Before selecting which agents to arrange a meeting with, we want homeowners to be fully informed of which agents are best suited to their individual requirements. After answering some basic questions about their property and criteria, our website filters to show completely unbiased agent results.
When choosing the best suited realtor, consider real estate agent ratings and statistics such as their agency introduction and marketing strategies. This information will provide you with an on-the-surface understanding of whether your ideas and values match the agents. Also, looking at the number of current listings that the individual has will show whether they realistically have time to fully commit to your property.
Our website also provides estate agent reviews from past customers. It is undeniable that these are influential in a homeowners decision of whether to work with the agent. Look for positive qualities such as regular, open communication, a pro-active approach and the ability to meet requirements.
LocalAgentFinder also has a blog page with tips and advice for sellers and renters. Educate yourself on various processes such as refinancing and home loan applications, and advertising costs when selling your house, as well as tips on how to improve your homes value and the best time of year to be selling. Knowledge is power so invest some time in yourself and make sure you fully understand the process.
Review real estate agent fees and commissions and compare these to the averages for your area as well as obtaining an approximate cost to sell your home with our online calculation tool.
We provide homeowners with all of the tools required to make clear comparisons and shape expectations for their property from day one. Use this information when interviewing each agent and expand on areas that are important to you. If you are focusing on a quick sale, question how long the agent thinks your property will take to sell, if the priority is a greater profit, spend more time on questions about the value of your home and how this could be improved. On our website, we have articles to help homeowners with conducting agent interviews.