Ed Keeler

Ed Keeler
XL Real Estate
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Advantage to buyers
Smooth and Stress Free Transaction
You’ve heard the horror stories about last minute problems that delay settlement—after you’ve already loaded all your worldly possessions onto a moving truck. Skip the nightmare! Ed has identified the best inspectors, mortgage professionals, and title companies to assure you of a smooth transaction that settles right on time.
The Secret to a Successful Offer
Many people believe that price is the only concern of a seller. There are often other issues that are more important to a seller. Ed Keeler has become very successful at learning about the seller’s needs and being creative in writing your offer. As a result, we can often save you money and help to get you the home of your dreams.
Discover Property Defects Before Making an Offer
Often buyers fall in love with a house, but fail to notice potential problems or items that could be huge expenses after a purchase. Since the home inspection is conducted after the offer is negotiated, they’re surprised when the home inspector identifies problems. This places the buyer in the difficult situation of trying to negotiate major repairs by the seller. Ed can help you to avoid many of these difficulties by pointing out potential problems as you view the home.
  • B.S. in Marketing—University of Maryland
  • B.A. in Communications— University of Maryland
  • Graduate Realtor Institute
  • Only 19% of Realtors have earned the GRI designation. It requires a specific, intensive series of 90 hours of classroom instruction,  covering a variety of subjects including: contract law, professional standards, sales and marketing, and finance.

  • Became a Realtor in 1988
  • Owned and Managed Rental Properties
  • Became a Broker in 2004
Becoming a Real Estate Salesperson in Maryland merely requires 60 hours of education and passing a 110 question test. To be a Broker, you need an additional 135 hours of education, 3 years of experience and must pass a 120 question test.

Advantage to Sellers
Explosive Marketing Campaign
Ed puts his degree in marketing to good use by exposing your property to more than 60,000 local agents and on web sites that draw millions of consumers monthly.
Thoroughness to insure that the transaction settles
Ed requires  that all offers include a financial information sheet from the  purchaser. He personally reviews the qualifications of the purchaser and  interviews the lender to make sure that your property settles without  any last minute surprises.
You won’t get nickled and dimed
Most real  estate companies are now charging their clients additional “Processing  fees” of $300-$500 dollars per transaction on top of their commission.  Ed continues to charge a flat commission, with no add-ons!

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