Marin County Realtors®
Marin County Realtors®
As a Marin resident since 1993 a loan officer since® 2003, and an affiliate member of the Marin Association of Realtors®, I can help you find the right Marin County Realtor® for your needs. Whether you’re buying or selling.
As a loan broker since 2003, I have worked with Marin County Realtors® and have an extensive network of real estate professionals to draw on to help you find the best Marin County Realtor® for you.
Here are some Tips for Finding A Marin County Realtor®:
1. Ask someone in the Real Estate Field: People who work in Real Estate have relationships with Realtors® and can give you several to choose from.
You might think going with the most successful top producing Marin County Realtor® is the way to go. But the number one Marin County Realtor® may not give your property the attention it deserves. It’s best to meet at least 3 Marin County Realtors® and talk to them about your situation. Like Goldilocks and the porridge, you’ll find the one who is “just right”.
I have helped several clients and others in need of a Realtor® referral. A recent client, decided to relocate to the East and needed a Realtor® to sell her home. Using my real estate network, which includes Realtors, escrow officers, loan agents and real estate attorneys, I recommended 4 qualified Realtors® for her to interview. All the Realtors I suggested were experienced in her her local area.
2. Interview them over the phone: Before connecting her to the Realtors®, I discussed her situation with them over the phone. We talked about what they thought the challenges were regarding my client’s property. I then let my client know a little bit about each of them including the results of my interviews and encouraged her to meet and interview all four of them.
3. Meet the Realtor® in person at your home. When you interview Marin County Realtors® over the phone, ask them to come to your home to discuss listing your property for sale. Each Realtor® should arrive with a current market analysis to let you know what homes have recently sold for in your neighborhood. They can talk about the state of the market, the number of days homes are staying on the market before selling and other trends that will affect your home sale. They may also discuss challenges in lending that might affect the sale. Finally, they will also discuss and recommend improvements you might want to make in order to make your home desirable to a larger number of buyers. A good Realtor® will have a network of experienced and affordable contractors to give estimates of any work that might be recommended.
My client chose the Realtor® I thought was the best fit for her. That Realtor® was the most familiar with her neighborhood and was the most proactive of all the folks I spoke to. Instead of reacting negatively about the client interviewing several Realtors®, she was encouraging about having my client meet and interview others.
So if you need help finding a Marin County Realtor®, or any Realtor® in the state of California, I can help you find the right Realtor® for you in your town and like Goldilocks in her quest, we’ll find the Realtor® who is “just right” for you.