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Why Do I Need An Agent?

While more buyers now use the Internet to gain access to available properties for sale, using a professional Realtor© not only can make your life significantly easier, it typically will net you more for your property than trying to sell it yourself.

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  • PRICE: One of the most important things to consider is price. Setting the initial price position so that your home will generate more buyer interest will increase your odds of a faster sale. Our job is to analyze the current market in YOUR local area, not just within your city or county to help determine the best possible selling price for your home.  We know how to adjust for differences from one home to another, and to make suggestions on how to prepare your home to show at its best.

  • SAFETY: In order for your home to sell it has to be seen by prospective buyers.  No matter how many photos you may put on an internet site there is nothing like seeing the property up close and personal.  With a Realtor© as your agent we will install an electronic lockbox that is only available to agents registered within the local multiple listing service (MLS).  Whenever they enter your home we are notified and know which Realtor© entered. 

  • PREQUALIFY: Good agents take the time to qualify buyers and show properties in their price range using competency, efficiency and ethics. They have a thorough knowledge of financing options, are up on the latest housing trends, and share with prospective buyers data on the local housing market and home sales.

  • LEGAL: A contract to sell your home is a legal document, not simply a bill of sale.  Realtors undergo extensive training and certification to insure that your legal rights are protected.  We are required by law to maintain that certification through periodic licensing and continuing eduction.

  • MARKETING: In order to sell your home it must get exposure into the appropriate buyer pool.  With a Realtor your home will be entered into the local multiple listing service which is updated every 15 minutes, and pushed out to our 750+ affiliated website partners worldwide.  Using the MLS your listing is also pushed to buyers that are looking for a home that meets their specific criteria, both when it is initially listed and anytime there is a change in status.
  • Discrimination:
    By law, real estate agents may not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status, or national origin. They also cannot follow spoken or implied directives from the home seller to discriminate. If you suspect you have been discriminated against, a complaint may be filed with the local Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) office nearest you. You may call HUD’s toll-free number, 1-800-669-9777, or visit its web site at www.hud.gov/complaints/housediscrim.cfm
     
     
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