Buyers

Knowledge is Power:

If you’re new to town, you need to get to know the different neighborhoods, villages, and developments before you can make any decisions.

I am constantly working to know first-hand as many of the homes on the market as possible so that when you tell me what you are looking for I will already have some great homes in mind. I have lived in Mexico for many years, moving to Ajijic in 2008 and I know the market well.

 Communication:

I listen well. If you tell me you want a $250,000 home in a gated community, you won’t be shown a $600,000 estate in the countryside.

I’m always available via phone, skype, and email so that we can work together no matter where you are.

I am fully bilingual — this can be very valuable when finding out more about a property or a neighborhood. Sometimes a one minute conversation with the gardener in Spanish can be more valuable than days of investigative work.

 Negotiation:

It really is an art. Each real estate transaction is unique and every person has different motivations.  If it isn’t a Win-Win situation, it rarely works. I work with all parties to ensure you get the best home at the best price.

 Relationships:

We are only as good as our team. I have worked tirelessly to surround myself with the most talented people in the area. I work hard to have respect and rapport with fellow realtors and brokers, notarios, inspectors, contractors and property managers, so that you get the best treatment throughout the whole home buying process.