Rochelle somehow made the following magic happen:
1.) The day after the Open House, we told Rochelle we wanted to make an offer on the new house. That same day, Rochelle reached out to her entire network about our current condo and got enough interest to hold 2 Open Houses for Saturday and Sunday
2.) After the Open Houses, we received an incredible offer for our condo on Monday morning, which we accepted
3.) After we received our offer, we put a pre-emptive bid on the new home that same day. A few other homebuyers did the same thing, including a few all cash offers.
4.) After multiple rounds of bidding, thanks to Rochelle’s great relationship with the selling agent, the seller accepted our offer – merely 4 days after we first saw the home.
5.) We did, however, agree to a 21 day close. This meant we had to close on our current condo in less than 21 days AND get our financing approved.
6.) Thanks to Rochelle’s incredible relationship with the buying agent and the mortgage broker, all parties worked at lightening speed to make both transactions happen. We were able to close on our condo (in 14 days) and our new home in an unprecedented 18 days!
Rochelle is playing a different sport than any other agent. We tell all our friends and family about what she’s done for us and the ones who have worked with her are as equally blown away. If you’re searching for a buying and/or selling agent, you will receive the utmost care with Rochelle.
I’ve had the pleasure of working with Rochelle on two separate occasions: once as a first time home buyer, she was selling a new condo complex, and once again as seller and buyer when I outgrew my condo. From the minute I met Rochelle as a first time home buyer I could quickly tell that...
Honestly, you couldn’t pick a better agent.Rochelle was professional, understanding and she listened to my concerns, things I was looking for in a home, my budget, ideal location etc. She filled me in as to how the market typically acted, which times were typically better to buy than others, how the market was then, and...