New Romeo title office ribbon cutting ceremony set for August 15th brings a new superhero to town for assisting home sellers, investors and real estate professionals with their closings
Online PR News – 14-August-2012 – Detroit, MI – New Romeo title office ribbon cutting ceremony set for August 15th brings a new superhero to town for assisting home sellers, investors and real estate professionals with their closings
The Romeo-Washington Chamber of Commerce has announced a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of the new offices of Romeo’s only independent title company.
It’s no secret that real estate transactions have become a little more challenging today in the wake of the housing crisis but the latest statistics show the local market quickly picking up steam. The most recent data from Trulia shows Romeo home prices shooting up a stunning 27.5% since last year, with the average price per square foot increasing 10% during the same period, while the local average listing price shot up 24.3% in the last week alone. However, every real estate professional and anyone who has sold a home in the area recently will say that an experienced title representative and high quality closing coordinator makes all of the difference in getting the deal done and the transaction successfully closing, and on time.
This is perhaps what makes this title office opening so important for the local community and with owner Erika Weichel nicknamed “Superwoman” by many of her clients there is unlikely anyone better to head it up.
The office of My Coordinator, LLC an affiliate of Continental Title Agency is opening in downtown Romeo at 228 North Main Street and will offer an extensive range of real estate services to serve local homeowners, buyers, real estate investors, mortgage lenders and Realtors.
Services include title searches, escrow services, issuing title insurance, property tax searches, notary services; document recording and real estate closings with professional staff available even before and after business hours and on weekends, with mobile closers for those who find it more convenient to sign documents in the comfort of their own homes.
Having extensive experience working with out of state and even out of country property owners and investors Erika Weichel has earned an incredible reputation for assisting out of area clients and connecting them with a full range of services from incorporating and banking to tax advice and real estate attorneys for maximizing investments and sales proceeds.
There appears to be no types of transactions outside of the scope of which the firm can help with from purchases and sales to refinances and assisting investors with 401(k), 1031 exchange, self-directed IRA and land contract transactions.
It sounds like working with My Coordinator, LLC is like having your own personal ninja or superhero real estate assistant, only without all the costs. In fact the title company even includes 6 years of free marketing on behalf of professionals which use it.
Erika Weichel boasts 17 years’ experience in the industry is actively involved with the Oakland County Real Estate Investors Association and is of course a member of the Romeo Chamber of Commerce. She says “My job is to make your life easier. I handle all the tough behind-the-scenes parts and paperwork and allow you to save valuable time and get on with closing more deals or spending more time with your family”.
All those interested in attending the ribbon cutting ceremony on August 15th at 12 noon are welcomed to stop by meet Erika and network with other local real estate and business professionals.
More details about the company and title services can be found on the website at http://www.MyCoordinatorLLC.com as well as discovering access to free forms and calculators. In fact every reader really ought to check out the truly unique and refreshing website design. If the company’s attention to detail and passion for title work is anything like the effort put into the website Romeo home buyers, sellers, investors and local real estate professionals couldn’t hope to be in better hands.