Finding Your Real Estate Agent
Like your attorney, doctor, or accountant, you need to have a certain level of comradery with your real estate agent. The wrong real estate agent may not be looking out for your best interests or may not understand what you mean when you describe what you’re looking for in real estate services. Before you hire an agent, ask yourself:
- Is this person readily available? You need to know you can count on your realtor to be there when you need him or her.
- Is this person action-oriented? Great realtors are movers and shakers. They have positive energy and are connected in the community and online.
- Can this person demonstrate a track record of success? Whether you’re buying or selling, you should feel comfortable leaving the process in the hands of your realtor.
- Do we get along? If you do not get a good feeling when you communicate with a real estate professional, your gut may be telling you to talk to someone else who understands your needs better.
Whether you are buying or selling, you deserve to have a real estate agent who is a friend and a go-getter. You will find both when you come to Terrie Ball for your next real estate project.