Home Sellers...Beware Of The Agent That Says "I Can Get You More Money"

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty, Pasadena

When it comes time to interview agents, you may want to be weary of the agent that is telling you that they can get you a higher price than the other agents are quoting you.  Many times an agent will mislead a home seller by telling them that they can get a higher price for them, only to ask for a price reduction in the future because the property is NOT SELLING.  If that agent is so convinced that they can get you a higher price, then ask them to put a clause in the listing contract that will allow to cancel the moment they ask you for a price reduction.  That is a reasonable request, right? You bet it is!! Review the comparable sales carefully.  Pricing your property at market value is key to getting offers, and thus getting it sold.  Hire an agent based on experience, marketing plan, follow up plan, good reputation, etc.


Please contact me if you have any real estate questions, needs or concerns!


Steven Galindo

Keller Williams Realty


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Tony Grego, 317-663-4173 #1 Trade Association for Alternative Inv
REISA - 317-663-4173 - Indianapolis, IN

This is just like the mortgage broker that sends out the GFE with no fees just to add the day before closing. Bottom feeders will be here in good and bad markets and times

Good post


Jul 08, 2008 01:15 PM
TheMillsTeam YourSebringRealtors
Advantage Realty #1 - Sebring, FL

Great post! Pricing is everything in today's market. The funny thing is, seller WILL listen. Are agents TALKING?

Jul 08, 2008 01:24 PM