Keri O'Sullivan Finding A Place You'll Call "Home"!

Buying a home can be an exciting, yet challenging process, which is why it is critical to work with the most qualified REALTOR®. What differentiates the buying experience with me?

I utilize a consultative sales strategy to ensure that each of my client's specific needs is met. I begin each real estate consultation with a thorough analysis of my client's situation. The purpose of this first meeting is to determine the most effective and efficient means to achieve my client's goals. Each client's experience is tailored based on what is best suited for them.

I assist my clients through the entire buying process. My focus includes:

  1. Identifying and showing ideal properties
  2. Analyzing market conditions and comparable properties to determine optimal offer price points
  3. Contract preparation and negotiations
  4. Guidance through the home inspection process
  5. Coordinating details with the settlement company and lender
  6. Making certain the closing is on schedule and successful

From first-time home buyers to retirees, my personalized service will make buying your home a memorable experience. When you're ready to explore buying your perfect home, call or email me, and I'll get started working for you!

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