Marissa Greer is my agent and she is the most helpful and kind hearted agent I have ever met. She takes her time getting to know you and your housing needs. She has went over and beyond for me and my husband and because this is our first home, we had no idea about anything! She also thinks about your budget and helps you to find a home that is not only your dream home but, that fits in your price range! I am actually going to miss our talks and house hunting with her. I would have to say on a 1 to 10 scale (1 being really bad and 10 being awesome) I would give her a 10! Usually, I am having to leave bad reviews or not so good reviews on businesses but, when you find someone who does everything in their power to make you happy and is very knowledgeable about their profession, then to me I have to let everyone know. It is very hard to find a good Real Estate agent in Atlanta. I met with several and she was the best! Good Job Marissa! You go Girl!
Posted: 3/23/2011 • Link to this review
Being a 1st time home buyer I would expect the broker to tell me things like,"Let's put in a warranty in the contract", talk about the 1st time buyer's tax credit, etc. I would expect for the broker to know his/her information about the house they are trying to sell instead of me having to research the home myself online. I would have expected the broker to be... I don't know... a professional broker who knows their stuff because this is their profession. I would expect a broker to look up homes in the area you specified and show those to you, not show you homes that #1. Already have contracts on them, #2. Higher than the price range you want to spend, and #3. Out of the area you want. I also expected a broker to work for you instead of viewing you as a money pit and already sizing you up and lining their pockets with your purchase before it happens. I understand the market is down but don't send potential buyers to places that you (broker) want them to have for your commission, This company gets a big fat F.
Posted: 1/22/2011 • Last edited: 9/19/2011 • Link to this review