After you determine an asking price, our listing agents should provide you with a comprehensive marketing plan detailing how we will get your property sold. This plan should include the following:
Once you get an offer on your home, it's our job to present it to you and advise if any haggling needs to be done. For instance, if you get an offer way below asking price, your knee-jerk reaction may be to refuse in a huff. Don't fret, we might be able to negotiate with the buyers and bring that price up to a decent level—or, if the buyers truly can't budge much, find other ways to sweeten the deal like a quicker closing date or waived contingencies. These compromises can actually save you tens of thousands of dollars.
If you're looking for a listing agent, Dynamic Realty Advisors are available to assist you. When choosing an agent ask them some questions to assess whether they're right for you. Most agents pretty much work the same way, however, there are some that will make a promise and not deliver. No one can guarantee the sell of your home but we all strive toward the same goal so its a win-win for everyone!
Here are some questions to ask a prospective listing agent:
Listing agents don't receive a dime unless your home gets sold. If it does, the typical agent commission is 6% of the price of your home (which is typically split between the listing agent and the buyer's agent). This price may seem substantial, but consider this: For every hour an agent spends with you, he will spend an average of nine hours behind the scenes working on your behalf. In other words, listings agents work hard to earn that commission and get your home sold.