- Why you should hire me as your realtor?
- Are real estate agents worth it?
- Should I use a buyers agent?
- Should I use a Realtor to sell my home?
- How do you answer why should we hire you?
- When Should I fire my realtor?
- Can I buy house without realtor?
- How do you put an offer on a house without an agent?
- Do I need a realtor if I already have a buyer?
The longer your house sits on the market, the more YOU are paying.
A full-time Realtor® like me will use their years of experience with the local market to make a buyer compelled to step inside and take a look.
Pricing the property right the first time saves resources and reaches more qualified buyers.
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.
Are real estate agents worth it?
Much depends on the real estate market. In buyer’s markets, there are fewer buyers, which makes an agent’s services worth even more. More than 80% of buyers purchase a home through a real estate agent. If you don’t hire an agent, you could be losing exposure to 80% of the buying population.
Should I use a buyers agent?
It’s highly recommended as you hire a buyers agent that you make sure they have experience selling houses in the area. Hiring a real estate agent who doesn’t have an understanding of the local real estate market can cost you thousands of dollars should you make an offer that isn’t inline with local house values.
Should I use a Realtor to sell my home?
One way to save money is to avoid paying a real estate agent the full 3 percent commission to sell your home (you’ll still need to pay the buyer’s agent a 3 percent commission fee, unless the buyer didn’t use an agent). To avoid paying 3 percent to a listing agent all together, you can sell your house by owner.
How do you answer why should we hire you?
Make his job easier by convincing him that:
- You can do the work and deliver exceptional results.
- You will fit in beautifully and be a great addition to the team.
- You possess a combination of skills and experience that make you stand out from the crowd.
- Hiring you will make him look smart and make his life easier.
When Should I fire my realtor?
Reasons to fire a Realtor
They do not meet your specific real estate needs (i.e. lack of buying or selling history in a certain neighborhood). They aren’t able to market your property using today’s technology. The home’s listing images are poor quality. They are bad communicators.
Can I buy house without realtor?
When You Should Consider Purchasing a Home Without a Real Estate Agent. Purchasing a new home doesn’t require the assistance of a real estate agent. You can complete the purchase without the help of a realtor. You will be able to view homes and attend open houses without the company of a realtor.
How do you put an offer on a house without an agent?
Here’s the process you’ll go through to buy a home without an agent.
- Step 1: Apply For A Mortgage.
- Step 2: Research The Neighborhood.
- Step 3: Find A Property.
- Step 4: Ask For Seller Disclosures.
- Step 5: Make An Offer.
- Step 6: Hire A Lawyer And Home Inspector.
- Step 7: Negotiate.
- Step 8: Finalize Financing And Close.
Do I need a realtor if I already have a buyer?
A: Your Realtor is limited as to what services they can provide. If you have already identified the buyer and negotiated the terms of the sale, your Realtor may not be able to help legally, and you may be better off hiring an attorney to prepare the contract and handle the closing.