Interview Our Team
The follow are questions we feel are very important to ask all agents when interviewing to work for you as a Buyer’s Agent.  We would be honored to have an opportunity to be interviewed by you and will provide detailed answers to the following questions upon our interview. 1.) How long have you been selling real estate? 2.) How many homes have you sold in the last year? 3.) When a property comes onto the market how will you ensure I see it first? 4.)  a.   Are you well versed in home construction, foundations, plumbing, electrical etc?            b.  Why is this important and how is this one of the biggest advantages to my purchase? 5.)  a. What is your negotiation strategy?       b. How will you ensure I secure the home I want at the best possible terms and conditions 6.) How much knowledge do you have in the areas I am purchasing? 7.)  Will I exclusively be working with you during the entire process of my purchase? 8.)  What services do you offer during my purchase that no other agent, team or company can offer me? 9.)  Can you provide me with a resume?
Your understanding of the purchasing process is invaluable and deserves your special attention. For your benefit, it is essential we ask questions to understand your needs, wants, and ability to purchase. Showing process The Nikolic Group will assist you in selecting homes for viewing in accordance with your needs. Please feel free to inspect all aspects of a home during the showing and make notes regarding each home. Communication during showings Feedback is essential. Specific comments help we will determine exactly what you’re looking for and should result in finding a suitable home and making an offer. The offer After an offer is written, we will contact the listing agent who will present your offer to the sellers. The sellers have the following alternatives: Accept the offer Reject the offer Write a counter offer (Should a counter offer be written, we will then discuss whether it is in your best interest to accept, reject, or counter back.) Once the offer is accepted, we will notify you immediately. Mortgage application It is extremely important that you apply for a loan immediately after your offer is accepted. As your agent I can recommend several lenders for you to contact. The lender may require a loan application fee to be used toward a credit check, appraisal, etc. Processing your loan In order to speed the process along, have your bank account and credit card numbers available as these will need to be verified by your lender. We will check with your lender throughout the processing of your loan to ensure things are progressing smoothly. Time and place of closing Once your loan is approved, the time and place for closing, as agreed upon in the offer, will be scheduled. Prior to closing Have all utilities transferred to your name as of the date of closing. Notify post office and telephone company of your address change. You will have the opportunity to make a final inspection of the property. A one year Home Warranty Plan will be made available for purchase by you if it was not part of your offer to purchase. Your lender may require you to obtain a homeowner’s insurance policy and have a paid receipt to begin coverage on your new home at closing. Obtain a certified check for the exact amount of money to be paid at closing. This figure will be made available to you prior to closing.
Buyer’s Guide
Understanding Buyer’s Agency
Wisconsin Agency Law Provides for Different Types of Relationships Between Buyer and REALTOR® The Traditional Buying Process In the traditional buying process, a real estate agent working with a buyer without a Buyer Agency contract is, by law, working as an agent of the seller. An agent working without a Buyer Agency contract must still be fair in his/her dealings, but is prohibited by law from giving the buyer critical advice such as a professional opinion of a price or in suggesting negotiation strategies. Buyer Representation Buyer Representation (Buyer Agency) was created in response to buyers’ desires to have agents work in their best interests as opposed to the sellers’ best interests. Designated Agency With Designated Agency, a buyer under Buyer Agency with a broker continues to receive full client services even when purchasing a property listed with another agent in the same brokerage. We make certain your best interests are priority

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The Nikolic Group are proud to be part of Keller Williams Real Estate

Follow Us and Find Out First

Call/Text Us : 414-232-2569 | Email: info@nikolicgroup.com

Interview Our Team
The follow are questions we feel are very important to ask all agents when interviewing to work for you as a Buyer’s Agent.  We would be honored to have an opportunity to be interviewed by you and will provide detailed answers to the following questions upon our interview. 1.) How long have you been selling real estate? 2.) How many homes have you sold in the last year? 3.) When a property comes onto the market how will you ensure I see it first? 4.)  a.   Are you well versed in home construction, foundations, plumbing, electrical etc?            b.  Why is this important and how is this one of the biggest advantages to my purchase? 5.)  a. What is your negotiation strategy?       b. How will you ensure I secure the home I want at the best possible terms and conditions 6.) How much knowledge do you have in the areas I am purchasing? 7.)  Will I exclusively be working with you during the entire process of my purchase? 8.)  What services do you offer during my purchase that no other agent, team or company can offer me? 9.)  Can you provide me with a resume?
Your understanding of the purchasing process is invaluable and deserves your special attention. For your benefit, it is essential we ask questions to understand your needs, wants, and ability to purchase. Showing process The Nikolic Group will assist you in selecting homes for viewing in accordance with your needs. Please feel free to inspect all aspects of a home during the showing and make notes regarding each home. Communication during showings Feedback is essential. Specific comments help we will determine exactly what you’re looking for and should result in finding a suitable home and making an offer. The offer After an offer is written, we will contact the listing agent who will present your offer to the sellers. The sellers have the following alternatives: Accept the offer Reject the offer Write a counter offer (Should a counter offer be written, we will then discuss whether it is in your best interest to accept, reject, or counter back.) Once the offer is accepted, we will notify you immediately. Mortgage application It is extremely important that you apply for a loan immediately after your offer is accepted. As your agent I can recommend several lenders for you to contact. The lender may require a loan application fee to be used toward a credit check, appraisal, etc. Processing your loan In order to speed the process along, have your bank account and credit card numbers available as these will need to be verified by your lender. We will check with your lender throughout the processing of your loan to ensure things are progressing smoothly. Time and place of closing Once your loan is approved, the time and place for closing, as agreed upon in the offer, will be scheduled. Prior to closing Have all utilities transferred to your name as of the date of closing. Notify post office and telephone company of your address change. You will have the opportunity to make a final inspection of the property. A one year Home Warranty Plan will be made available for purchase by you if it was not part of your offer to purchase. Your lender may require you to obtain a homeowner’s insurance policy and have a paid receipt to begin coverage on your new home at closing. Obtain a certified check for the exact amount of money to be paid at closing. This figure will be made available to you prior to closing.
Buyer’s Guide
Understanding Buyer’s Agency
Wisconsin Agency Law Provides for Different Types of Relationships Between Buyer and REALTOR® The Traditional Buying Process In the traditional buying process, a real estate agent working with a buyer without a Buyer Agency contract is, by law, working as an agent of the seller. An agent working without a Buyer Agency contract must still be fair in his/her dealings, but is prohibited by law from giving the buyer critical advice such as a professional opinion of a price or in suggesting negotiation strategies. Buyer Representation Buyer Representation (Buyer Agency) was created in response to buyers’ desires to have agents work in their best interests as opposed to the sellers’ best interests. Designated Agency With Designated Agency, a buyer under Buyer Agency with a broker continues to receive full client services even when purchasing a property listed with another agent in the same brokerage. We make certain your best interests are priority
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The Nikolic Group are proud to be part of Keller Williams Real Estate