Most metropolitan areas have hundreds of realtors available. If you’re a Greensboro, High Point or Triad homeowner planning to sell your house, how do you choose the right one? Here are five qualities that make a great real estate agent.
Your realtor should be a good listener, so that your wants, needs, and requests are heard and understood. Your realtor should be able to clearly explain options and potential costs, and answer your questions in clear and simple terms. Your real estate agent should also be able and willing to update you on any positive events or challenges that will affect your goal to buy or sell a home.
During the process of buying or selling property, your circumstances may change. An adaptable real estate agent will be able to adjust to those changes and let you know how they will affect your goals.
A good realtor is knowledgeable about:
- The neighborhood or area in which you want to buy or sell a home.
- Comparable properties in the area that have been recently bought or sold.
- How to help you get the best property available for your budget.
Look for a real estate broker that is truly motivated to help you buy or sell a home. After understanding all your requirements, it should be evident that your agent is proactive and committed to helping you achieve your goals.
Your realtor should be a good project manager. He or she likely has multiple clients, so the ability to keep good track of meetings, showings, and paperwork will help him or her to stay organized and sell your home efficiently.
Looking for a Qualified Real Estate Agent?
If you’re looking for a highly qualified real estate agent in the Greensboro or Triad area, contact Ed Price & Associates today.