How To Choose The Right Real Estate Agent

Dated: April 6 2018

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Finding the right agent takes balancing credentials and chemistry. You want to choose someone you like—after all, you might spend the next six months working together. But your agent also needs to be able to safeguard your financial interests.

You want somebody trustworthy who you can rely on. A good agent, will listen carefully to your priorities and won’t waste time on properties that don’t fit the bill.

Don’t just call the first agent whose lawn sign you see. Ask friends and family members for references (and check them!). Interview at least three agents to find the one with the skill and personality that matches your needs.

Sometimes less experience means a smaller client base, which translates into more attention for you. Make sure the agent is licensed by the state and does the job full-time; about half of all agents are designated Realtors, which means they belong to the National Association of Realtors and agree to abide by NAR’s stringent code of ethics.

I am that agent you can trust, and depend on for all your Real Estate needs. Call me today for a Free consultation @(937)302-8576. 

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Christina Strickland

Executive Sales Vice President I joined Plum Tree Realty as a Licensed Realtor in 2018. Plum Tree is a wonderful brokerage to work for, I couldn’t imagine working for any other brokerage. Before ....

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