5 THINGS TO LOOK FOR WHEN HIRING A REAL ESTATE AGENT
1. HONESTY & CREDIBILITY
Buyers love to know that thier Real Estate Agents are honest and credible. Unfortunately, due to past negative experiences many buyers tend to not trust them. One experience is the pressure and urgency that is placed on a buyer or buyers when it comes to purchasing an expensive home and the feeling it creates.
2. AREA FAMILIARITY
Buyers don not only love to know that their real estate agent knows the neighborhood well but is aslo aware of various attractions or places of interests around the neighborhood, whether it be schools, restaurants, beaches or even local parks nearby. Most buyers love neighboorhoods where there is always something going on to keep them or their families engaged.
3. GREAT FOLLOW THROUGH
Unfortunately, some agents tend to not keep their word. For example, something as simple as returning a phone call or responding to an email. You would be surprised how many real estate agents do not do any of the stated about. This could affect a relationship between a buyer and a real estate agent.
As a real estate agent, buyers have very high expectations. One of them is organization. Buyers love to know that their agent is very responsible and professional when it comes to organization.
5. GREAT LISTNER
Everyone loves to be listened to. Buyers expect real estate agents full attention. When you are dealing with a buyer, put on our games faces and prick up your ears and give them your upmost attention. I guarantee it's a plus.
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