I think you must meet in person with at least 2 real estate agents to answer that one. The qualities you seek cannot readily be determined by talking on the phone, and an experienced agent will be the most appropriate in almost every case. If you are not comfortable with the rapport with either agent, then take the time to meet with a third one.
How to Sell a Home
Comprehensive Guide to Selling a Home
Michael Edlen has tracked local statistics and trends and provides real estate counseling services to prospective home sellers. This guide to how to sell a home is where we've poured all of our comprehensive knowledge to help you have a better home selling experience.
Generally speaking, there are three critical areas of concern in the acquisition or sale of a property. They are shelter, safety and financial security.
We have often been asked what actions can be taken to maximize the benefit of the home marketing process. In considering these requests from a broad perspective, it became clear that many of the issues and challenges can be anticipated and handled effectively before they become problems to be overcome.
We are often asked by both sellers and potential buyers what the various expenses are in the process of their sale or purchase of a home. The following is a summary of the traditional distribution of expenses associated with these transactions.
You can expect that each agent you meet with will skillfully ask a lot of questions about the timing and location of the move you plan to make and provide basic counseling regarding the current marketplace and sale process.
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