Questions A Seller Should Ask A Realtor

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8 hours ago Here are the best questions to ask a realtor when selling. Question #1: How did you arrive at your suggested list price? Notice that this question isn’t, “What do you think my asking price should be?” Every real estate agent will tell you what they think you should list your home for. But the “how” is much more important.

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2 hours ago One of the most popular questions a seller will ask a Realtor pertains to pricing and negotiating room. Leaving room for negotiations is one of the biggest home pricing myths in real estate. There is a lot of unnecessary risks that come from pricing a home too high.

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8 hours ago The list to price ratio is the sales price divided by the asking price. It tells you how close to the listing price the house sold for — and it could be a sign that an agent always gets their clients more. A good list-to-price ratio will depend on the market and location, but be wary of percentages too far below 90%.

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3 hours ago Before you hire your next real estate agent to sell your home, asking the right questions is critical.The real estate market is constantly changing, even faster since the coronavirus outbreak. So if you are going to get top dollar for your home, you need a professional who is ready to tackle these tough questions to ask a Realtor and provide some quality …

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Just Now Clearly, choosing the right real estate agent is about more than just dollars. It’s also making sure you and your agent can both work together to get what you want. We wanted to know what questions to ask prospective real estate agents to help us find the the best Realtor ® if we’re thinking of selling your home. We asked several real

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5 hours ago The top 15 real estate questions to ask when selling a house 1. How do I prepare my home before I sell it? When preparing to sell your home, the first thing to do is make it presentable. This means giving the entire house a thorough cleaning and making small repairs. Mop the floors, scrub the bathrooms, and get rid of all the grime in the kitchen.

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8 hours ago How long have you been selling real estate? You don’t need to have been selling for 20 years to be knowledgeable and everyone has to start somewhere. But anyone with a track record of under 4 years should have a broker or other team member with experience they can point to who will be offering significant guidance and advice.

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5 hours ago 6 Feedback Questions Every Listing Agent Should Ask Buyer feedback impacts a number of factors in the home selling process, including whether the seller’s price and hope for a quick sale are legitimate.

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2 hours ago Questions Sellers Should Ask Buyers. By Generational Equity. Previously we looked at some common questions that buyers typically ask business owners in their initial “meet and greet” sessions. As you may recall, we focused on two key areas: questions pertaining to business risk and also those covering your personal motivations as a seller.

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5 hours ago Ask several questions about the costs that you, as the seller, will be paying in the real estate transaction, such as broker’s commission, closing …

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2 hours ago Here are a few extra questions real estate investors should ask. 1. Do you invest in real estate? What do you invest in and why? If they’re excelling at a certain type of investment, they can easily teach you to do the same. If they don’t invest in real estate, there are a lot of things they won’t be able to help you with. 2.

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2 hours ago 1. Create a sense of urgency – when I get a call from an interested buyer’s agent asking if there is other interest (see item #1 under Tips when Representing a Buyer), it’s important that you give a response that will give the buyer a reason to act quickly with an offer but not scare them away with the fear of competition. Here is my strategy for accomplishing this:

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5 hours ago Here are 21 Questions a Real Estate Agent Should Ask you before prescribing the right solution for your situation and your home: What’s the reason for the sale? That is, what’s your ‘BIG Why’? What price do you hope to get for your home? How did you find your home? (e.g. on the internet, newspaper ad etc)

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4 hours ago Should I price my home higher to leave room for negotiations? This frequently asked question often leads to a common pricing mistake that sellers make. Many sellers believe they should price their home $5,000 higher than what a top Realtor suggests to leave room for negotiations and low-ball offers.

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2 hours ago As a real estate agent, you should ask your client for the earnest money as a deposit in the form of a check or cash. The amount is usually 1-2% of the selling price and essentially takes the property off the market.

