Off-Market Listings

As your trusted real estate advisors, we can guide you on how to discover off-market properties. 

Explore exclusive listings available only through real estate agents. Check out assignment sales offered by builders or investors. Get professional advice about properties being sold by their owners on online platforms or local classifieds. 

Let us help you uncover your dream property even if it's not on the market!

New Build Homes - Assignment Sales

Assignment sales can offer buyers the opportunity to purchase a property that is not yet built or completed at a potentially lower price than purchasing directly from the developer. By buying the rights to the property from the original buyer, or assignor, the new buyer, or assignee, can take advantage of potential market changes and appreciation before the property is completed. However, it is important to understand that assignment sales can be complex and require legal advice. Overall, assignment sales can be a beneficial option for buyers looking to purchase a property in a competitive real estate market.

In most cases, assignment sales are not publicly advertised.  Fill in the form below and we will let you know of any assignment sales that may be of interest to you.

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  • What type of home are you looking for?
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  • For example, $400,000 to $500,000
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Exclusive and Coming Soon Listings

Exclusive listings are homes for sale that are not listed on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). These properties are usually not publicly advertised and are often known only to a select group of agents or brokers. Exclusive listings can offer a unique opportunity for buyers who are looking for something special, as they are often high-end properties or in desirable locations. Sellers may choose to use an exclusive listing when they are not quite ready to list their home on the open market but are open to offers.  

A few days before they appear on the MLS®, listings are often promoted as "coming soon" giving buyers time to see the home as soon as it hits the market. 

Both "exclusives" and "coming soon" can give buyers a chance to get in early and potentially snag a great deal before the property hits the open market.