Thanks for checking out Randy Templeman. Buying or selling a home is one of the largst financial decisions you may ever make and part of that process is determining who your Realtor will be. How will you decide? There are many qualified, capable and experienced Realtors in the marketplace. Settling on one is not easy, so here is some information about Randy for you to consider.
Randy has been marketing and selling real estate for 32 years. During that time he has earned the professional designations of Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR), Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager (CRB) and Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES). He also holds the Performance Management Network (PMN)designation from the Womens Council of Realtors and was the first Realtor in the area to obtain the e-PRO Internet certification. Randy is also a Graduate of the Realtor Institute (GRI). In fact he teaches GRI classes across New York state on the topics of Finance, Investments and Technology. As a national instructor, Randy also teaches programs and designation classes across the country, from San Francisco to the Hamptons of Long Island, NY on subjects including negotiating, buyer representation, marketing and others. Remember, education and experience are not expensive, they're priceless.
Randy has twice served as President of the Greater Binghamton Association of Realtors and was recognized as their Realtor of the Year for 1999. Having chaired and served on numerous local and state Realtor committees, he is currently serving as the Regional Vice President for the New York State Associaiton of Realtors.
Randy is just one of less than 50 individuals in the entire nation to have been selected to become a member of the Hall of Fame of the Real Estate Buyers Agent Council (rebac.net) of the National Association of Realtors. Randy was inducted in just the second year of its existence! If he has been awarded such honors by his peers within the real estate industry, don't you think it would be good for you if Randy was your Realtor?
Apparently a lot of other people considered that question. In 2006, Randy finished the year as the number one selling agent to buyers for the Binghamton area RealtyUSA offices. In fact, he finished the year as the top agent for total residential transactions with more closings than any other agent in the company locally.
How does he do it? One way is with an effective website that provides access to all the listings of all the local companies all in one place with all the information. http://www.RandyTempleman.com
Have you ever seen an ad for a house for sale and wonder why there address is never provided? Not in Randy's ads, the address is always furnished. Why? He believes in helping buyers and sellers!
According to information based on the Multiple Listing Service of the Greater Binghamton Association of Realtors for 2006, the average time for a listed house to sell was 69 days. Randy's listing sold in less than half the time at 33 days. The average residential property sold for 96.4% of the listing price. Randy's listings sold for 99.0% of the list price. When you want your home sold for more money, in less time, get Randy!
Want to learn more about real estate? Pick up a Weekly Catalog of Homes magazine and read one of Randy's biweekly columns entitled "Ask Randy". Or you could attend one of the real estate classes he offers at Broome Community College:
Buying Real Estate Foreclosures;
Investing in Real Estate;
Build Your Dream Home;
and others, just check the calendar on his website.
Need more convincing? How about scheduling a no-obligation, no-cost, initial counseling session with Randy? Just send an email or call 607-785-8585 to arrange an appointment. Here's another really good reason to work with Randy: you don't just get one Realtor, as his wife, Karen, as part of the Templeman Team, provides you with TWO top Realtors!!
Select your Realtor as carefully as the home you buy! It does make a difference. Realtors are licensed by New York State. New York also licenses drivers. Does that make everyone a good driver? The choice is yours. Choose wisely. Thanks for reading!
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