With all of the excellent hospitals in Nashville, making a choice about which one you want to end up at could seem pretty easy. The excitement of your residency and entire career is ahead of you. When it comes to picking a home though, you’re lost in a sea of home ads, misinformation, and doubt. You know you’re available for the Doctor Loan and you want to make a good choice for your next home, but you’re not sure where to go.
You need a Realtor.
A Bit about Me:
I currently have over 10 years of real estate experience, 8 and a half of which have been in Nashville, TN. My specialization is with Physicians, others in the medical profession, and first time home buyers, and I see it as my responsibility to learn about my clients, to understand what they are looking for in a home, and then go out and find it. Selling houses is only one part of what I do. My ultimate desire is to help make the dreams of the individuals and families I work with a reality.
So much goes on in the home buying process. It’s a great deal more than just finding homes and selling them, and it’s my job to make it simple and take all the pain out of the process. I handle negotiations, work to your best interest when issues arise, take care of all the paperwork for the transaction, schedule inspectors, appraisers, and anyone else that’s needed - all so you aren't bothered and overwhelmed. When it’s time to close on the house, I also coordinate with the title attorney on scheduling and documentation, so you don’t have to because you need your time to save lives!
Picking someone to help you buy a home can be scary, especially when you’re moving to a new area and don’t have the personal connections who know a trustable agent. I can show you what to look for in a Realtor, alongside the guarantee that I will provide these services and more when finding you a new home.
A Realtor Listens
As a medical professional, you know the value of listening. If a patient comes in and describes how much pain they’re in and what happened to them, but you don’t listen, then you know you aren’t doing your job well. The same goes for a Realtor. I want to listen to your needs and help you meet them.
You have a crazy schedule, and at the end of a long day you don’t want to come home to an inbox that’s been spammed with an overwhelming number of future home options. Clear, precise, and catered communication is what you need, and a Realtor should be aware of that and act accordingly.
Communication is Key
Besides being adaptive to how they talk to you, your Realtor should flat out just be a good communicator. If you have to struggle through every sentence they say with a dictionary and google searches, then you don’t have the right person. Let me be someone who can speak to you in normal, everyday terms. Otherwise, you may end up with a home you never wanted.
Knowledge = Quality
Match Day is very soon, and it won’t be long after that before you’re on to your residency. When that time comes, you shouldn’t have to still be worrying about buying a new home and moving in. Having a Realtor who cares about your time and needs is vital. If a Realtor is trying to sell you a home an hour away from your hospital or that doesn’t have ample room for you and your family, chances are they haven’t been listening. Give me a call and you will feel heard.
~ Libby Bruno and Ryan Hilliard