Agents Have Superior Negotiating Skills
It’s your agent’s job to get you the best possible price for your home, or to see to it that you get the best possible deal on the property you want to buy.
Agents are trained to negotiate well, if only from experience.
They know what normally works and what does not.
Should you work with a Realtor?
It is best to hire an agent you can communicate with effectively. A good Realtor listens to their client and their needs. However, it is also our job to manage your expectations. Almost all sellers think their homes are worth more than they really are and buyers generally always want more than they can afford.
How do I start working with a Realtor?
5 Tips For Buyers Working With A Real Estate Agent
- #1) Don’t Choose Just Any Real Estate Agent.
- #2) Be Clear About Your Expectations and Needs.
- #3) Respect the Time and Hours of Your Realtor®
- #4) Practice Open House Etiquette When Working With a Real Estate Agent.
- #5) Understand the Commission Structure.
- Start the Buying Process With EffectiveAgents®
What are the pros and cons of being a real estate agent?
- Pro: You have the flexibility to choose your own schedule.
- Con: Without set hours, you might end up working more.
- Pro: You have unlimited income potential.
- Con: You have no safety net in the slow periods.
- Pro: You get to help make dreams come true.
- Con: Buying and selling can be stressful for clients.
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.
Does it cost money to use a Realtor?
A common commission for real estate agents is 6% of the purchase price of the property. The fee is paid at closing by the seller, unless some other arrangement has been made.
How do you pick a good realtor?
How to find a real estate agent
- Talk to a lender before you hire a real estate agent.
- Get referrals from your network.
- Research potential candidates.
- Interview at least three real estate agents.
- Request references — and check them.
- Go with your gut.
- Take a close look at your contract.