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The Benefits Of A Seller's Agent

Unless you routinely attend every open house in your neighborhood, you may not possess intimate information about the interior of your neighbors' homes nor know why some sold for higher prices than others. Experienced agents have this knowledge and use it to position your home to sell at the highest possible price. Top listing agents sell homes every day. Services most listing agents offer to sellers include:

  • Marketing materials and proven selling systems
  • Professional virtual tours and photography
  • Wide internet exposure
  • Promotion at company meetings and multiple listing service (MLS) meetings
  • Networking with fellow real estate agents
  • Price guidance according to market data and recent sales
  • Home stager, inspector, and repair contractor referrals
  • Buyer feedback and private showings
  • Confirmation of potential buyer qualifications
  • Counteroffer and negotiation expertise, especially with multiple offers
  • Guidance to get past the home inspection without making repairs
  • Suggestions for dealing with low appraisals
Benefits Of A Buyer's Agent

Done correctly, a buyer's agent's job is to put the buyer's interests ahead of the agent's. This means they must disclose all material facts, keep the buyer's information confidential, provide them with sufficient information to purchase a home, and expertly negotiate on their behalf. There are several services you can expect to receive from a buyer's agent that you might not be able to obtain on your own. Apart from hearing about listings before homes are available to the public, agents can:

  • Provide comparable sales from the tax rolls
  • Provide sales data from MLS based on map searches
  • Pull property profiles reflecting sales history, property data, demographics, and neighborhood services
  • Obtain a copy of the home's historical documents
  • Run reports on the listing agent's list-price to sales-price ratios
  • Calculate annual facts and trends about an area
  • Suggest pricing strategy
  • Prepare a strong offer that presents the buyer in the best light based on market demands and agent interaction/networking
  • Review documents for loopholes and obtain disclosures
  • Provide a buffer between you and the seller's agent
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Know What You're Getting Into

If you feel competent that you can handle a sale or purchase on your own, then you may choose to work without an agent. But you might always wonder whether you paid too much or accepted too low of a price. Working with a real estate agent can bring a lot of peace of mind during a major transaction, whether you are buying or selling. And it can ultimately leave you with more cash in the bank. If you're thinking about going it alone, make sure you thoroughly understand the work an agent does and what you need to cover if you're representing yourself.

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We are involved in every stage of the purchase or sale, from the initial search for the property, the negotiation, attending the signing of the contract, and the closing and delivery of the property. our goal is to make the process of buying or selling as smooth and quick as possible.

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