I would be happy to discuss any more questions you may have - please give me a call.
Karen J. Mills
R J Smith Realty, Real Estate Solutions
Pine Bush, NY
It's a good idea to interview a Realtor before you hire one. While distance could be a factor, more important than the distance is the Realtor's knowledge of the neighborhood. Maybe the Realtor lived or worked in the town or has relatives there. A sample of other interview questions for a broker...How long have you been a Realtor? Are you full time? How many homes did you and your brokerage sell last year? What type of support and supervision does your borkerage office provide you? What specific marketing systems and approaches will you use? How will you keep me informed about the progress of my transaction?
I would be happy to answer these questions for you about my business and about what I could do for you...call me!
Karin Poggio, Associate Broker
Keller Williams Realty
229 Rt 32
Central Calley, NY 10917
(845) 597-5997 direct/text