Hire a Team

How To Get Your Real Estate Agent
to Work Five Times as Hard

Hire a Team of Professionals REALTORs: Alamo, Danville, Dublin, Pleasanton, San Ramon, & Walnut Creek, CA

The fact is, there isn’t much more to the average real estate agent than the agent themselves.

Most real estate agents & REALTORS operate a one-person show – and they’re probably breaking their backs trying to do a good job for their clients. Most real estate agents couldn’t really work any harder than they’re already working. We know, because we, too, used to do it this way.

Harper Mees TeamBut we don’t anymore because we found that our client’s suffered from our good intentions. The fact is, you may be sympathetic to the fact that your REALTOR in Alamo, Danville, Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, San Ramon, or Walnut Creek is working as hard as humanly possible, but if the quality and profitability of your home sale suffers as a result of them trying to do everything themselves… well, …you have a right to feel disappointed.

The simple explanation is that we built a team of real estate professionals to help us be in 10 places at once, and therefore greatly enhance the quality of service we can deliver to our clients. This is basically how other professionals like your banker or lawyer operate. And on top of this, we use cutting edge technology to dramatically improve the speed, efficiency and innovative capabilities of every part of the service we deliver.

Because of the highly unique way we’ve structured our real estate office . . .

Our client’s homes sell for more money in less time!

And because The Harper Team has sold a lot of homes, we have extensive home-selling experience that puts more money in our client’s pockets.

Homes for Sale
Danville & San Ramon, California

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