First, I would suggest the 1st questions to ask is if they are FULL TIME or Part Time. In this market, you want someone that is focused as a professional and takes their career seriously as well as available. And 2nd, do they focus in the communities that you want to live in.
After that, some things to look for are if they are knowledgeable and if you mesh well. You can have the most knowledgeable agent out there, but if you don't work well together, it will be a nightmare for you.
Also make sure they are representing YOU and not the seller. It is not a good idea to use the agent that is listing the house as they are representing the seller and not you.
Don't be afraid to ask for references and ask some hard questions. This may be the largest purchase you will ever make.. or the first of many.
Weichert Realtors Media
267 968 1505
Philip J. Cunningham Sr
V.I.P. Realty Corporation
7942 Bustleton Ave
Natalie Rounick REALTOR
Jared Kotler REALTOR
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
U S Spaces, Inc.
(215) 839-9223 Direct
(215 829-8850 Main
2043 Locust St
Phila., PA 19103
Please contact me so we can speak
about the buying process & put together a list of the homes you would like to see.
Century21 Advantage Gold-Castor
about the buyi.g process & then
Once you're pre-approved, start sourcing a great (not good) realtor or real estate team in your area. A professional realtor can save you tons of time and will represent your best interests in negotiating the terms of the contract.
Goldwasser Real Estate
I work with many first time home buyers each year and can help you to if you like.
First thing is have you been pre-approved for a loan? That would be the first step in the process.
My next question what area/neighborhood are you looking to move to and what type of home do you need/want?
I enjoy helping people so email and i can help you