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What To DEMAMD (from your real estate agent) When Selling Your Home

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty, Pasadena

What to demand (from your real estate agent) when selling your home...

What's the biggest fear when a home owner lists their property with a real estate agent?  It's simple.  They worry about being stuck with an incompetent agent that makes them sign a lengthy listing contract.  That's why you should demand your agent to to place a clause in the listing contract that will allow you to cancel the listing at anytime, for any reason, providing that you supply a written notice (to the agent) requesting the cancellation.

Any experienced, confident and competent agent should have no problem with you cancelling the listing if you are unhappy with the way they are marketing the property.  

Please feel feel to contact me if you have any real estate questions or concerns.

Steven Galindo

Keller Williams Realty

866-211-8682

 

 

 

 

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Ron Moore
RE/MAX Professionals/Regal Builders - Retired - Florence, SC
MOORE Thoughts

Yu hit the nail on the head, Steven, and probably a few agents up side the head!  Couldn't agree with you more.

Jul 08, 2008 10:52 AM
Michael Shankman
Award Realty - Las Vegas, NV
Selling Las Vegas 702-498-3383

good post..I always tell the sellers that..also I only do a 3 month agreement.

Jul 08, 2008 10:57 AM
Marilyn Katz
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties - Westport, CT
ABR, e-PRO - WestportCTProperties.com

Steven - Their biggest fear is that their home won't sell.  Often the problem is not with the agent, but with the unrealistic expectations of the homeoners.  In that case, writing and cancelling listing contracts is not the answer.

Jul 08, 2008 11:00 AM