There are many qualities needed to be a great realtor - subject matter expertise, communication skills, integrity, negotiation skills, having a network or team of skilled resources, hard work ethic.  Without all of these, no realtor can be successful.

One of the reasons I became a realtor is that I have always enjoyed providing stellar customer service and going that extra mile to help clients get what they need.  As a realtor serving St Pete, St Pete Beach, Treasure Island and surrounding areas my clients and their needs come first.  What does this really mean? Firstly, I understand what people I work with need by asking questions and listening.  Secondly, I go out of my way to help clients reach their real estate goals, whether its offering honest advice about pricing or presentation, or being hands on to get answers or find resources to help.  Thirdly, I appreciate that every client is different and every real estate transaction is different, requiring different styles, different skills and different levels of help.

This client-first approach has enabled me to work with a variety of clients and grow my business through referrals.

When you are ready to buy or sell a home in St Petersburg, St Pete Beach, Treasure Island, Madeira Beach, Largo,  Seminole or Safety Harbor then contact me by phone/text  727.401.5997 or email Tim@timwoodrealtor.com.

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