Does Your Real Estate SERVE You?
Whether you are a potential buyer considering purchasing a house, or a homeowner wanting to sell his home, you will be best served by a real estate agent, who will represent and SERVE you. For buyers, in most states, you have the option of either using an agent as a Buyer Representative, or as a Selling Agent. When the agent is a Selling Agent, he owes his allegiance to the homeowner, while Buyer Representatives represent and serve you.7 Key Reasons To Use A REALTOR
You’ve decided the time is right, for you to relocate, sell your home, and make some change, for any of a number of personal and/ or professional reasons. However, you are not quite certain, whether you should attempt to sell it on your own (known as a FSBO – for sale by owner), use a licensed real estate agent, or use a real estate professional, who is also a REALTOR (R)? You believe perhaps you might save some commission if you do it yourself, but then, you also sacrifice taking advantage of the knowledge, expertise, experience, training, offered by an…4 Key Considerations In Preparing A Professional Comparative Market Analysis (CMA)
As a Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, for more than a decade, I have been asked countless times, why a homeowner is better off using a real estate professional, rather than trying to sell his home, on his own (FSBO). While there are numerous answers to this question, one of the most essential, is how one determines the best listing price, to offer for the property. Homeowners, often because of their emotional connection, while at other times, either, because of lack of specific, relevant knowledge in this field, or greed, may become their own worst enemy, because they either ask too…Do You Know Your Real Estate Agent’s STRENGTHS?
Every real estate professional is merely a human being, who has decided to pursue a career in this exciting, challenging industry! Therefore, each has areas of strength, as well as certain weaknesses. Obviously, before you decide who you might hire, it would be helpful for you, to understand these characteristics and/ or attributes.7 Steps A Real Estate Listing Agent Owes His Client
One of the most important financial decisions, most of us make, involves buying and/ or selling a home, of our own. Since, for the vast majority of individuals, their house is their single biggest asset, doesn’t it make sense, to proceed with care, a plan/ purpose, and an understanding of what is involved/ needed? This article will review seven of these considerations, or steps, a homeowner, needs, and deserves, from the real estate professional he hires.4 Benefits of Using a Multiple Listing Service
Today, multiple listing services have become popular for offering sellers a convenient way to sell their homes. Here are benefits that a seller can reap from using search services.Five Ways A Real Estate Agent Can Help You Find Your Dream Home
Finding the home of your dreams is easier than you think. With the help of a Real Estate Agent, you can be living in your ideal home in no time!A Realtor Can Provide an Extra Boost of Success for Their Clients
Some people choose to purchase homes without the help of a licensed realtor. However, they are missing out on a host of crucial benefits.Eight Qualities to Check Out in Professional Real Estate Brokers
Looking for a professional agent to sell a property? Consider a few important qualities in real estate agents and you can select the right broker as per your requirement. In this article, you will come to know about these must-have qualities.Are You A QUALITY Real Estate Professional?
Real estate professionals come in all sizes and shapes, as well as possessing a variety of different attitudes, perceptions, skills, etc. I often counsel potential buyers and sellers, to interview prospective agents, before they select or hire the one, who is best suited to meet their needs, requirements, etc. Since for most people, a house represents one of their most valuable single assets, doesn’t it make sense to protect yourself, by being as certain as possible, that you feel comfortable with, have confidence in, and are on the same page, as the person you hire?Why Realtors Have, And Need, A Code Of Ethics
Many professions maintain some sorts of ethical codes. Perhaps the most famous is the physicians’ Code of Hypocrites, which simply told physicians, to Do no harm. Codes exist for attorneys, dentists, and many other occupations.