Thursday, May 2, 2013

Don’t Cheat Yourself! Choose the RIGHT Agent

Whether you are buying for the first time, or selling for the fifth- It is important that Clients understand that REALTORS work for you, and not the other way around! 

I always say “I am never to busy for your referrals!” and I know I am not the only one, however I can’t seem to understand when Clients reach a point where they are chasing their REALTOR around, or trying to hunt them down for help and answers..  Our industry can be the best- freedom, flexibility and always rewarding- however it can also be challenging at times too.  None of us are perfect, but I truly believe no purchase or sale is to big or to small, and each deserves the best attention!

When purchasing or selling a home, always meet with your agent to review all expectations, questions and guidelines.  It is important that all parties involved are educated and able to understand- and most importantly, know what to expect as each step approaches.  Your agent is your advocate and liaison from start to finish, and should be able to provide the time and efforts that you need.  Our understanding of your needs and wants will ensure the entire process is as efficient, and ultimately successful, as possible.

As professionals, we establish working relationships with other Agents, and all of the other industry players- from the banks, to the movers, insurance companies and everything in between.  Having an Agent that understands the importance of building these relationships can play a critical role in your transaction!  Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest changes that we make in life, and our area is rich with resources and wonderful opportunity. 

In our Keller Williams offices we have a great mentoring program, and I firmly believe that anyone can learn the basics- the outline of the basic information a REALTOR must know- but it truly takes dedicated pros to master the ins and outs, and at the end of the day provide our Clients with exactly what they need!

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