Property Management

We are the Place to Be to find BOTH quality residential rentals and to find a property manager that is an expert in locating and screening the best residents. We are also experts in maintaining your quality home, duplex, condominium, and apartment building, retail, and office space. Contact us today at (336) 577-5240.

We serve Davie County, Davidson County, Forsyth County and surrounding areas including, but not limited to, Winston Salem, Clemmons, Lewisville, Pfafftown, Mocksville, Advance, Lexington, Welcome, Tyro, Reeds, Churchland.

   











Susan Pifer, REALTOR®

Broker/Owner, Property Manager

Susan Pifer is recognized as a REALTOR who expertly advises her clients in today's new world of real estate.

Susan has been a Triad resident all her life. Her in-depth knowledge of Piedmont real estate has been invaluable to her clients who appreciate Susan’s personal attention and professional expertise. Susan has 10+ years real estate sales experience and managing residential/commercial rental properties.

Sellers find that Susan has a unique sense of what evokes the kind of emotion in buyers that makes them fall in love with a home.  Her focus on details and customized marketing campaign generates a level of interest and excitement that has consistently produced results and accepted offers often within days of being on the market.  Sellers are always assured that Susan’s high-touch service will maximize success and minimize stress. 

As a Buyer’s agent, Susan has successfully represented clients with a broad range of needs. Home buyers rely on Susan’s insider market knowledge and local expertise to help them find just the right place and neighborhood to call home.

Prior to real estate, Susan enjoyed a technical career with Wachovia Bank as well as experience with the local school systems.

Susan’s background has translated well into helping guide her clients through the intricate maze of real estate negotiations and transactional details.  She knows how to ask the right questions at the right time, understands the importance of meeting deadlines with accurate information and has put together a network of people to provide the highest level of personal service. 

When Susan is not placing new high quality tenants into your rentals she spends time with her family or volunteering with her church as a member of the technical team and event coordination.

We rent & sell homes, not houses.

When you work with Pifer Real Estate, you can expect us to be your resource, guiding every step of the way. You can expect a high level of service throughout your home-selling process.  The home-selling services your agent will provide you include:

Initial Consultation

  • Determining your needs and priorities
  • Previewing a marketing plan
  • Reviewing your prepared Comparative Market Analysis
  • Establish a competitive pricing strategy


Listing Your Home For Sale

  • Discuss home enhancement recommendations
  • Discuss your property’s marketing plan


Advertising

One real estate agent can represent many potential buyers; therefore, it is important to market your home to other agents as well as the general buying public in order to improve the timeliness of selling your home.

Agent to Agent Advertising

Real Estate agents are able to show potential buyers all of the homes available on the multiple listing service (MLS). By listing your home with us, not only will your home be well-represented on the MLS, you will also gain the additional advantages of:

  • Placement on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) within 24 hours of listing
  • Research of property information: zoning, taxes, flood plain, etc.
  • A lock box on your property to allow other agents to show your home
  • Placement of a yard sign at your property
  • Scheduling an office tour for other agents to view your property
  • Email marketing that enables your agent to send e-cards notifying other real estate agents about your property being listed


Marketing to the Public

There are many benefits of choosing to work with Susan Pifer Real Estate. Below are some of the advertising opportunities we provide:

  • Fliers with photos, features and descriptions
  • Virtual tours
  • Listings posted on Realtor.com, Zillow.com, Trulia.com and other popular websites
  • Monthly real estate guides syndicated throughout the local area
  • Open houses
  • Direct-mail postcards
  • Office open 7-days a week
  • Agent on-call 24/7
  • Yard Signs
  • Discuss showings and express to you agent/buyer feedback
  • Monitor and pass on results of marketing plan
  • Discuss modification of marketing plan and pricing strategy as necessary


Review Offer and Reach Agreement with Buyer

  • Discuss and clarify proposed terms and conditions with you
  • Negotiate possible counter offer
  • Reach final agreement, sign all documents pertaining to the sale
  • Prepare net sheet


Completing the Sale

  • Negotiation of inspections
  • Removal of remaining contingencies
  • Title search, preliminary title report
  • Scheduling buyer’s final walk-through of property
  • Scheduling the closing
  • Recording of title


After-Sale Service

An agent can help you find your next home, as needed and assist you with relocation, as needed

Home Selling Tips

No one has a more important role in the home-selling process than you. Here are some ways your participation can contribute to a successful sale:

  • Maintain the property in ready-to-show condition
  • Ensure that the house is easily accessible to real estate professional (lock box and key).
  • Try to be flexible in the scheduling of showings.
  • When you are not at home, let an agent know how you can be reached in case an offer is received.
  • If approached directly by a buyer who is not represented by a real estate professional, please contact the agent. Do not allow them into the property unescorted.
  • Remove or lock up valuables, jewelry, cash and prescription medications.
  • If possible, do not be present when the property is being shown.
  • Securely pen-up pets, or take them with you.
  • Be cautious about saying anything to buyers or their sales professional that could weaken your negotiating position, especially regarding price or your urgency to sell.
  • Collect the business cards of the real estate professionals who preview and show your home, and pass them on to the agent.
  • Let an agent know of any changes in the property’s condition that would need to be disclosed to potential buyers.
  • Be available to review with the agent the list price and condition of your property if it has not sold in a reasonable period of time.
  • Feel free to contact the agent at any time with questions or concerns.


Why use an agent

Buying and selling property can be complex and stressful tasks. In fact, for many people it's the biggest single investment they will make in their lifetime. Real estate transactions have become increasingly complicated. New technology, laws and procedures require real estate practitioners to perform at an ever-increasing level of professionalism. It's more important than ever that you work with an agent who has a keen understanding of the real estate business.

According to the National Association of REALTORS¨ (2006 NAR Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers), close to 4 out of 5 existing homes in the U.S. have been entrusted to real estate professionals.