Moving house can be stressful. And finding the right home in the right location? That can seem like an impossible task, especially if you don’t know the area well.
Having someone who knows the lay of the land is essential, but even more important is someone who knows the area and loves helping people find their ideal new home.
A people person who loves houses!
Alina Araujo has been working in real estate with Windermere Real Estate for eight years — since she started in the field, in fact. Alina had worked in hospitality and on the mortgage side of the industry until she decided she should combine her love of working with people and her love of houses. It’s been a great fit — for Alina and her clients.
Having lived in the area for more than 30 years, Alina knows it well, which is important when you’re looking for the right house in the right neighborhood. Making sure her clients get the right home for them is important. “People are trusting me,” she says. “I always strive to give top notch service to make sure that my clients get the house that fits.”
What you need in your home is as individual as you are
What that fit looks like depends on each individual client’s requirements for their home. Every area offers different things, after all. For some folks, schools are a major priority, while for others, it’s being near walking and hiking trails. Sometimes it’s both. And sometimes it’s an entirely different set of criteria.
Relocation — even sight unseen
For anyone who moves around for work a lot, it’s important to be able to sell up and move on when needed. For them, a frequently asked question is, “What’s the resale like in the area?”
Other people only make that big move once. And some need to make the move having never visited the area at all!
Fortunately, Alina is a relocation specialist and she recently qualified as a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist. She’ll meet you where you are, whether in person, via the phone, or by video, to get the ball rolling and help make your move as seamless as possible.
“The bottom line for me is that I love seeing people get a new home — one they’ve saved for and dreamed of —finding your home should be fun!”