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9 hours ago Top questions to ask sellers at listing appointment. Part 1: Stop defending and start closing. (This is Part 1 of a three-part series. Read Part 2, " …

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4 hours ago Realtor®: A Realtor® is a licensed real estate agent that is also a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR). These agents must abide by the association’s Code of Ethics and its governing rules outlining an agent’s duty to their clients, the public, and other real estate professionals.

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9 hours ago Here are 15 questions to ask potential real estate agents. Nicholson Builders 1. What is your experience and education? Though a new real estate agent can certainly be motivated and eager to please, a pro with years of experience will have the knowledge and skill to face unexpected challenges.

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5 hours ago Make sure the seller is sufficiently motivated before you invest your time and energy in going on the listing appointment. 2. “If you could wave a magic wand, when would you like to put your home on the market?” Next to motivation, timing is the next most important qualified in determining if you want to work with a seller.

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7 hours ago Buyers aren’t the only ones who should be asking questions during the buyer interview. There are a plethora of articles (like this one) designed to help clients find the right agent, but there

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7 hours ago Here are six questions to ask your agent to flush out what he or she is truly thinking. These can help you figure out whether this piece of real estate is really right for you, and what your next

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3 hours ago Interviewing real estate agents can be intimidating, especially for first-time sellers. In this article, we explore the seven questions you should ask every time. Have questions about buying, selling or renting during COVID-19?

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3 hours ago One is simply asking their agent to reach out to the seller’s agent and ask how quickly the seller is looking to sell. The buyer’s agent can make it clear they have a seller who can settle in 7-10 days if necessary, but only for a reduced price. Or you …

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1 hours ago A good real estate agent will make important forms available to you for preview before you're required to sign them. Ask for these documents upfront, if at all possible. And, make sure during the interview stage that an agent is agreeable to this. As a buyer, ask for copies of the buyer's broker agreement.

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3 hours ago 10 Important Questions Before Making an Offer. 1. Before making the offer, how much did the seller pay for the home? Although in many cases the original purchase price may have nothing to do with the current value of the home, it’s always a good idea to ask. For example, if the seller only bought the home about five years ago and the markets

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6 hours ago In this case, the seller needs to de-clutter the home to make it more sellable. To market a home successfully, your Realtor should also host showings and open houses. They should make sure the home is listed on various real estate websites (not just MLS) to advertise the property to potential buyers.

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2 hours ago Here are ten questions for you or your real estate consultant to ask a seller when buying a home. The answers can give you a real advantage in negotiating the best deal and finding a home that really makes you happy. 1. Why is the seller moving? This is the one question that every home buyer should always ask the seller when buying a home.

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8 hours ago How do your realtor fees work? What experience do you have? How will you keep me informed? What are the drawbacks of my home? 10: Can I see your references? Like anyone put on the spot in a job interview, a real estate agent is likely to emphasize all of his positives -- sales records, qualifications, experience and so on.

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8 hours ago Five questions to ask if you are a buyer. 1. What is the current market like for a buyer in my price range and area? The Realtor should be able to tell you the average list price and sale price for a home with specific square feet, bedrooms, and bathrooms, and more based on your desired area or price range.

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3 hours ago While no one wants to overpay for their house, your offer should also be enough for a seller to accept, not to mention be competitive with other offers that may be coming in. While there’s no single magic formula for how to get to an offer price, there are some questions you should ask yourself, your agent, or even the listing agent.

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9 hours ago Here are some questions you may want to ask – although, keep in mind that you could be working with a representative rather than the owner themselves depending on the situation.. Also, if the seller lives in another state, inherited the land, or is an investor, they may not be able to answer all of these questions.

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Just Now Intermediate Questions. What was your average list price-to-sale-price ratio in the past year? In a seller’s market, expect to see a list-to-sales ratio of 100 percent to 110 percent. Be careful, as this number may reflect sellers who set unrealistic prices, which would adversely affect an agent’s ratio.

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3 hours ago Most people ask their [the buyer’s] real estate agent, who then asks the seller’s agent.” It’s usually best to get the sellers’ answer to this question in writing, especially if they promise to leave behind high-value items like a built-in sound system. 3. How long has the house been on the market?

