The Real Worth of a Professional Real Estate Agent

Many people think a real estate agent’s job is solely to market a property that he/she has listed or to take buyers out and find them a new home or investment. Most of the public and a few agents themselves feel that is their function in the real estate marketplace.

In the real world, most often the real worth of your Realtor® is what is done during and after the contract for sale is negotiated and signed. A good Realtor® will have a wealth of negotiating tactics to try to get a contract that will be a win-win situation for both the buyer and seller.

After the contract is signed, there come a lot of potential pitfalls to a successful closing, such as inspections, appraisals, financing, surveys, and more. Your professional Realtor® will do his/her best to recommend the best vendors and help hold the transaction together as an intermediary for further negotiations and any possible problems that invariably arise.

For many unrepresented sellers this lesson is very often learned the hard way. Even most real estate lawyers won’t or can’t give the type of support a Realtor® can give. After all, they are paid by the hour and their main concern is legal. The Realtor® is only paid if there is a successful conclusion to the transaction.

To see what one buyer went through recently, check out his postings here: .

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