At Mac Evoy™ Real Estate Co. our residential sales experts do two things very well–find people the right home, or sell their home for them. In both types of transactions our goal is to exceed your expectations.
How do we do it? For home buyers, we can guide you through the financing options available, and assist you in all aspects of your future home purchase. Area experts, you will receive a full tour of the area, and provide detailed data on recent sales, so that you can decide exactly what home or location you want to live in, and what you need to bid on a property to purchase it. Listening to your needs and then answering them, is at the top of our priorities.
Whether you are a first time home buyer, or veteran investor in real estate, we will ensure that you are courteously and professionally serviced throughout the entire home buying experience.
For Sellers of homes – our main goal is to protect your best interests, represent you professionally, and see you through to a smooth closing. Our expert negotiating skills make obtaining your desired sales price achievable. We stay in constant contact with you and market your home through many channels to get you greater exposure to buyers, ensuring a faster, and easier sale for you.
Hiring us, means hiring an experienced commercial brokerage team to either buy a building or property or sell one. We have a large network of buyers and sellers, and are able to market through MLS services, and also through a referral network. The benefits to you, of hiring us, is knowing that we don’t quit until we sell your building, or obtain a new or larger commercial site for your current business.
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We want your business. Please phone us today to obtain an absolutely FREE evaluation of your home or building in today’s market.
It is estimated that home sales are increasing in anticipation of a renewed housing boom. Such housing activity has not been seen since 2002 or 2003. The data shows that 300,000 people will be shifting to Florida, pursuant to property transactions.
According to U.S. Census Data, 1.2 million households were formed in 2013 but only 569,000 new single-family homes were built. Such shortage has, however, maintained Florida’s housing market.