Working with your Realtor.

By
Real Estate Agent with REMAX River Cities. Inc

Once you decide the time is right for you to sell, it may be difficult for you to step aside and let your agent take over. When prospective buyers arrive, you may want to stand by to point out the closet extenders, the updated fixtures in your kitchen, the energy-saving storm windows or the updated copper plumbing. However, if you really want to help, you will step aside and let the realtor do their job and show the house.

The sales process does not really begin until buyers have begun to voice their objections about a property. Sometimes these concerns are serious enough for them to not consider your property. In some cases people voice objections as a defensive tactic because they really do love the house and may be seriously interested. Realtors are trained to know the difference. A good Realtor will get the needed information from you so that you can relax and let them do what they do best, after all that is what we are here for! Just remember the best way to help is to let us take care of you!  :-)

Posted by

Judith Knutson

 Broker/Realtor®/GRI/CREN

Licensed in IA & IL

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Comments (2)

Tni LeBlanc, RealtorĀ®, J.D.
Mint Properties, Lic. #01871795 - Santa Maria, CA
Tenacious Tni (805) 878-9879

Thank you so much for this post.  Sellers have to be told this time and time again.  Let the agent do their job.  Instead some try to interfere with disastrous results.  My best clients are the ones that realize they don't want to talk to the buyers because they don't know what to say.

Oct 01, 2010 05:27 AM
Melissa & Jason Improta
Wish - Sotheby's International Realty - Calabasas, CA
Connecting People & Properties

Leave it to the professionals. If your Realtor isn't a professional, then hire one who is :-)

Oct 01, 2010 05:29 AM