Era Strother Real Estate

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  • 2931 Breezewood Ave

    Fayetteville, NC 28303

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  • 910-864-2325

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This is just a note...as far as with seller agents and buyer agent. Any company you go to they are automatically the seller's agent until you sign with them to be your buyer's agent. Not many know this. I did not until I took a real estate class. Just keep that in mind.

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This is just a note...as far as with seller agents and buyer agent. Any company you go to they are automatically the seller's agent until you sign with them to be your buyer's agent. Not many know this. I did not until I took a real estate class. Just keep that in mind.

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This company will push you to use their "preferred" lender, and only later will you find out that the "lender" is actually not a lender at all but a broker! Big Difference. They seem to be interested in only keeping all the business "in house" rather then what might be best for the customer. Be careful when dealing with this company!!

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This company will push you to use their "preferred" lender, and only later will you find out that the "lender" is actually not a lender at all but a broker! Big Difference. They seem to be interested in only keeping all the business "in house" rather then what might be best for the customer. Be careful when dealing with this company!!

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A few years ago my experience with ERA was not that positive. (We purchased a new home in Harnett County.) They are working with builders all over Cumberland and surrounding counties who are building homes that have several flaws. Get an inspection even if your home is brand new! Choose an inspector outside the area. Do not hire one that they recommend. ERA is too busy trying to make millions as fast as they can. They don't care to truly meet the needs of their clients and, yes, they tend to only show homes that are part of their business community. Remax is a better choice, I believe.

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A few years ago my experience with ERA was not that positive. (We purchased a new home in Harnett County.) They are working with builders all over Cumberland and surrounding counties who are building homes that have several flaws. Get an inspection even if your home is brand new! Choose an inspector outside the area. Do not hire one that they recommend. ERA is too busy trying to make millions as fast as they can. They don't care to truly meet the needs of their clients and, yes, they tend to only show homes that are part of their business community. Remax is a better choice, I believe.

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My husband and I were preparing to move to the Fayetteville area. We were put in contact with ERA through a program with our bank. We were eager to begin our quest to find a home prior to moving. It seemed as our first agent was only interested in selling us a home listed through ERA or homes he had listed as the seller agent. If the agent we had was listed as the seller agent then he could not help us with the offer. What is the point of having an agent if they cannot help write a contract for an offer? Our second agent through ERA took a long time getting back to us (average of a week) on any question or inquiry we made about a house. We were not a priority since we were not in the area yet. With only a week before moving and not receiving any help through ERA we went with another company who appreciated our business. I will never regret not going through ERA. Our new company (buyer??s agent who works independently of main stream real-estate companies) did a fantastic job. In the future we will never consider ERA when buying or selling a home.

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My husband and I were preparing to move to the Fayetteville area. We were put in contact with ERA through a program with our bank. We were eager to begin our quest to find a home prior to moving. It seemed as our first agent was only interested in selling us a home listed through ERA or homes he had listed as the seller agent. If the agent we had was listed as the seller agent then he could not help us with the offer. What is the point of having an agent if they cannot help write a contract for an offer? Our second agent through ERA took a long time getting back to us (average of a week) on any question or inquiry we made about a house. We were not a priority since we were not in the area yet. With only a week before moving and not receiving any help through ERA we went with another company who appreciated our business. I will never regret not going through ERA. Our new company (buyer??s agent who works independently of main stream real-estate companies) did a fantastic job. In the future we will never consider ERA when buying or selling a home.

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