Learn about Danny Biyanwela

"AN agent that delivers honesty, empathy, and conscientioness, curiousity, and a solid achievement orientation"

Welcome to my About Us page! I am a New Jersey-based experienced realtor with a passion for helping people find their dream homes. Whether you’re a first-time buyer, or seller, or looking for your next investment property, I am committed to providing you with exceptional service and a stress-free experience.

"Being a student is easy. Learning requires actual work."

Despite the difficulties, staying organized, being proactive, and leveraging online resources can help streamline the apartment search process. It's advisable to start early, have a clear idea of your requirements, and consider working with a reputable real estate agent, My process put the power into your hands and leaves you with more options than you thought you had.

Looking for an apartment rental can be a challenging and time-consuming process. Several factors contribute to the difficulty involved:

High Demand:

In many cities and popular neighborhoods, there is a high demand for rental properties. This means that there is often fierce competition among prospective tenants, leading to a limited supply of available apartments.

Limited Availability:

The number of apartments available for rent at any given time may be limited, especially in sought-after areas. This scarcity can make finding a suitable apartment that meets your requirements and budget is difficult.

Cost and Affordability:

Rental prices can vary significantly depending on the location, size, and amenities of the apartment. Finding an affordable rental within your budget can be challenging, especially in areas with high housing costs

Searching and Filtering:

Finding the right apartment involves extensive searching, contacting landlords or property managers, and scheduling viewings. Sorting through numerous listings, comparing prices, and evaluating the pros and cons of different options can be overwhelming.

Competitive Application Process:

Once you find an apartment you like, you often need to go through a competitive application process. Landlords may require background checks, credit checks, proof of income, and references, making it important to have all necessary documentation ready and in order.

Time Constraints:

Apartment hunting requires time and dedication. Scheduling viewings, attending appointments, and submitting applications can be challenging if you have other commitments like work or study.

Potential Scams:

Online rental scams are unfortunately prevalent. It’s crucial to exercise caution and be wary of fraudulent listings or individuals requesting payment or personal information upfront.

While it is possible to sell your home by yourself, it requires careful research, preparation, and a willingness to invest time and effort into the process. It may be beneficial to consult with a real estate attorney or consider using limited services from professionals to assist with specific aspects of the transaction, such as contract review or legal compliance.

Selling your home by yourself, without the assistance of a real estate agent, can be a challenging endeavor. Here are some factors that contribute to the difficulty involved:

Limited Market Access:

Real estate agents have access to multiple listing services (MLS) and other platforms that give them a wide reach to potential buyers. Selling on your own means you may have limited exposure to the market, making it harder to attract interested buyers.

Pricing and Valuation:

Determining the right asking price for your home requires careful analysis of market trends, comparable sales, and property conditions. Without the expertise of an agent, it can be challenging to accurately price your home, potentially leading to overpricing or underpricing, which can deter potential buyers or result in a lower sale price.

Marketing and Advertising:

Effective marketing is crucial to attracting buyers. Real estate agents have experience in creating compelling listings, professional photography, and targeted advertising campaigns. As a DIY seller, you may find it difficult to create a marketing strategy that reaches the right audience and showcases your home’s best features.

Negotiations and Contracts:

Negotiating with potential buyers and handling the intricacies of real estate contracts can be complex and time-consuming. Without professional guidance, you may encounter challenges in navigating offers, contingencies, and legal obligations, potentially leading to missed opportunities or costly mistakes.

Time and Effort:

Selling a home requires significant time and effort. You’ll need to handle inquiries, schedule and conduct showings, host open houses, and manage the administrative tasks associated with the sale. Balancing these responsibilities with your daily life can be demanding and overwhelming

Legal and Disclosure Obligations:

Selling a home involves legal responsibilities, including disclosures, inspections, and compliance with local regulations. Without professional assistance, it can be challenging to ensure you meet all the necessary legal obligations, potentially exposing you to liability or complications down the line.

Emotional Attachment:

Selling your own home can be emotionally challenging. You may have sentimental value attached to the property, which can impact your decision-making process and negotiations. Objectivity can be difficult to achieve, potentially affecting your ability to make strategic choices and secure the best possible sale.

Despite the challenges, many individuals successfully navigate the homebuying process independently. It is important to educate yourself about the process, seek professional advice when needed (such as from a real estate attorney), and stay organized and diligent throughout the journey. Taking your time, conducting thorough research, and seeking guidance from trusted sources can help you overcome difficulties and make informed decisions during the home-buying process.

