Sell Yourself to a Strong Real Estate Agent

Why Do I Need a Strong Real Estate Agent?

In today’s competitive market, the first sale a buyer needs to make is to a strong real estate agent. Why is this? A tight market means it’s more important than ever to have an agent who can:

  • Find as many potential properties as possible
  • Negotiate a successful contract with your specific needs in mind, and
  • After that, navigate all the pitfalls that can occur during closing

What Do I Have to Do for My Agent?

Remember, your relationship with your real estate agent is a partnership. Help your agent understand your commitment to buying a home. It’s important that they know that you will do YOUR part before they can invest the time and expense needed to make your purchase happen.

Your part of the partnership includes:

  • Willingness to be preapproved for a mortgage
  • Being prepared to actively search for a home
  • Understanding that the perfect home may not be possible
  • Being ready to transact as soon as the right home is found
  • Listening to reasonable considerations involving contingencies

There are 1.5 million agents in America. However, you need the exceptional one. A strong agent has the skills, experience and dedication to find and purchase the right home for you. Above all, the partnership you build with the agent can determine the success you have buying a home in today’s market.

What Sound Investments, Inc. Can Do for You

At Sound Investments, we understand that a home purchase should be one of the most exciting times of your life! Our expert advice and experience will help make the process seamless and stress-free. In addition, because we pride ourselves on growing our repeat and referral business, you can be assured that we are committed to delivering you the best experience possible.

Roland Wilson, Your Real Estate Agent at Sound Investments

To learn more about what we do for you as your real estate agent for a purchase, CLICK HERE. You might also want to check out some of our buying tips. Or, you can call us at (510)-244-0081.