The Hunziker Team
The Hunziker Team is a full-service real estate team serving buyers, sellers, and investors in North Central Florida with Five Star Service.
Randy is a licensed attorney, certified mediator, real estate coach, real estate mentor, real estate instructor, real estate author, and an insurance specialist offering a unique set of skills that no other realtors possess. Strong negotiating and problem resolution are two of Randy’s greatest strengths. Randy’s clients TRUST him to handle their real estate transactions professionally because of his combination of real estate expertise and law experience.
Randy Hunziker, J.D.
Best known for being a hard worker with a true love for residential real estate, people, and the community. Kyle has developed strong, lasting relationships throughout the community that gives clients a warm feeling of family.
Kyle Hunziker, MBA
Questions to Ask Your Realtor
What’s your average sale to list price ratio?
This is an estimator of how well the agent negotiates and prices homes according to the market. An agent with a low sale to list price ratio is someone who consistently prices homes improperly which means sellers net less due to the listing getting “stale”. Essentially, this is a measurement of pricing skill, truthfulness of an agent with seller clients, and negotiation skills. If the agent doesn’t have this number immediately available, either they don’t care about their results or don’t track their results, both of which are bad for you.
What is your average days on market?
This is a measurement of pricing and marketing. If an agent is consistently selling faster, it’s likely they have a larger buyer pool and more relationships with other agents who have buyers. They also have a strong ability to market the home and create excitement around the property to generate showings and offers.
How many sales have you made (not your brokerage or other members of the team) in the last 12 months?
Selling a home is financial surgery, you want an experienced surgeon on your largest investment. You don't want a hobbyist, friend, family member, or neighbor who just happens to have their license...
Where can I see verified reviews and sales?
Since Google, Facebook, and Zillow are the largest real estate sites, you should instantly Google your agent. Make sure they have at a minimum a Zillow profile and have a strong track record of recent reviews and sales. If your agent doesn’t have reviews or sales, then it’s possible they don’t care about serving you at a high level, or they’re not marketing online, which is where buyers are. We are in the information age. If they’re not marketing themselves online, they’re probably not marketing your listing either. This is bad for you.