Have you made the right choice?

Many factors come into play when you’re in the process of selecting the right real estate agent to handle the sale of your property, in many cases your home, your largest and greatest asset.

It is prudent that you would want to ensure a number of things:

  • You receive the best possible price the market place has to offer
  • To be kept fully informed every step of the way through transparent and honest feedback including price feedback
  • The advice you receive is professional and aimed at helping you achieve your property goals

So what do you do?

You jump on the internet, you seek advice from your family and friends, you trawl through the newspaper and you attend open homes in your local area to get a feel for the marketplace.

By now you’ve met some real estate agents (some good, some not so good) and you’re probably ready to get some market opinions.

It’s important you are prepared for these meetings and understand the questions required to make an informed and educated decision on which agent is going to be the best fit for you and for your property.

Strategic questions and having an agenda

Not only is your time valuable there is nothing more frustrating than spending two plus hours at your dining room table with a real estate agent who does little more than tell you how good they think they are.

In my experience many vendors take a laid-back approach to selecting their real estate agent and end up selecting the agent with the highest price valuation or the lowest commission without really knowing the process (if any) that agent will follow to achieve the best result.

Perspective vendors should have a strategic list of ideal questions to ask their potential agent to ensure they are making an informed and educated decision.

We have developed a list of strategic questions that are aimed at extracting the most important information you need to know when making your decision.

Click here to download your free copy here and get the most from your meetings.

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