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How to Choose a Real Estate Listing Agent If you’re selling you property, you obviously want to hire the best available listing agent. Quite a number of people, however, make the mistake of selecting an agent based on suggested listing price for their home and commission charged. It’s understandable that you want, like many other home owners, to get the best possible price for your home while paying the lowest possible commission. But what makes a good agent isn’t those two factors. So what’s the best criteria for finding a competent agent? Here are a few guidelines that should be of help: Suggested listing price Regarding the suggested listing price, you must keep in mind that an agent cannot truly know how much your home is going to sell for. To help you choose a sales price, they may show you some of their previous sales as well as current listings similar to yours. Ultimately, it’s the buyer who must decide if the price is OK with them. So a good agent should provide you with a price range. Several factors will determine this range, such as current market trends, your property’s location, etc. So the agent who suggests the highest listing price isn’t necessarily the best one.
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Picking the agent who asks for the lowest commission is not always a good idea. It’s possible, however, to find an agent who’s willing to work for less than their competition because you may be willing to send more business their way. What’s important is that you don’t choose an agent who’s either desperate for business, or incompetent. Marketing plan Every agent will need the most effective marketing methods as well as a good advertising budget in order to expose your property to as many potential buyers as possible. A real estate agency with a large marketing budget will probably sell your home faster because of the wider exposure. So before you can hire an agent, ask them to show you’re their full marketing plan. The marketing plan needs to include essential tactics such as incentives for brokers, distribution to major real estate sites, four-color flyers, and a virtual tour for buyers. Advertising in the local paper may also be necessary. The more the marketing tactics included in the marketing plan, the higher the chances of selling your home fast and at a good price. Track record and experience You would probably prefer an experienced agent with a solid track record. Ask your prospective agent to show you homes they’ve sold in the past year. Are some of the properties sold similar to yours, both in terms of price range and location? How long did it take the agent to sell those homes?