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How Do Agents Earn Their Commission?


 
If you are wondering how an agent earns their commission, here is a rundown of everything we do for our clients.

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How do we agents earn our commission? There are six important ways: 

1. We identify and solve problems quickly by providing solutions to our clients.

2. We pre-qualify buyers. If I am your listing agent, it is my job to ask buyers the right questions so you can go under contract with one who is fully qualified and can close within the escrow period. 

3. We manage expectations. I need to manage expectations for my clients so they know what the process is like and we can work together to execute it properly.



My ultimate goal is to get them the most amount of money in the least amount of time.



4. We have communication skills. We have to communicate with both our clients and the public at large. We get paid to tell the truth, which is difficult sometimes because of market conditions we have no control over. Part of these communication skills also involves forecasting what’s to come in our market in the near future. 

5. We can find buyers for our seller clients. One of my favorite things to do in my job is prospect for buyers.

6. We can effectively and efficiently guide buyers and sellers through the whole home sale process. I have a full-service team working with me, and our whole goal is to prevent clients from waiting on me. Rather, my team should be waiting on them. 

When people hire me, my ultimate goal is to get them the most amount of money in the least amount of time. 

If you would like to know more about how I am able to accomplish this goal or you have any other real estate questions, please feel free to reach out to me. I would love to help you.

3 Questions Your Agent Should Be Able to Answer


 
How can you determine whether your listing agent is the right choice to help you sell your home? Start with these three questions.

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Today we are going to talk about the three most important questions that you should be asking your listing agent:

1. What is my home worth? A good listing agent should be able to tell you what you should list the home for and what it will sell for within a couple of percentage points.



The agent should have a specific marketing plan that will attract the most possible buyers.



2. How long will it take to sell my home? They should also be able to show you the average time on market for your area and what their own average is based on past sales.

3. What will you do do get the property sold? There should be a specific marketing plan that will attract the most possible buyers and get your home sold quickly.

I would be happy to go over my answers to these questions with you. If you would like to know them or if you have any other questions about the market, please feel free to give me a call or send me an email today. I would love to hear from you soon.

How Has Our Market Been Doing Recently?


 
It is time to take a look at the latest market conditions. But alongside today’s update, allow me to also share a great, new listing.

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It is time to take a look back at our April real estate market. But before we get into those statistics, I want to tell you about a great new listing. 

Located at 3542 East Hazelwood Street, this 4-bed, 2-bath Phoenix property is one you will certainly want to check out for yourself. To see photos of this 2,000 square-foot, $675,000 home, click here. 



We are still in a strong seller’s market.



Now let’s get back to discussing our market. Currently, we are still in a strong seller’s market. As of April, there were 10% fewer homes on the market than in April of 2017. And there were 4% more sales year over year, as well. 

If you have any other questions, would like more information, or are curious about how market conditions will impact your real estate goals, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.