The answer is multi-faceted, both you and the Realtor are talking the same language, and if you interview with an agent who is not knowledgable with information it can cost you time and possibly money. Knowing current market, zoning, deed restrictions, or even amenities are imperative to your transaction.
Buyers have specific individual needs and when it comes to their animals, and they are not shy about answering questions. A Realtor with first hand knowledge will know all the questions prospective buyers are asking. You do not need to be educating the Realtor and wasting time looking at property that never fell into your criteria.
Sellers should be sure details of your property are marketed properly; so potential buyers see all the features the listing offers. Also, you may have spent money on things that could be ignored, and that may cost you in your price. Locations close to trails and parks are a real bonus, along with other information to assist the sale. These details may be overlooked to an unknowledgable agent. From feed stores to veterinarians, questions will be answered to prospects. Marketing in the agriculture industry is a small key target; please ask about this, you will need special exposure.
Debbie (Shea) Schiraldi
RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
100 Commerce Drive, Suite 107
New Windsor, NY 12553
Office:845-565-0004 Request Debbie