William Fear

William Fear

(810) 923-4361
(810) 227-0833
[email protected]
billfear.com

About

Residential, Commercial and Investment Real Estate

Bill Fear has been a licensed in Michigan as a full time Realty Broker for over 25 years. He brings extensive knowledge to finalize the entire real estate transaction simply because of his experience in all phases of the transaction. His related experience comprised of: working as an Appraiser, Loan Officer, Property Manager, Investment Property Analyst. He is Nationally Certified as a Buyer and Tenant Representative, Senior Real Estate Representative, and a Negotiation Expert. Among his numerous Realtor designations, he is the recipient of the prestigious University of Michigan Alumni Realtor (RAM) designation, that encompassed the following diciplines: Real Property Law - Residential Construction & Development - General Business - Marketing - Taxation - Accounting - Computer Skills - Economics - Communications - Finance.

Bill’s success is attributed to is his genuine concern for helping people. His patience, determination, and strong work ethic has helped him grow a business that is highly referred-based.

Besides being recognized by the National Association of Realtor and the Michigan Commercial Board of Realtors, Bill also holds designations as a Short Sale Foreclosure Resource, Senior Real Estate Specialist, and an E-commerce participant, and is Nationally certified as a Negotiation Expert. As Graduate of the Real-estate Institute, he holds the GRI Realtor impressive designation, certifying competence in Construction, Property Law, Negotiations, and Investment Analyst. He is a candidate for the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation from the National Association of Realtors.

“I’d like to think of ourselves as a company people want to work with. They WANT to buy from us. We don’t sell to people…people buy from us. We provide a service. And we’re compensated for what we provide personal and professional development increases my ability to give more, by helping enough people get what they want.”