Buying a home by yourself can be a challenging process, but it is also an achievable goal. Here are some factors that contribute to the difficulty involved:

Financial Considerations:

One of the primary challenges of buying a home alone is managing the financial aspects. Securing a mortgage, saving for a down payment, and covering closing costs can be more demanding without a partner or co-buyer. Additionally, you’ll need to assess your budget, evaluate affordability, and consider the long-term financial commitment of homeownership.

Research and Market Knowledge:

As a solo buyer, you are solely responsible for conducting thorough research on the real estate market, including property values, neighborhood trends, and available listings. Gaining sufficient market knowledge and understanding the complexities of the home-buying process can be time-consuming and requires extensive research.

Finding the Right Property:

Searching for a suitable property that meets your needs and preferences can be challenging. You’ll need to consider factors such as location, size, amenities, and potential for future appreciation. It may require extensive property viewings and research to identify the right home that aligns with your budget and preferences.

Navigating the Process:

Buying a home involves several complex steps, including making offers, negotiating the price, conducting inspections, and dealing with legal contracts. Without the support of a real estate agent, you may need to handle these tasks independently, potentially encountering difficulties in understanding and navigating the intricacies of the process.

Emotional Decision-Making:

Buying a home can be an emotional process, and as a solo buyer, you may face challenges in maintaining objectivity. It can be harder to bounce ideas off someone else or have a second opinion on important decisions, potentially making the decision-making process more challenging.

Time and Coordination:

The homebuying process requires significant time and coordination. You’ll need to schedule property viewings, attend open houses, and manage the paperwork and administrative tasks involved. Balancing these responsibilities with other commitments can be demanding, especially if you have a busy schedule.

Risk and Legal Considerations:

As a solo buyer, you bear sole responsibility for assessing the risks associated with the property and ensuring you make informed decisions. This includes understanding legal obligations, conducting inspections, and considering potential future maintenance costs or property-related issues.


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The information provided by this website is for the personal, non-commercial use of consumers and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.

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I'm Here To Help You With Any Questions You May Have

The time it takes to find an apartment can vary significantly depending on factors such as location, availability, and personal preferences, but it typically takes anywhere from a few days to several weeks to secure a suitable rental.  My process it makes it simple and gives you more options than you thought you had,

Request a call, I’ll walk you through the entire process and make it easy for you. I understand the expectations from my services and I believe in showcasing my true value through my work.

No, a realtor cannot guarantee that you will find your next home as the real estate market is dynamic and subject to various factors. However, With the use of my expertise, resources, and market knowledge I can drastically assist you in the home search process and increase the likelihood of finding a suitable property.

I offer a wide range of properties, including residential homes, apartments, condos, townhouses, vacant land, commercial properties, and investment properties.

I can help you find an apartment abroad by utilizing their local knowledge and network. Ways I can assist are identifying suitable neighborhoods, researching rental market trends, arranging property viewings, negotiating lease terms, and providing guidance on legal and cultural aspects of renting in a foreign country. I can also leverage their connections to property managers, landlords, and other real estate professionals in the target location to facilitate the apartment search process and ensure a smooth experience.

Before I sell a home, I typically follow these essential steps:

Conduct a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA): I assess the local real estate market, analyze recent sales of similar properties, and determine the appropriate listing price for the home.

Advise on Home Preparation: I provide recommendations on how to best prepare the home for sale. This may involve decluttering, staging, making minor repairs or improvements, and enhancing curb appeal.

Gather Necessary Documentation: I collect important documents related to the property, such as property surveys, title deeds, utility bills, and any applicable warranties or guarantees.

Create a Marketing Plan: I develop a tailored marketing strategy to showcase the property’s unique features and attract potential buyers. This may include professional photography, virtual tours, online listings, open houses, print advertisements, and targeted digital marketing campaigns.

List the Property: I list the property on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and other relevant online platforms, ensuring maximum exposure to potential buyers and other real estate agents.

Show the Property: I arrange and conduct property showings and open houses to allow interested buyers to view the home and assess its suitability.

Manage Negotiations and Offers: I handle negotiations with potential buyers, present and advise on offers, and work on your behalf to achieve the best possible terms and conditions.

Guide Through the Closing Process: Once an offer is accepted, I assist with the paperwork, coordinate with the buyer’s agent, and ensure that all necessary inspections, appraisals, and legal requirements are completed before the closing.

Throughout the entire process, I  act as a trusted advisor, leveraging their expertise and market knowledge to navigate challenges, provide guidance, and ultimately facilitate the successful sale of the home.