Why Use Matthew Coates as Your Real Estate Agent?
Matthew got his real estate license in 2007. This was probably one of the worst possible times to get in to the real estate business, as we really started seeing the downturn of the Phoenix real estate marketplace from the huge 2004-2006 price run-ups. While many agents were getting out, he started cultivating relationships and marketing himself as a trusted real estate advisor.
He is also very knowledgeable about the market. Matthew grew up in the Phoenix-metro area and is up-to-date on what is happening across the valley in terms of the real estate market, including where prices are now, where they are trending, and other important information you should be aware of in your next real estate transaction. Matthew also returns ALL voicemails, texts, and emails to clients in a timely fashion, and makes sure a competent agent is available to help if he is not, for example, when away on vacation.
In addition, Matthew has credibility in the media with has real estate expertise. Having been quoted in Trulia and featured for a news story on Channel 3 Phoenix, he continues to use his knowledge to benefit the general public. In May 2014 Matthew was interviewed by The Arizona Republic in Arizona about how his social media skills benefit his real estate clients. article here
Matthew is well-versed in traditional sales, short sales, relocation, and bank-owned foreclosures and has confidently represented countless clients in these types of transactions.
Track record of happy clients : Matthew’s track record speaks for itself. Take a look at his client reviews on Zillow.
Matthew has been involved with over 300 real estate transactions during his 9 years in the business, and feels equally confident in providing sound real estate advice to both buyers and sellers.
Matthew utilities technology and social media marketing for the benefits of his clients. He uses those connections to promote your home listing, or if you are buying, networking with other agents in the area who may have a “pocket listing”, which means a home that is about to go on the market that no one knows about yet.