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Ana Fuentes



1 Recent Sales (last 12 months)

Buyer's Agent,
Listing Agent

Ratings & Reviews



08/19/2014 - qbguru
Sold a Single Family home in 2013 for approximately $275K in Pembroke Pines, FL.

Ana is the MOST EXCELLENT Realtor I've ever worked with, no exaggeration either. She sold my home just like she said she would. 5 days after listing we had a full price offer and I was VERY IMPRESSED with the aggressive way she marketed the house on the internet, magazines, classifieds. She knows her stuff, has this down to a specific science. Know what most impressed me? Her straightforward honesty. She did EXACTLY what she said she would do, EXACTLY the way she said she'd do it. As for updates, Ana promised me a progress report every day and SHE DID THAT! Ana Fuentes is by far the best Realtor out there, bar none.

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02/03/2013 - jeremy97
Sold a Single Family home in 2012 for approximately $475K in Plantation, FL.

Purchased a house with her may 2012. game playing, manipulation and lies ! she went until pretending she was very close to the owner !! played buyer and seller agent to get full commission without bothering negotiating properly. over all, very disapointing experience.. loss of money and time. but at least, we love our house... WILL NOT RECOMMEND !

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Response from Ana Fuentes on 07/31/2014

I'm so glad that you "love your new house" and it was my pleasure to help you find it. Having said that, I really must respond to several errors of fact included in this review. 1) As Transaction Broker for both seller/buyer, I actually CONTRIBUTED part of my commission to bridge the gap between sellers'/buyers' expectations when negotiations hit an impasse. This is a verifiable fact: On the HUD statement, you'll see my commission was BELOW the customary, "full" 6%. 2) Out of professional and human courtesy, I make it a point to become as "close" to any Client as that particular Client needs. In this case, the seller was an elderly widow who required an extra dose of Tender Loving Care while selling her home after losing her husband. This, too, is a verifiable fact--no "pretending" about it. So, if being "close," available and kind to my elderly-widow Client was "disappointing" in any way...Well, I will never apologize for being a caring and compassionate Professional Realtor.