Can your Chandler Realtor Provide you with Quality Contractors?

Posted by Cathy Carter on Monday, May 2nd, 2016 at 7:06am.

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Your Chandler Realtor can help you find your dream home.

Perhaps you’ve fallen in love with the Chandler and East Valley region, and are considering purchasing Chandler real estate to live alongside nearly 243,000 other happy residents in the ‘tech corridor.’ Noted by several organizations and publications as one of the best places in the US to reside, Chandler is a vibrant, fast-growing community with award-winning schools, thrilling attractions, and unsurpassed outdoor recreations.

Chandler homes for sale range from golf course homes and condos and town homes to waterfront single-family residences. As an experienced realtor in Chandler, I am certain that we can find your dream home together. However, there are other ways that I am happy to assist you before and after the sale of your home.

Perhaps there are a few small altercations, updates, or additions you’d like to make to your home. As a new resident in Chandler, I understand that you might not have the connections to find the perfect contractor to assist. However, my solid reputation goes beyond merely selling your Chandler real estate – I can also help you find a quality contractor in the area.

How to Find a Reliable Contractor

Of course, you can contact me anytime with any questions about your need for a contractor – going the extra mile is my pleasure! But, if you’d like to explore your options own your own, here are my expert tips for finding the best contractor for your needs.

1. Ask if they are Licensed and Insured

An unlicensed contractor is not likely to be a very good one. Furthermore, contractors must be licensed to be insured, and having insurance is the most important factor in finding a contractor. Without insurance, your homeowner’s insurance or property liability coverage can be help responsible for any damage to persons and your property.

2. Request and Itemized Bid

Shady contractors are notorious for finding ways to add to your bill and increase costs beyond the initial estimate stating, “We didn’t include that part or work in the estimate.” Request and itemized bill before signing the contract, stipulating that you be notified if any cost increases seem necessary before they do the work in question. Ensure that the bid you are getting is a fixed price, rather than an estimate if you want to avoid this potential problem entirely.

3. Inquire How Long They've Worked in the East Valley

A contractor that's familiar with Chandler homes is likely to be familiar with the special requirements of living in our hot climate. This knowledge ensures that they will do the job in such a way that you can count on the repair or addition to be as solid as the rocks that surround the beautiful landscapes we live in.

4. Ask to Meet the Job Foreman

If one of the Chandler homes for sale that you adore is going to require a good bit of work, you'll be working with the contractor for an extended period. Meeting the job foreman before signing a contract can give you an idea of how comfortable your working relationship with the guy in charge will be.like.

There's so much I can do beyond helping you explore Chandler homes for sale. I'm Cathy Carter, and I'm here to help you find a contractor, learn more about the exceptional schools systems that service Chandler, and find the best entertainment from sporting activities to hiking trails. Allow me, as a top realtor in Chandler to assist you in all of your real estate needs - and much more!

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With www.realestatechandler.com you'll be able to find your dream home in no time. If you have any inquiries about homes for sale, connect with Cathy Carter!

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