Sanders Wallis, as a real estate professional, will advise clients as to the variations in price in his market and the types and cost of mortgages. Comparing properties to help set competitive prices is important, and creating attractive and accurate lists of properties is a valuable talent for highlighting location and features. Wallis will be responsible for promoting properties by using advertisements, open houses, and different types of listing services, and will escort buyers or renters to look over properties. Presenting purchase offers to sellers and helping coordinate negotiations between buyer and seller encompasses the details of purchase contract terms and preparing real estate documents. Wallis may accrue experience in selling residential and commercial properties, and may even sell industrial or agricultural real estate.
Sanders Wallis has secured his real estate license for Georgia in the United States and anticipates the transition from sales in the print arena to property sales. Wallis may represent either a buyer or a seller in a transaction, and he needs to be thoroughly versed in wearing both hats. Buyers’ agents listen closely to clients in order to know what they are looking for and their price ranges. Seller’s agents assist them to place appropriate prices and to assure clients that they are going to work to find a qualified buyer for their property. Utilizing market knowledge for their area, real estate professionals match properties to clients and work to find different financing options which will yield successful sales, such as government programs, mortgage types and positive zoning and fair housing regulations.
Sanders Wallis’ new career as a real estate sales professional will allow him to work toward his dream of managing his own business. As a real estate broker, Wallis will run his own business and sell the real estate of others as well as acting as a manager for properties and coordinating rentals.