Real Estate Professionals

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Real Estate Professionals

Real Estate Professionals, there are many out there today. Good and…not so good. Weather investors or brokers/agents, chance are you may already know one from within your own circle. You can get referrals from neighbors, friends and family members. Or you can use tools like Google to find good investors in your area. Just be careful and ask a lot of questions. You can use Trulia to help you find recommended agents. You can go to my website at www.cashforhousesrh.com and I can help in any situation you may be in. From Pre-Foreclosure, Probate, Bankruptcy, Divorce. And most of the time, I will simply buy your house in it’s current condition, with cash.

You are going to be spending a lot of time with the investor or agent, so his or her style had better be compatible with your. Do you need someone easygoing or someone aggressive? Personally, I am a self-employed, aggressive investor. I buy houses in Dallas and have been doing this since 2001. Most people like working with me, as I do what I say I am going to do. But, there are those who appreciate not being bothered t every turn or change of plans. For me, that’s not a problem, as I have dealt with many styles and types of people.

You Probably Know One

So, either way you go, choose the most qualified person for the job that you think you will work well with. Real Estate Professionals are both investors and agents, and the ideal person for you is an experienced real estate professional, who knows the market, acts in an ethical manner, answers all of your questions, address’s your concerns and most important, will listen to you and be your teammate.

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Ask Good Questions

Here are 10 questions that you ask your real estate professional before you hire them to help you with your home search.

  1. What percentage of your clients are buyers (vs sellers)?
  2. In which neighborhoods do you primarily work?
  3. Will I be working with you or handed off to someone else other than you? In other words, will you handle all aspects of my transaction or will you delegate some task to a sales associate or administrative assistant? A knowledgeable assistant can be invaluable, but you want to make sure you can connect with your investor, broker/agent.
  4. Do you work full-time or part-time as a real estate investor?
  5. How many homes have you closed on in my neighborhood?
  6. What other buyers are you representing now? How many sellers? Hint: the busiest investor or broker often are the most efficient.
  7. Is your license in good standing? You should check an agent’s certification yourself with your state’s Department of Real Estate . Many state provide this information online.
  8. How many years of education and experience do you have? Experience and continuing education typically make for better investors.
  9. Are you also a broker and/or Realtor agent?
  10. Can you provide me with the names and phone numbers of past clients who have used your services?

Picking a real estate investor is a key decision in the home buying and selling process and I want to see you do it right. There are so many real estate investors out there today. What you need to look out for is the newbie investor. If they cannot share reference’s with you, tell them to take a walk.

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