FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

You have questions? We have answers! The motto of BroadPoint is: leading through solutions. The motto derives from the ability of BroadPoint agents to be able to go the extra mile for a client. Agents will exhaust every avenue to provide an answer/solution to a client's need, the answer can never be “no” or “ not possible”. Any question you may have, there is a BroadPoint solution for it! Don't see your questions below? Call us at 866.633.3214

FAQ

Q: How does BroadPoint find qualified renters and buyers?

A: We have built a proprietary network of renters and buyers through our partner
company Compass Furnished Apartments which provides short term housing
solutions to relocating individuals. Our BroadPoint division helps those client
transition from short term to long term housing. We also list and market our
properties on Multiple Listing Services which provides exposure to thousands of real
estate professional who are searching for properties on behalf of their clients. All
prospective candidates are carefully screened using credit checks, landlord references,
and employment verification.

Q: How does BroadPoint prepare my property for rental or sale?

A: The first step to our listing process is to set up a consultation with our owners at
their property to review the listing process. We will determine the listing price
through comparative market analysis, recommend any improvements and staging
techniques. Step two we photograph the property. Step three, we set up the
property on our management software and on the Multiple Listing Services.

Q: How can BroadPoint help manage properties?

A: As a local, full service real estate brokerage and property manager under one roof,
we have the unique ability to assist our landlord clients with the day-to-day
management of their properties. From single point of contact for tenant request, to
utility management to cleaning to maintenance, we offer a menu of ancillary services
to ease the stresses and responsibilities associated with real estate ownership.