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  • Benefits of a Realtor®

    Simply put, a Realtor® acts as a liaison between sellers and buyers of different types of real estate. Generally, Realtors® assist in the closing process of the sale or purchase of a home and give advice about the property.

    A Realtor® is a crucial part of the purchasing process in part because they help you determine your true buying ability. After evaluating some of your basic financial information your Realtor® then helps you understand different financing options and refer you to qualified lenders for pre-approval. This is important especially for people who are not entirely familiar with the mortgage industry and programs provided.

    Realtors® generally like to offer a wide selection of properties, within your specified criteria, for you to choose from. An experienced Realtor® will also provide you with extensive resources and educated advice to help you in your efforts to buy or sell. Part of a Realtor’s® job is to research and learn about the neighborhoods they work in and around, therefore they’re qualified to assist you in narrowing your choices and providing diligent information on local communities. He or she will provide you with objective and valuable insight.

    When it comes to determining the best possible price, financing, and terms your Realtor® will help you negotiate and establish a deal that works best for you. They will then guide you through the closing process to make sure everything goes smoothly.

    You will also receive up-to-date information on what is happening in the marketplace such as the pricing, financing, terms and condition of competing properties from your Realtor® when selling your home. They know when, where and how to market your home and will monitor potential buyers to help you objectively assess buyers’ bids and avoid any potential snares.

    It should be reassuring to know that Realtors® subscribe to a strict code of ethics, have access to plenty of resources for you and can help with the entire closing process. 

    Nov 30 2010