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A Good Realtor has Nothing to Hide

tech <p><span>I recently read an article that resurfaced,</span> <span><a href= ""> <i><span>How to Interview a Realtor With Great Questions</span></i></a></span><span>, posted by real estate author, Bill Gassett, in 2010. I tried to leave a comment, but it might be off his radar by now.</span></p> <div><span><span>His concepts hold true today, and this post hits on many points that reinforce what I have seen in the industry for years.</span></span></div> <div><span><span>It is amazing how many people neglect their homework when selecting a Realtor. Selling a home is no small undertaking. People should research and evaluate a Realtor as they would a doctor or someone who looks after their child (to put it in context).</span> <span>They should look for someone with a mix of credibility, integrity, smarts, and people-skills who gives each client a personalized approach.</span></span></div> <div><span><span>Many people want the best Realtor, but they may be skeptical of working with a top producer for fear of being lost in the shuffle. While it is important to select a Realtor who knows how to handle the big ticket items like pricing a home correctly, marketing and negotiating, it is equally important to look at their attention to detail and personal service. This will be a true reflection of their work ethic and commitment to selling a home.</span></span></div> <div><span><span>Personally, I encourage people to shop around, check out my track record, my references, and compare my activity with others in the area. A good Realtor has nothing to hide, and you should find a Realtor that makes you feel feel confident, at ease, and assured that you have the best path to success for selling your home.</span></span></div> <div><span><span>In the meantime, go over to Massachusetts Real Estate News and</span> <span><a href= ""> <span>read the full article</span></a></span> <span>for more information and additional tips.</span></span></div>

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