Interview Your Realtor? Yes, of course.

Posted on July 6, 2008. Filed under: -- Investing, -- Moving?, -- Real Estate Guide For Today's Market, -- Top 10..., . More Resources For YOU! | Tags: , , , , |


By Molly Greaves

Once you start working with a realtor, I’m sure you’ll want the process to be as smooth and efficient as possible. That’s why after your realtor asks you questions to find out your needs and wants for your new property, you’ll need to interview her too, to make sure you have the right match for you. You’re going to want to be in the hands of a professional known in real estate if you want to close on a place more quickly. If you don’t click with a realtor, don’t feel badly moving on to the next; it’s all part of business. They’re going to make a hunky chunk of change from working with you, so you have the right to decide who you employ. Wouldn’t you agree? 

Also, do make sure that when you go in for your inital meeting, you carry an outline with you of what your needs and wants are. Make sure you spend a lot of time to make sure the list is complete with details that you have. You want to give a good enough description so you can attract the home of your dreams to you. You’ll also want to be most prepared so your realtor finds you something that YOU like, not what she likes or is hoping to sell. Equally important, you also dont want to waste time looking at things that dont interest you in the slightest. Time’s too precious, gas is too high.

This will set the foundation up for a professional experience that will make the buying process easier on you and anyone else involved in the process.  

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