When you list with us, we offer you our full service concierge team that will be sure to take care of all of your selling needs. We want you to enjoy the time that you have left in your home and not be stressed out about the process. So, this means we will take care of hiring movers, finding storage, even garage sales and selling personal items for you. If you need a contractor, we will set it up for you. Selling and moving shouldn’t be a daunting experience, but one that is enjoyable and exciting.
We provide the Right Exposure & Effective Internet Marketing.....We focus on where the majority of buyers are searching. We have an extensive online network. Once the home hits the MLS agents are huge sources of buyers. We network to agents statewide and nationwide. American Beachside Brokers also utilizes Google AdWords technology. It is the best way to ensure that your listings gets the maximum exposure possible in the online real estate market. As a Zillow Premier Agent, American Beachside Brokers has greater exclusivity and wider reach in the online real estate market by increasing our exposure and promoting our listings without the influence of other agents.
We Offer a Smart Seller Flexible Commission Plans. The Bottom line is We SAVE you Thousands on the Listing & Selling Commission and you still Get Full service. Buyer Commission Included!
Cancel anytime with no cost to our clients. Professional Support, Easy & Free to list. Only Pay When You Sell.
We use the latest Cutting-edge technology. Behavioural targeting is a way of directing our marketing at homeowners who are most likely to be interested in your house.
Exceptional LOCAL Knowledge. With 20+ years of experience, and an understanding of current trends, I can help you navigate the market to get the best price.
Over the years, We helped hundreds sell and buy new homes. I'll help answer any questions you may have about your next sale or purchase.
We never leave money on the table! If it makes sense, we make it happen. We always find a creative way to make escrows close!
Our relationships allow us to save you money on everything from small repairs to major renovations.
If we represent you in the purchase of any listing, we will rebate part of our selling commission.
We will manage small improvement projects at no cost to our clients. You will also have access to our list of contractors if necessary.
We have access to a list of short-term furnished rentals available for temporary relocation due to remodeling, fast escrow closings, etc..
We have a full service commercial real estate division providing solutions to property owners, investors and tenants.
Our staff knows the ins and outs of both the real estate and property management market. We are dedicated to provide great service to our owners and tenants.
Without mincing words, times are scary. People are afraid, and beyond that there is a significant amount of uncertainty about what is to come. In times like these, it’s important to pull together as a community and support each other in any way possible. This includes the small businesses in your community, since they are an essential part of what keeps your community going; without your support during the darker times, some of them may not survive to see the sun come out again.
How are you supposed to do that in a limited-contact or social isolation scenario, though? Fortunately, there are still several options available that will help you to help those local businesses that keep your community running.
One great way to support local businesses is to buy gift cards and gift certificates even if you don’t need them right now. This allows you to make a simple purchase that minimizes potential contact while giving the business that issued the certificate some much-needed income. Once things improve, you can then return to the business and take your time using the gift cards you purchased. As an added bonus, they’re also easy to give to others if you know someone who’s in need.
Another good option is to buy branded merchandise such as t-shirts or coffee mugs that advertise the business. On top of the usual benefits of making a purchase, these items help to advertise the business as well. As an added bonus, buying branded merchandise helps you to show the business owner that you’re there to support the business specifically.
Can’t get out? Check and see which businesses in your area offer online ordering and make use of that feature. If you can’t order online, give them a call and inquire about placing an order. You can even make arrangements for delivery or pickup while you’re on the phone.
A lot of people are relying on delivery and carry-out orders these days, especially from local restaurants. Unfortunately, a lot of people tip very little if at all for these services. Remember that a lot of employees are facing reduced hours in this stressful time, and every dollar helps. Be sure to tip even if you normally wouldn’t, and be generous when you do.
There are many types of support. Financial support is definitely important for local businesses trying to stay open, but not everyone can help out financially. If you can’t afford to shop right now, try to get the word out on social media and other platforms. Share posts, talk about the businesses that you’d like to support and even post pictures of yourself wearing some branded merch. Every little bit helps, and someone might see your post and decide that they need to support local shops as well.
A major problem that small venues face is the refunding of canceled events. They’ve already spent money on advertising and racked up other costs, and now they’re losing their portion of ticket sales. If you have tickets for an event that was canceled and unlikely to be rescheduled, call the box office and inquire about donating your refund instead. While not all venues will do this, donating your ticket price lets those that do recoup some of what they spent and may even help them to stay open in the face of additional cancellations.
Local businesses are a part of your community, and as such they want to see the community thrive. Situations like this are very stressful for business owners and employees alike, and the last thing that they want to see is people fighting over merchandise or those in need having to do without because someone else hoarded all the toilet paper. When shopping at local businesses, be courteous to other shoppers, maintain a safe distance so no one is crowded, and avoid the temptation to grab everything when you just need one or two items.
If you need to find local businesses and professionals to support, check out HomeKeepr. Not only can you open an account for free, but it will help you to find locals who need your support as well.