Man of many hats helps buyers and sellers
Tim Morissette is a man who wears many hats, both literally and figuratively. Students at Foothill Ranch Elementary School love the comical hats he wears when he reads to them, and then there’s the Santa hat he wears as “Santa Tim” during the holidays. But it’s the myriad of real estate “hats” that this award-winning top producer wears that his clients appreciate the most.
Whether it’s negotiating a deal for his clients, putting on his marketing hat and getting a property sold quickly and for the best price, or listening to his clients to be sure he really understands what is truly important to them in the purchase of their next home, Tim delivers – and then some.
As a self-proclaimed “eternal optimist,” it’s hard not to like this personable, sincere, honest and hard-working agent who believes that if you do what you fear most, you’ll fear nothing; and that if you perceive, you will achieve.
“I believe in what I’m doing, and because of that, I can accomplish anything,” Tim said, acknowledging that being with the No. 1-ranked company in Orange County is a big plus. “I’ve been with First Team for 15 years. I love their proprietary programs, marketing and support. I’m there for my clients, and they are there for me.”
Tim says it’s important to strategically market properties online. This includes syndication and enhancement of listings as well as pay-per-click. Key positioning due the strong online presence of First Team also plays an important role in helping him get properties sold.
Tim believes today’s market is both a seller and a buyer’s market.
“Low inventory and exceptional property values often result in a bidding war with the sale price escalating above the list price – which is great for sellers. However, property values are still lower than they’ve been in years – similar to 2003 prices and with the lowest interest rates in history since 1930,” Tim said. “It’s a great time to buy, so it’s good for buyers and sellers.”
To inject some optimism and success into your next real estate transaction, contact Tim at (949) 412-2233 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.