Most people only sell a small number of homes in their lifetime. With such limited experience, how do you expect to be capable of maximizing your profits from your home sale? Many sellers make the mistake of assuming that all real estate agents are the same and list with the first agent who comes along. Not taking the time to research the agent who will list your house could cost you thousands of dollars.
Start the process by doing a bit of legwork. Ask your friends, relatives, and co-workers for referrals to good agents. Also, drive around town and look for agents with the most signs posted, ads, and marketing material in the market. Interview two or three agents to find out which one is right for you.
1. Ask prospective agents to send some information about themselves.
You can often get a good idea about which agents are the most professional by looking at their personal marketing material. If they don't have professional marketing material, how will they market your home? Track how long each agent takes to respond to your request. If they don't respond quickly and efficiently, assume that this is also how they will handle the listing of your home.
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