When I first started to look for a home, I had no clue what I was getting myself into. Some close to me explain certain items to watch out for, but it still seem like farfetched dream of buying my first home. For a year and a half I had been working with a real estate agent, we went to 15 diff houses. This agent wasted my time at times taking me to homes that already had offers accepted. The customer service was terrible. The whole process was frustrating, so I stopped searching for a year. I then decided again, this time with new agent. With Agent #2 I explained how I didn’t want my time wasted, and she said ok, but her rules were if we don’t have an offer accepted in a month, I lose her as my agent. A month passed and there was not a house I liked, so she dropped me. I ran into Hector, whom I had known, but I did not realize he was a real estate agent. Again I explained I did not want my time wasted, I’m still new to the house buying thing, I mentioned I was scared of this whole process and was frustrated. I asked if he would explain everything to me and he said YES!
Hector is so patient and very flexible. He was quick to understand what I liked and did not like. He is very good at filtering the listings, so that I would not waste my time looking at houses I did not like. Hector is very knowledgeable and explains everything. He goes above and beyond to ensure you are buying the right home. As a first time buyer my biggest fear was buyer’s remorse, and I have to say with the help of Hector, I have no remorse for the house I bought. It has everything I need and was within my budget. I think the hardest thing I had to do was sign 40 documents, other than that the process was flawless.