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2 hours ago Mike Toste, Lake Norman NC Realtor® wrote: Excellent questions to ask. One important one you mentioned was to look for customer reviews of the real estate agent. Don't just look at the agent's website for reviews, but make sure you look at 3rd party review sites so that you can get a truly unbiased look at if there are people who recommend the Realtor, and what …

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4 hours ago A good real estate agent can make tens of thousands of dollars difference to your sale price, so it’s important to choose carefully. When you’re interviewing a real estate agent, by having great questions prepared ahead of time, you can walk into an interview with confidence.

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2 hours ago “The FSBO seller has to remember that the agent is working for the buyers, not for the sellers, and that it is the agent’s job to get the best deal possible for his or her clients ,i.e., the buyers,” says Myriam Benhamou, licensed associate real estate broker for Compass. “The sellers should be careful about volunteering information

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5 hours ago Sellers should never discuss things like price, why they are selling, problems with the home, other offers, or closing with buyers. Anything said to a buyer's agent should be considered said to the buyer and may be used during negotiations. Sellers should let their agent be the one to communicate with all prospective buyers and their agents.

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6 hours ago Buying real estate is exciting and terrifying, all at the same time. There are many steps to the home buying process and each step creates a new set of questions. Knowing the answers to the 10 most common home buying questions can alleviate some of the stress that comes with buying real estate.

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5 hours ago You have to speak to sellers with confidence. A seller can smell rookie fear. Before speaking with the seller, build your confidence. Whatever you need to do to become a bulldog, do it. When speaking with a seller, you need to do more listening than talking. Ask the necessary questions, such as:

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1 hours ago 5. Are the sellers open to negotiating on the price? If you want to get the best possible price on a house and the price guide is more than you want to pay, make sure from the outset you ask the agent whether or not the seller is open to negotiating and a reduced price.

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6 hours ago Gold. Wendy Johnson. about 2 years ago. Lowering the sales price is best or cleanest (less complex) way to not risk the sale for your buyer because some lenders don't like to see a reppair credit as a line item - some buyers take the money and don't do the repairs etc.. Seller credits for repairs can also be line itemed as seller assistance

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1 hours ago Recommended Selling Price for Your Home. A real estate agent might come to your meeting with a comparable market analysis (CMA) of homes similar to yours (in size, amenities, and location) that are either on the market or have sold within a reasonable recent time period (ideally three months, but no more than six). A CMA should also include

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1 hours ago When buying a co-op in NYC, buyers should expect to pay about one to two percent of the purchase price, or two to three if the apartment costs $1,000,000 or greater. Closing costs when buying a co-op are much lower than buying a condo in NYC as you are not required to pay mortgage recording tax or purchase title insurance .

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5 hours ago ZipTips®: 10 Questions First-Time Home Buyers Should Ask. The main goal for a "Buyer's Agent" is to find the best home for a buyer, while negotiating the best price. A "Seller's Agent" is a real estate agent hired by the seller to market and sell their home. The main goal of a "Seller's Agent" is to sell the seller's home at the highest

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Just Now One of the first questions to ask the estate agent when you are looking at a property to buy, is why the owner is selling. The estate agent doesn’t have to answer, but if you’re lucky they might hint at the circumstances. You might find out the owner is desperate to sell, perhaps because work is taking them overseas, and so would accept a

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3 hours ago If you're a real estate investor, here are several questions to consider when looking at investment properties. Questions Investors Should Ask When Buying and Selling Investment Property. Retrieved January 1, 2022, Questions Investors Should Ask When Buying and Selling Investment Property EzineArticles.com.

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3 hours ago Estate agents usually charge a percentage fee, which can be anywhere between 0.75% and 3.5% of the agreed selling price for your home depending on the type of contract you choose. You should aim to get a fee that is 1% + VAT for a sole agency contract.

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