Let us know where you're looking for an agent, the current value of your property or your estimated budget.
We will then use this information to help find the best agent for you based on your own unique requirements.
Buying or selling a home is a big decision. You want to feel
comfortable with your agent. Realtors who look like us and have similar cultures help bring a sense of trust to the buying and selling process.
We partner with the top black real estate agents at brokerages and independent firms across the country.
If you’re buying, they know the neighborhood, from our perspective, so they will better understand your requirements to ensure you find a home in the perfect location.
If you’re selling a home, proven and trustworthy agents will negotiate to ensure that you get the best price for your property.
Lots of websites rank agents by sales volume or by how many reviews they have. What they don’t tell you is which agents have sold homes for someone like you.
It’s this human element that sets us apart so that we can match you with a real estate agent that truly understands your needs.
We will match you with an agent who is experienced, knows how to market your home, and will sell negotiate a fast and fair price for your home.
It’s important to have a real estate agent who you can trust to look out for your best interests when buying a home.
African American realtors are unique local experts who go beyond simply looking at the numbers to understand the demographic makeup of your desired neighborhood.
They know the real neighborhood. From the school systems and police stations to the local churches, barbershops and beauty salons.
As insiders, they are uniquely positioned to help you assess what homes would be best for you. Regardless whether your desired home is in an affluent neighborhood or an up and coming one, our agents can help.
Over 130 properties listed throughout MD.
Avg 42 days on the market
98% Customer Satisfaction Rating.
Serving the Orlando, FL area, Darryl is a dedicated professional with 5 sales in the past 3 months. He seeks to give all his clients the full attention they deserve
“With over t3 years of experience, and 137 home bought and sold, Britney is an agent you want on your side if you’re in San Diego.
No. Our service is 100% free for buyers and sellers, and there’s no commitment required.
Real estate is a highly personal business and there’s only so much we can get to know about your needs from an online form. The better we understand the situation you’re in, what you’re looking to do, and what your motivations and personality are like, the more we can refine your search.
We want you to have the best possible experience working with the agent we recommend and talking to you about your needs is the best way to ensure you find a perfect fit.
No. There’s no way for an agent to purchase advertising on or pay for preferential positioning on our site. The only way agents can influence our rankings is to do better work for clients, handle more transactions, and improve their stats.
When you complete your transaction with the agent recommended by Real Black Agents, the agent pays us a customary broker-to-broker referral fee. It’s a standard industry practice for agents to pay these types of fees to other parties like relocation companies or brokerages.
Virtually every agent is happy to do so because otherwise they’d have to spend lots of time and money finding clients themselves or advertising on sites like Zillow.
This all means we can achieve a win-win: Real Black Agents is free for you but is still able to provide objective information. And best of all, we only make money if we help you achieve your goals, so our interests are aligned with yours. We’re incentivized to help you find the perfect agent for your needs who will help you achieve the best outcome.
You’re under no obligation to work with any of the real estate agents we recommend. Our goal is to bring more transparency to a process that traditionally lacks it and present you with these performance-based recommendations so that you can make an informed decision.
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It’s time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty. We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of that tapestry are equal in value no matter their color.