Don’t try to sell your home by yourself
Having a real estate agent ensures you receive the best opportunity to sell your home in the marketplace. If you have more questions on the importance of having an agent, please contact us below!
Get a Realtor®:
You may question, “Why do I need a Realtor®?”
After reviewing the information, you’ll soon find out the importance of having a Realtor® to assist you in the home buying process. A Realtor® follows a strict Code of Ethics as a prerequisite of the National and Arizona Association of Realtors®. Properties listed on the Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service, a property database which only licensed Realtors® have access to be at your disposal for gathering potential homes of interest in your marketplace. As a Buyer, whether you are purchasing a new or resale home, a lot, acreage, a business or commercial property, we have specialists that can guide you through the process and assist you by providing up to date comparables to evaluate the value of the property prior to contract negotiations. There are many intricate details that an experienced Realtor® will know or can advise you to research which will help eliminate costly errors if you were handling a purchase without Representation.
Find an Agent. How do you do that?
If you’re reading this, you’re probably on the Internet. One key to a successful relationship between a real estate agent and their client is that, in addition to representing your interests competently, they educate you about the process as it unfolds. So don’t simply look for property on the web – look for an agent that informs you about the process.
Referrals are always a good way to go. Perhaps a friend, co-worker, or family member recently bought a house in the same community and had a good experience. However, if they bought a house twenty miles from where you want to move, it may not be a good idea to use the same Realtor.
You want an agent who knows the area in detail and has already previewed many of the homes available for sale in that community. Community knowledge should be important to you because you are not just buying a house. You are buying a home in a local neighborhood in a specific community. Every Realtor can show you every property available for sale in the Multiple Listing Service. Since that is true, you can call any real estate office and find a Realtor willing to show you houses for sale. The problem is that you do not know if you are talking to an excellent Realtor or a lazy inactive one.