The real estate business is changing, and the world of Las Vegas real estate, with all its glitz and glamour will keep changing for years to come. Studies now indicate that more than 85% of all purchasers of property consult the internet before they do anything else. The fact is, there isn’t much more to the average agent than the agent themselves.
Most real estate agents operate a one-man or one-woman show. Real Estate teams have been developed because companies build teams for efficiency, and that’s what we’ve done with the Mike Colpitts real estate selling team to provide the best customer service support possible for our clients.
We’ve developed a team of professionals to help us be in many places at once, and greatly enhance the quality of service we deliver. This is how other professionals like your doctor or lawyer operate. In addition to this, we’ve developed cutting edge technology to improve the speed and efficiency of every part of the service we deliver for the Las Vegas real estate market.
My introduction to the technological highway came about 20 years ago when the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) called me for help. I was surprised to get the call in the first place from the feds, but after some convincing on their part I helped in several disaster recoveries, and was taught many of the best ways to determine whether a home was damaged in disasters, including earthquakes in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angles and flooding in Northern California.
Working for the government as a federal building inspector taught me an enormous amount and now as a Las Vegas real estate agent, my clients benefit. Making the right choices when selecting a home or other property is key.
My combined backgrounds as a former federal building inspector, years of real estate education and 20 years experience representing clients in real estate make my customers successful. To find out more about how I can help you sell your home, condo or other property or buy Las Vegas real estate contact me at your convenience. Thanks for your time.