Listing Agent

The world of real estate is so large and as an agent you have a choice. You can be a jack of all trades master of none, or you can refine your skills and master a specific position. I am a listing agent. In fact, the only time I work with buyers are when my sellers want to buy locally. Here are some of the perks working with an exclusive listing agent. 

 
 
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Benefits

1. You know I'm not looking to just put a sign in your yard and attract buyers to convert to clients. I have one goal in mind, to sell your property. 

2. I am not consistently booked with buyer showings, I use my time to market, research, and solicit the property.  

3. I am thorough in research. Listing agents like to focus on farming neighborhoods to obtain multiple listings. Therefore, I go the extra mile to research the area. From schools, to HOA's, and I also build rapport with neighbors, who many know of buyers looking to purchase in the area.  

4. I am able to hold myself and marketing accountable. Since my goal is to sell your home, I am constantly looking at performance. If I'm not getting the results I want, I review and brainstorm other ways to sell the house. I am also able to bring more experience to the table, knowing what does work and what doesn't. 

5. Dual agent - some agents look to bring a buyer to their seller and represent both parties. I however, think that's a conflict of interest. As a seller's agent my goal is to get you highest and best offer. As a buyers agent the goal is to get the buyer a good deal. If those to goals clash do you feel confident your agent is representing your best interest? If I acquire the buyer for your property, just like with most buyers, I refer them to another KW agent.  

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