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Tucson Golf Estates - Lights shining inside of a golf home overlooking a golf course in Arizona

Portrait of Bill Anderson - Full Service Broker and Tucson Arizona's golf home expert

Bill Anderson has been a Tucson resident since 1962 and graduated from the University of Arizona in 1975. He is the son of pioneer heart surgeon Robert M. Anderson M.D. –  the first heart surgeon in Southern Arizona. Bill has been providing the finest in real estate services since 1994: For 10 years he worked for two of the largest real estate companies in Arizona, and he has been in the top 5% of Realtors® in Tucson for much of his career. In 2004 he earned his real estate broker’s license and started his own company.

Bill founded William Anderson Realty (DBA Tucson Golf Estates) because he does not believe that real estate is just a numbers game, but believes Realtors® should operate with outstanding personalized service and integrity. He became tired of clients falling through the cracks at large firms, and he has made it his goal to serve each and every client to the best of his abilities. Bill is an expert in writing contracts and negotiating, and now limits his services to representing buyers and sellers of luxury golf homes and lots. Bill gives his clients confidence in handling their real estate transactions by not taking on more clients than he can comfortably give outstanding service. He offers his clients extensive experience and an intimate knowledge of Tucson real estate.

Bill’s favorite hobby is golf, and he has been playing the game since 1983.  He was never serious about golf until his son, Nathan, surpassed him in skill when he was only 15 years old. Since then, Bill has become an avid golfer who continually strives to perfect his game. Tucson has some of the most beautiful golf courses in the world, and Bill feels privileged to work with others who love the game to help them find the perfect Tucson Golf Estate.

Mission Statement

To provide such exceptional advice and outstanding personalized service that you will be
proud to recommend Bill to your family and friends.

Promises to my clients:

  • I will strive to go beyond your expectations.
  • I will always put my clients’ needs first.
  • I will strive to take the anxiety out of real estate transactions.
  • I will put you at ease by staying on top of every detail in a timely manner.
  • I will keep you informed on a regular and on-going basis.

“I realize that buying an estate is one of the most important decisions in your life, which demands time and careful consideration. Time is of the essence in real estate, but I will never pressure you to make a rash decision.”

Why Use A Broker?

Would you hire a paralegal rather than attorney for the same price? Would you hire a nurse rather than a doctor to do surgery? Why not hire a Broker rather than an agent that works for a Broker. A broker has the extra training and experience that not all agents have. Bill has over 22 years experience in selling Tucson real estate, with over 12 years as a Broker.

When Bill Anderson is working for you, there is no need to worry about whether your agent has your best interest in mind. He takes the duties in the Realtor’s Code of Ethics very seriously. The relationship between a buyer or seller and their Realtor® needs to be built on trust and assurance that the Realtor’s® fiduciary responsibilities to his client are being fulfilled without compromise. You can rest assured that Bill’s clients are his number one priority.

History

Bill respects his duty of confidentiality. Many buyer’s agents will give “feedback” to seller’s agents after a showing when they are asked by the listing agent. Naive buyer’s agents can unwittingly compromise your bargaining position. You will never have to worry about Bill leaking confidential information to the buyer or seller. Bill promises to show you every available property in your price range and interest area. Bill will be certain to show you all of the relevant information, without compromise, that will allow you to make an informed decision when purchasing your home.

The Difference

Dual agency is when one Broker represents both the buyer and seller in a single transaction. While dual agency is legal in Arizona, ethically, the practice is questionable when considering that an agent is required to represent their clients to the best of their abilities. When you accept Limited Dual Representation, the agent basically becomes a facilitator that cannot give advice to either buyer or seller. Beware of limited dual representation unless you are certain that the Realtor has integrity beyond reproach.

 

Representation

A dual representative, by law, cannot give advice to either side. An Exclusive Broker can give advice freely, and must keep all sensitive information about his client confidential, unless a disclosure is authorized by the client or is required by law. If you consent to “Limited Dual Representation,” then the real estate agent you hired will cease to represent you and essentially become a highly paid mediator whose only function is to complete paperwork.

Client First

I take my Fiduciary Responsibilities to my clients very seriously. A buyer’s agent owes his client a duty to put his client’s interests above all else, including his own. Honesty, integrity, and confidentiality are hallmarks of an agent who only has your interests at heart. I promise to give you advice to the best of my ability and knowledge, and to not share your confidential information with any third party.

A Win Win Situation

Why take a chance on someone who may compromise your confidentiality and interests? Hire me today and you will not have to be concerned. I am an expert on Tucson golf properties, and I will show you every home on the market that meets your needs, regardless of who represents the seller. I am not just an agent or Realtor®, but a Broker with the extra education and experience that many agents lack. If you want someone to make the process of finding the perfect home for you and take the anxiety out of the buying process, please call me.

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