Diane Cardano Casacio

Profile of an Expert

“Ask yourself. Does YOUR Real Estate Expert Meet These Criteria?”

  • Interviews their potential clients to make sure the homeowner
    fits their real estate consulting services.
  • Has at least a decade of experience and has survived in both a
    Buyer’s & Seller’s market.
  • Sold over 500 homes, and in the last three years, averages 100
    homes a year, predominately sells Listings.
  • Sells 99% of the homes they list three times as fast as the area’s
    average.
  • Has a Broker’s License and other credentials such as GRI, CRS
    and ASP (Accredited Staging Professional).
  • Has a Team that consists of an Administrative Staff as well as a
    Team of Buyer and Listing Specialists who works with either
    Buyers or Sellers, respectively.
  • Only works with sellers – your best Realtors are Listing
    Specialists.
  • Most of their business comes from referrals, approximately 95%.
  • Has a list of at least 100 References with phone numbers and
    testimonials for you to review.
  • Lists their properties on over 40 web sites nationally to expose
    their listings to many different types of buyers in both Pennsylvania
    and to relocation buyers, all over the world.
  • Offers an Easy-Exit Agreement that allows their clients to fire
    them after 30 days in the MLS, no questions asked.
  • Spends $10,000 – $25,000 a year learning new systems, ideas and
    technologies from other experts around the country to be on the
    leading edge in the industry.
  • They are consultants first and sales people second. They ask
    their clients thought provoking questions that most Realtors
    would not take the risk of asking.
  • When negotiating your asset, they treat your money as if it were
    their own and when it comes time to making or saving you money
    they act like a PIT BULL.
  • They understand that managing transactional details is very
    important. Even the smallest mistake can be extremely costly
    to their clients.
  • They are not like the Average Realtor who operates their
    business like a taxi cab service, moving from one client to another,
    just working for the commission check.
  • They operate their business like a limousine service, spending
    80% of their time working with the clients that they have.
    They give such great service that their clients refer at least 2
    people to them before the transaction is over.
  • They believe that even the most sophisticated people today need
    the most expert consulting, negotiating and the best transactional
    management
    that best fits their needs.
  • They believe that all Realtors are not the same. They are not all
    created equal.