Choosing Your Real Estate Agent

How to choose a Real Estate Agent

Choosing the right Real Estate Agent is one of the most important steps you can take when buying or selling real estate. We’ve put together a list of questions you should consider asking when interviewing a real estate agent for your next real estate transaction.

  1. Is this your full-time job?
  2. How many homes did you sell last year?
  3. When will you be communicating with me, the buyer and how often?
  4. What’s your average selling price?
  5. What’s your average days on market for properties you sell?
  6. Do I still pay you commission if I find a buyer myself?
  7. Is there any penalty for canceling my listing?
  8. What’s your average listing price vs. average selling price?

Why you should choose John McNair as your Realtor.

  • Over 10 years in the real estate business as a professional landman, VP of real estate for a DFW based energy company, and property investor has enabled John McNair to really understand the Texas real estate market. When John sits down to discuss your housing needs when buying – or reviews his comprehensive, written marketing plan to help you sell your home – he brings with him a complete knowledge of the community and the changing market conditions.
  • John is dedicated to serving your needs. John’s people skills, management abilities, customer service expertise, and fresh marketing ideas will make for a strong real estate partnership with his clients
  • John is committed to providing you with a “premier level of customer service.”
  • John is a Certified Home Marketing Specialist (CHMS), able to help sellers stage their properties to sell quickly.

Why should you use a REALTOR®?

Only real estate licensees who are members of the National Association of REALTORS® are properly called REALTORS®. REALTORS® subscribe to a strict code of ethics and are expected to maintain a higher level of knowledge as it relates to the process of buying and selling real estate. They are committed to serving all parties of a transaction honestly and all REALTOR® business practices are monitored at local board levels, where arbitration and disciplinary systems are in place to address complaints from the public or other board members.

I can give you up-to-date information on what is happening in the marketplace including terms of competing properties. This is a key factor in selling your home at the best price in the least amount of time. Between an initial sales agreement and settlement, questions may arise. As your REALTOR®, I will help you resolve unforeseen issues and move the transaction towards settlement.

 

 

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