First, our approved network agents are licensed and in good-standing with the state; they are full-time real estate professionals with a minimum of 5 years in the business, associated with one of the top brokerage firms, have a business track record of a representative number of completed transactions in the immediate community and price range where you will be purchasing a home, have agreed to our client service expectations and in most cases must be a certified Realtor.Secondly, each home buying and selling situation is different. When you are ready to buy or sell, Homezie gathers information and conducts a personal interview with you to confirm your selling or buying area, price range, time frame and other personal needs. Homezie then applies our algorithm, interviews final top choice agents in our data base and recommends typically two (2) who are top producers in (a) the immediate area that you are selling in or looking to buy in (b) your home sale or purchase price range and (c) best fits your needs in all other areas.
Step 1: Contact Homezie first! To ensure you qualify for maximum benefits from Homezie, you should not engage with that agent until you have spoken with Homezie and understand your options.
Step 2: Homezie will advise you if that agent is a member of its approved network. If yes, then Homezie will contact that agent and discuss the needed agreements for your advantage. If your agent is not a member of Homezie’s approved network, Homezie will contact and interview that agent. If their qualifications meet Homezie criteria and agreement is secured, the transaction can move forward.NOTE: Should your agent not meet our qualifications or elect not to accept needed agreements, please know you always have the option to still use that agent, however, you may forfeit your eligibility for certain benefits provided by Homezie.