We are DEDICATED to LIVING and WORKING by these CORE VALUES:
Live by the GET BY GIVING PhilosophyMake our Clients #1 GOAL our #1 Goal Live up to our Professional Standards despite temptations to lower them Be willing to work toward a common good Do What we say we'll do, sometime more, just NEVER LESS
As your agent, I promise to provide you with my time, my concern and my knowledge. I will advocate for you and your benefit. I will put your satisfaction above my own. I will take in to consideration your time, your money and your happiness and treat it with the utmost respect. I will take pride in providing you with a happy, memorable real estate venture. I look forward to working with you.
"Customer relationships are at the heart of what we do. If you don't feel that we've built a strong relationship with you by the time we've sold your home, then we didn't do our job."
Our mission statement
"We strive to make the sale of your home and all of the associated activities free of stress, easy to understand, and at times, even fun. Our goal is to exceed your expectations and provide you with exceptional service throughout our relationship."
In our experience, a home isn't a dream home because of its room dimensions. It's about how you feel when you walk through the front door. And the way you can instantly envision your life unfolding there.
This is about more than real estate. It's about your life and your dreams. Let our associates help you realize those dreams.
Powerful curriculum through Keller Williams University keeps our associates ahead of trends, tools and advancements in the real estate industry.
Unlike other real estate companies, Keller Williams Realty was designed to reward agents for working together, to serve our clients better.
Keller Williams Realty was founded on the principles of trust and honesty, emphasizing the importance of having the integrity to do the right thing and always putting our client's needs first.
Leading-edge technology solutions accelerate our associates' efficiency and productivity.
Looking for a new home can be an exciting and challenging experience. Having a real estate professional that takes the time to understand your unique needs and lifestyle is important.
Our associates work hard to not only find the perfect home for you, but also to handle every last detail of the purchase process, from negotiating the terms of sale to recommending moving companies.
10 things you should ask a real estate agent
Having the right real estate professional by your side can greatly improve your home-buying experience. A good rule of thumb is to interview a minimum of three candidates. Here are 10 questions to ask during an interview:
Are you a full-time professional REALTOR®? How long have you worked full time in real estate? What geographic areas do you specialize in? Do you have a Website? What information can I find there? How will you keep me informed during my home search and throughout the transaction? Do you have a staff or a team? If so, what roles will they play in my transaction? Will you show me properties from other companies' listings? (Some real estate companies do offer their buyers' agents a higher commission if they are able to sell "in-house" listings. In those instances, there can be added incentive to limit the range of homes you are shown. This may affect your home search and how much your agent's fee will be.) Will you represent me exclusively, or will you also represent the seller? May I have that in writing? How will you get paid? How are your fees structured? May I have that in writing? What distinguishes you from other real estate agents? What is your negotiating style? May I contact some of your recent clients as references?
Do you have a performance guarantee? If I am not satisfied with your performance, can I terminate our buyer agency agreement? (In the heavily regulated world of real estate, it can be difficult to offer a performance guarantee. Typically, agents will outline verbally what you can expect from their performance. Keller Williams Realty understands the importance of win-win business relationships: The agent does not benefit if the client does not benefit.)
Not all homes are created equal and neither are all REALTORS®. What sets us apart is our attention to the highest level of performance for our clients. We work together as a team to get the job done....whether buying or selling a home we are here to make it happen
Welcome to Keller Williams Realty, the Debbie Salmon team
A home is not a home because of its room dimensions or the color of the walls. It is about how you feel when you walk through the front door. And the way you can instantly envision your life unfolding there.
This is about more than real estate. It is about your life and your dreams.
Different by design
Keller Williams Realty takes a different approach to real estate, one that is built on personal touches, win-win deals and positive results.
Debbie Salmon utilizes the latest technologies, market research and business strategies to exceed your expectations. More importantly, we listen and that means we find solutions that are tailored to you.
How we can help
Thanks for starting your real estate search with us. This website is full of information for you whether you are looking to buy or sell.
Deciding how much house you can afford
Before you start house hunting, you need to determine how much house you can afford, which will entail getting preapproved for a home loan. A real estate agent can help you find a mortgage broker to begin the process. While getting preapproved is a more in-depth process, a preapproval letter lets both real estate agents and sellers know that you're a serious shopper who means business.
What do I do to get preapproved?
Getting preapproved requires that the lender review your finances, confirming pay stubs, tax records, credit accounts, bank statements and sometimes more. The preapproval amount will not only be a reliable estimate of what you can afford, but your preapproval also indicates that a lender is willing to do business with you, pending the purchase price, market appraisal and the underwriting process.
You can also get prequalified for a loan, which means that a lender has taken some information from you, and made a tentative decision without necessarily verifying any of the information. Prequalification provides you with a quick estimate of the amount you can afford, but is not considered as reliable as preapproval.
What should I ask when shopping for a lender?
What loan programs do you offer and which one do you think is best for me? How long will the loan approval process take? What line items of the loan agreement - if any - are negotiable? What is your policy for locking in interest rates, and will you honor a lower rate if it declines during the lock-in period? Are there fees for prepaying on my loan?
Your real estate agent should have a mortgage broker they are willing to put you in contact with - this lender will be someone they have done business with in the past, and feel comfortable recommending. However, if you decide to do a little comparison shopping and look for a lender on your own, here are a few important questions to ask.
Strive on giving you the best service we can offer. Treat others like you want to be treated and you can't mess up any deal. Let me help you find the home of your dreams! Thats the biggest reward!