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Choosing the right real estate agent in Arizona

| Oct 13, 2017 | Real Estate Transactions |

The competence of the Arizona real estate agent that you choose could mean the difference between a successful sale and an absolute failure. You could wind up stressed and lose both time and money. Therefore, it is vital that you not only do your research into reputable real estate agents, but that you also are aware of the some common “red flags”of an inept real estate agent.

Your real estate agent should be attentive to your needs and be willing to discuss your concerns when they develop. You may find that they don’t respond to your calls in a timely manner or arrogantly dismiss your misgivings and insist that everything is going great. If so, it may be time to consider whether you should be looking for a new real estate professional.

Your real estate agent should listen to your expectations about the sale or purchase of your home. If the initial meetings feel strained or you sense the agent is not promoting your property, you should proceed with caution. A reputable real estate agent will listen to your point of view before anything else.

Agents should excel at the face-to-face communication that they need to sell homes at the best possible price. They should also have expertise in digital skills like SEO so that prospective buyers can find your listed property easily. Finding an agent is not always easy, but taking your time and doing research will pay off in the long-run.

Remember, too, that a sluggish economy makes it harder to sell properties in a buyer’s market. A qualified real estate agent can advise you on the best time to list your home to sell it quickly for the price you want.

Source: TheStreet, “8 signs you have a bad real estate agent,” Jill Krasny, accessed Oct. 13, 2017

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