Agent Profile

Greg Vazzana

Sales Associate

Winter Park
400 S Park Ave Ste 210
Winter ParkFL  32789-4320
Cell (321) 947-7218
Office (407) 647-1211

About Me

Greg Vazzana REALTOR® delivers on a promise of a one-stop-shopping opportunity for homebuyers and sellers. A Chicago native, who lived in Boston for two years, then moved to Orlando in 2001. I love Central Florida. I have made it my family’s home. I want to make sure you feel the same way by putting in the time to listen and provide you, the customer, with a full service real estate experience. I will work with you throughout the entire home search and negotiation process, and assist in finalizing the details.

I am your conduit to a competent real estate experience.

About My Services

  • Live and sell by the Golden Rule
  • Open communication and accessibility
  • Commitment to family and clients
  • Personal professional services with a bit of humor and a some sarcasm
  • Teamwork with mortgage brokers, inspectors, title agents
  • Honesty and integrity
  • My goal is to serve you well enough that you recommend me to your friends and relatives

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Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate is part of the largest full-service residential real estate brokerage in the U.S. and on the Internet .   We have the relationships and the resources necessary to provide unprecedented global exposure for your property.


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Affiliations

  • Member, National Association of Realtors
  • Member, Florida Association of Realtors
  • Member, Orlando Regional Realtor Association

Negotiate Your Best House Buy in Winter Park

By: G. M. Filisko Orig. Pub 2010-06-04

Keep your emotions in check and your eyes on the goal, and you’ll pay less when purchasing a home in Winter Park. When negotiating for every concession you make, ask for something in return. Buying a home can be emotional, but negotiating shouldn’t be. An agent who represents you can guide you and offer advice, but you are the one who must make the final decision during each round of offers.

Here are six tips for negotiating the best price on a home in Winter Park.



1. Get prequalified for a mortgage

Getting prequalified for a mortgage proves to sellers that you’re serious about buying and capable of affording their home. Most sellers in this market will not consider an offer without proof of funds or prequalification.



2. Ask questions

Get information to help you understand the sellers’ financial position and motivation. Are they facing foreclosure? Have they already purchased a home and need to avoid paying two mortgages? Information is Power, USE IT to your advantage.



3. Work back from a final price to determine your initial offer

Know in advance the most you’re willing to pay, to set the tone for the entire negotiation. A too-low bid may offend sellers emotionally invested in the price; a high bid may lead you to spend more than necessary.



4. Avoid contingencies

Sellers favor offers that leave little to chance. Keep your bid free of complicated contingencies, but keep contingencies for mortgage approval, home inspection.



5. Remain unemotional

Buying a home is a business transaction, treating it that way saves money. If the sellers ask you to boost your price, ask them to contribute to closing costs. If sellers won’t budge, make it clear you’re willing to walk.



6. Don’t let competition change your plan

Competitively priced homes can draw multiple offers in any market. Don’t let competition propel you to go beyond your predetermined price or agree to concessions that are unfavorable.

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