who can I contact about seeing multiple properties in one day?

My fiancé and I currently live an hour south of Gainesville and would like to work out one day to see the few of the properties we have inquired about. We have requested information almost 2 weeks ago and have yet to receive a phone call.
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answer by Alma Kee    |   Contact Me
Sorry but some rental properties offer as little as $50 to a tenant's Realtor so you will probably have difficulty for a Realtor to take a day to show you rentals--unless you agree to compensate her if a listing is offering the minimal fee. Some listings will offer $300 so on those listings you wouldn't have to reach into your pocket to compensate your Realtor. If you're a first time homebuyer (can't have owned a home in past 3 years) then you may be able to get $10k from the State of Florida to buy a home. Also on rentals, if you just need a "temporary" place to live until you can buy or if you want to wait and explore the area then you might want to keep it simple and rent in an apartment complex. After all it's only a "temporary" living arrangement. Otherwise if you want to try to rent a non-apartment type property then you MUST do due diligence to verify a) the person collecting the money from you is the actual owner and b) the owner is not in foreclosure. Good luck! Alma Kee, Tampa Realtor
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answer by Silvia Moukhtara Nemer    |   Contact Me
Hi Elizabeth, I'm sorry you never heard back from the person you reached out to! I would recommend contacting another Realtor with the properties you are interested in seeing. I would also send her what you are looking for in a home (wants and needs), and she may be able to find some additional homes that you are your fiance can visit. If you do plan on seeing a lot of homes, I would recommend scheduling your visit as early as possible to ensure that you can get in to see them all in one day. Silvia
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answer by Silvia Moukhtara Nemer    |   Contact Me
Hi Elizabeth, I'm sorry that you haven't heard back from the person you reached out to. I would recommend you contact another Realtor regarding the properties you are interested in viewing. I would also send her what you are looking for in a home (wants and needs), and she may be able to locate a few more for you and your fiance to view. If you plan on viewing a lot of homes, the earlier you schedule your visit the more likely you will be able to view them all in one day. Hope that helps! Silvia
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answer by Ben Phillips    |   Contact Me
Any Realtor can but you need to find one that will, return your calls, reply to your emails and always have your best interest as their top priority. I would be happy to schedule time with you and your fiance' to see properties in the Gainesville area. Please don't hesitate to contact me at at your convenience if I can be of assistance. Ben Phillips
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answer by Marsha Philips    |   Contact Me
You aren't calling the right people if they don't return calls!! My husband and I work full time as realtors and we ANSWER phone calls. We often show up to 10 houses at a time. More than that is not recommended, as the homes tend to run together after that. Hope you will contact us.
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answer by Chris Handy    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Find a good buyers' Realtor, stick with him or her. Make sure they a full-time, and I'm sure you could get into all the properties. It's all about loyalty, and you don't have to keep meeting agents over and over. Good luck. These are exciting times! Chris Handy
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