When you are selling a property, it is necessary to find a good real estate agent to help you with the whole process. Here are some tips to help you make an informed decision.

1. Research online


Do some research online to find a list of good real estate agents. Look at their websites and find out about their experience. You can check out their portfolio and client testimonials as well. Choose an agent near your area.

2. Do local search


The agent is going to represent you and your property. It is better to search locally, as the agent will have better knowledge about the local housing industry and its neighborhood. He will know about the other properties that are on sale. They will be able to compare similar properties.

3. Watch an agent in action


You can enter open homes and inspect how the agent works. See how he deals with the prospective buyers. You should notice the way he communicates, his behavior, his selling skills, etc. You can get contact details and get back to them later to discuss things in detail.

4. Are you comfortable?


You need to feel comfortable with the agent. You should be able to have open communication with him. You should be able to trust him.

5. Check the expertise

Find out how many properties the agent has sold recently. Ask about facts like sale prices; time left idle in the market, etc. Find out the depth of knowledge the agent has on the market in your area. Check out whether they know about the neighborhood, schools, transportation and other facilities that buyers usually look for when buying a house.

You should consider all these things before hiring a real estate agent for your property. If your real estate agent isn’t good, you may not get the right value for your property, and it might sit idle in the market for a long time.


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  1. You mentioned finding a local agent to help you sell or find a property helps because they know the neighborhood. Being able to know what similar properties are selling for can help make sure you get the best deal possible. Next time I need an agent I’ll make sure to remember to look for someone familiar with the region. Thanks for the great read.

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