Why Sell With Us?
Modern Broker, Inc is a company built on relationships. We place a high value on our clients and their happiness, pushing customer service to the forefront of our business.
Additionally, training is a top priority for the company as we strive to send a top-notch and highly educated sales force out to assist our clients.This training can range from contracts and forms changes, to technology updates, property marketing, and even earning designations through the Graduate Realtor® Institute, and more!
The collaborative work environment at Modern Broker, Inc only helps to grow and produce a better quality agent who is more equipped to serve their clients find the home of their dreams. Contact us today to find a qualified agent that’s ready and willing to serve you in any one of our Modern Broker, Inc locations!
Marketing Your Home
Selling a home takes a well thought out game plan. We have just that ready to list your home.View Our Marketing Plan
What’s Your Home Worth?
Not sure if this is a good time to sell? Wonder how much you could get for your home? Let us create a comparative market analysis for your home to answer those questions and more.
Escrow and Closing Costs
An Escrow Officer is a neutral, third party entity to a real estate transaction. Their primary purpose is to facilitate the transfer of funds and ownership between a buyer and seller. Once buyers and sellers have agreed to a set of terms and conditions for a particular property, escrow officers work to see a fair transaction, that’s honoring of those terms and conditions, go through. They are responsible for investigating any liens that may be attached to a property and hold sellers accountable to getting those resolved.
Escrow officers, real estate agents, and mortgage lenders all get paid through the closing costs charged to a buyer or seller at the end of a transaction. Closing costs also pay for fees incurred throughout the transaction, such as: the appraisal, some inspections or reports, credit checks, transfer taxes, and more. Terms of a transaction, including who pays for the closing costs (buyer or seller) are all negotiable and can be discussed with your Realtor®.