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6 Things to Expect from Your Realtor

When buying or selling a home, it always helps to have a realtor in your corner. Your realtor is there to help you navigate the often confusing ins and outs of the real estate process. A realtor is your best ally. They are there to help you get what you want and need out of the deal. Whether you are buying or selling a home, there certain things you should expect from your realtor.

Check out my list below to learn more about what you should expect when working a realtor.

  1. Great Communication: It is essential to have great communication with your realtor. No matter what method you prefer, calls, texts, or email, you should expect your realtor to promptly reply to any inquiries. Markets can change in the blink of an eye, so it is very important to be able to quickly and easily communicate with your realtor. Your relationship with your realtor relies on great communication in order to ensure you get exactly what you want and need out of your purchase or sale.
  2. Excellent Knowledge of the Area: You should expect your realtor to be an expert in the local area. Not only should they have a deep understanding of the local real estate market, they should also be very versed on the schools, neighborhoods, ordinances, and local tax procedure and policy.
  3. Provide Guidance: Your realtor is there to help guide you through the process of buying or selling a home. They should offer you advice, recommendations, and assistance every step of the way. A realtor is a trusted advisor to guide you through the buying or selling process.
  4. Help You Develop A Strategy: Whether you are buying or selling a home, you should always have a strategy to help you achieve your desired end result. Your realtor should be an expert in the process and help you to develop an effective strategy to purchase your dream house or sell your current home.
  5. Current Experience in All Processes and Procedures: Things change quickly in world of real estate. Is it important that your agent be up-to-date on the technology, tax regulations, loan processes, and legal procedure required in today’s real estate market.
  6. Skillful Negotiation: Your realtor should be a skilled negotiator. Buying and selling all revolve around the negotiation. Make sure your realtor has what it takes to negotiate a great deal.

Working with a great realtor is the best way to guarantee success in buying or selling a home. Whether you are a first-time buyer or a real estate mogul, having knowledgeable and experienced realtor will help ease the stress of the often confusing real estate process. If you are interested in buying or selling a home in the Metro Atlanta area, reach out to me, Charmaine Courville at 678-618-0382. It would be my honor to help you navigate the ins and outs of buying your dream house or selling your current home.

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