Why should I choose a Pikes Peak region Realtor® with a "GRI" after his or her name?
The GRI designation after a Realtor's® name means that the agent is a Graduate of the Realtor® Institute (GRI), and that the real estate agent is nationally viewed as a top performer in the industry with the highest levels of professional training. The GRI means your real estate experience will receive the utmost standards of care, knowledge, quality, and professionalism. In a nutshell, GRI means you can focus on your mountain community dream home, while your Realtor® covers the details!
Buying a home in a market like Teller County, Colorado has become a more complex undertaking in recent years. The transactions are more complicated and the financial/legal stakes are higher. Of course, this is your house - your largest investment for your family. Why add more stress to the already stressful process of buying, selling, and moving the family home? Why worry about the competence underlying the transaction?
Remove the extra stress and make sure your Realtor® has the GRI designation after his or her name. Have the assurance that you're receiving the latest in professional response and technological tools. Focus on the dream - leave the details of financial administration, legal compliance, and local procedures to your professional agent.
Contact The Roshek Group HERE to find out what a difference a qualified Pikes Peak region realtor can make in your real estate transaction.