David Okada, a technology savvy agent uses Internet and specializes in First Time Home Buyer, First Time Investor, Pet Owner Buyer, and Rental Clients. Residential Sales Council Member of REBNY
Get to know David Okada
His background in property development and as an investor in New York City enables this results-driven professional to both identify and appreciate a good investment, whether from an owner's unique viewpoint or from the perspective of what a buyer wants and craves.
David's extensive experience has also taught him to look out for and overcome the inherent pitfalls in the purchase or sale process, making him an invaluable guide for anyone seeking a successful real estate transaction. The excellent analytical and communication skills he cultivated from his former career in marketing combine with the great ethics, integrity, patience and humor that have earned David the trust and respect of his clients. Warm-hearted and empathetic, he will put you at ease no matter what your real estate needs.
David offers sellers both traditional and global marketing. He is fascinated with the Internet, and uses it well as part of an overall strategy to market your property locally, domestically and worldwide. "My sellers are guaranteed high-profile, national exposure," says David, who works with clients to develop an individualized marketing plan designed to showcase a property in its very best light to attract quality buyers, both here and overseas. He works with many loan officers, which help with evaluating financials for sellers when buyer candidates are making offers is very beneficial.
Knowledge of the market-I know what has sold,when and for how much. Pricing the apartment realistically and not overpricing will save you money. The advantage, the residence will not be on the market too long, and the continuous expenses and inconvenience of showing is not producing the results.
Cost of Advising-Do you know the difference between two offers? There are many factors that goes into a qualified buyer. Credit Score, Salary, Available cash after closing, Outstanding debts, and Board Approval for Co-ops. Commitment amount, Security issues and new banking guidelines in this COVID-19 environment..
Feedback- Follow-up is critical to make sure the goal of closing is accomplished. Staying on top of the appraisal, attorneys and buyers, review of the buyers financials in and preparation of the management packages
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Certified Negotions Expert
Certified Buyers Representative
Honor Society 2010
Risk Management on Investment Property