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By Liz Voss ABR®, GRI, MBA | Broker in San Antonio, TX

Where to begin in selecting your Realtor

     It's important that you know the Realtor you decide to work with has a good work ethic and high personal integrity. To be sure you, spend time and ask the right questions. All these issues should be thought through thoroghly prior to choosing a real estate agent since this is the person who is going to help you buy a property. It is important that you are happy with the Realtor you choose. 

     Remember, you will be depending on this agent to help you choose the correct property. You don't need an agent who is going to make you feel belittled, and not act in your best interest, not to mention the professional aspect. These issues will come in to play when negotiating the best price on your new property. If this is a decision that you make carefully, then you can rest assured you will enjoy your new home all the more. You should start by coming up with a short list of Realtors who meet your requirements, and make sure they answer all your questions. Don't skimp on the interview process, and make sure you get answers to all your questions. You can even ask for previous clients to find out how the Realtor will work with you after the sale.

   
  The Realtor needs to understand what your needs are in order to set expectaions. Upon choosing a real estate agent, make sure they work with you by explaining the process. As mentioned earlier, get references and ask if they would use the Realtor again. If the real estate agent can't give references, it's probably a good idea to keep interviewing agents. Follow these simple steps and you will have a much better home buying experience.



Liz Voss is a professional Realtor for San Antonio Real Estate. To meet with Liz, or find out what San Antonio properties she can show you, call.

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