigation be prepared to draft a binding contract or arrange for appropriate legal council to do so. Secure all necessary Seller’s Disclosure Forms. ( In conformance with California law, where applicable, you must disclose known defects, earthquake zones, flood zones or environmental hazard problems and certain fire protection issues and Mold among some other legalities.
Negotiate with the buyer (s) all final terms of sale including price, financing, inspections, date of closing, possession, personal property and other considerations.