Question: How Do You Interview A Realtor To Sell Your House?

Here are the topics you want to discuss:

  • The agent’s training and background.
  • The agent’s experience.
  • Recommended sales price for your home.
  • Houses that the agent has sold within the last year (addresses and prices).
  • Suggested marketing plan.
  • Recommended prep work you’ll need to do before listing the house.
  • References.

Is it OK to interview real estate agents?

Smart consumers will interview several potential real estate agents before they settle on which one they want to work with, and good agents are selective about their clients, too. Just as you’re sizing up a good fit, the real estate agent will likely be interviewing you as well.

When should I call my Realtor when selling my house?

Contact your agent before doing any improvements to sell your home… focus on decluttering, cleaning and basic repairs first, then call your agent before doing anything else. Your Realtor knows your market and can advise you on what changes will have a positive impact for your specific home…

Should you interview multiple realtors?

Prospective agents should provide you a CMA that will justify their opinion of your home’s value and why they suggest a certain listing price or range. This is as much art as it is science. Interviewing multiple agents will help you compare this data and the arguments, and make your own very informed decision.

How do you interview a real estate brokerage?

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Why you should hire me as your realtor?

I’m passionate about delivering an exceptional real estate experience. When you hire me, you’re hiring a full time professional who is trained and skilled to deliver your dream home or get you the best price on your home to sell.. I apply the most innovative and cutting edge processes in today’s real estate market.

How should I dress for a real estate interview?

For your interview, that means professional interview attire. Men will need to wear a well-fitting suit in a conservative color, white, or pastel shirt, conservative tie, dark socks, and dress shoes. Women can choose between a pant or skirt suit, blouse (not low cut), hosiery, and closed-toe pumps.