Never Listed, But Sold
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NATIONWIDE - Ever drive past your dream house and wonder if it’ll ever go on sale?
Well, what if you could have it right now? All across America, realtors are knocking on doors and making cold calls to put their customers into houses that aren’t even on the market. We tell you why you don’t have to wait for a “for sale” sign to make your home-buying dreams come true.
Buying off market can also save on realtor fees if you approach the owner on your own and try to get them to sell. However, depending on state laws you may have to bring in a real estate attorney to draft the necessary documents before you can seal the deal.
Real estate expert Brendon DeSimone has assisted buyers, sellers and investors with over $500M in residential real estate transactions over the course of ten years.
Licensed to sell real estate in both California and New York, Brendon has been involved in the purchase and sale of all types of residential real estate, from modest suburban single family homes to multi-million dollar New York City condos. He’s advised clients through all types of markets–during periods of low interest rates and frantic mortgage refinancing; in economic slowdowns and booms; and in buyers’ markets and sellers’ markets.
A former executive at a Silicon Valley start-up, Brendon has a business and tech savviness that goes well beyond most Realtors. As a real estate investor himself, he owns properties across the U.S. in states as diverse as Alabama and Nevada, as well as abroad.
Perhaps it was his background in the fitness industry, but Downtown Resource Group founder Joe Grunnet felt the Twin Cities urban real estate experience could use some shaping up. The Chicago-area native felt immediately at home in downtown Minneapolis due to its electrifying spirit and the stylish condos and lofts indigenous to the area. Joe started Downtown Resource Group in 2007 to show others what he had found: The perfect setting to live, work, play and build meaningful relationships. Joe, his wife Stacy and their children reside in the North Loop neighborhood.