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New Homes America

About

Alex Guerrero, Real Estate Agent

Alex Guerrero


 I have always been a hard working person in what ever I achieve to do. I worked for St. Mary's Church for 22 years part of those years were volunteer years. I later went to work for a builder of homes as an office receptionist. This is where the interest developed in getting my Real estate License and I have had no regrets in my life achievements. I love what I do. In this job-as in my previous you make lots of friends for life.

As a devoted real estate professional I will make every effort to ensure your experience is as smooth and enjoyable as possible. So, whether you are seriously interested in getting into the real estate market, or simply just looking, I can help you find the answers to your questions about homeownership or selling your home.

My goal is to assist you in finding that perfect home. Whether you want a big backyard or a 3-car garage, I will find you that special property. My experience will ensure that you are satisfied.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about buying or selling your home. I am here to help you through the process; whether it is just answering general market questions or finding the right financial options for you.

Contact me today to find out how I can help you out from under an old home and into a new one.

661-203-7951

 

My Service Locations:

Delano, CA

Bakersfield, CA

Shafter, CA

Community Info


Tips


  1. Start out right
    Use technology and the Internet. No matter what some of the "older and more experienced" may tell you, you need the Internet to market in the real estate world today.
  2. Price it right
    Activity in the first month of a listing is always the best, so don't risk wasting it. Price too high, and scare off many buyers and other agents. Don't get caught up in pricing games.
  3. Sell by season
    No matter what the season, home selling is a year-round sport. Use seasonal accents to make potential buyers linger longer.
  4. Be the "neighborhood expert"
    Always know what's on the market, what sold recently, and the overall status of the neighborhood. Nowadays, anyone can look at houses online but the top agents know what lurks below the surface.
  5. Hire a REAL ESTATE AGENT
    Studies show that home sellers who use a real estate agent to represent them generally get a better price than those who sell the home themselves. Real estate agents are up-to-date on critical processes and can help keep you out of trouble. They can also help you get your home sold at the best price in the right time frame. Equally as important, real estate agents add objectivity to an inherently emotional transaction: the sale of your home.
  6. Before Your Home Is Listed
    It's important to have your home in good showing condition before buyers start going through it. Here are some steps to take:
    • Touch up interior and exterior paint as needed.
    • Install new carpeting and flooring if it appears worn or dated.
    • Make sure the front is clean and spruced up – curb appeal will create a favorable first impression.

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Questions? Contact me today!