Tara Mcmahon,  in New York, NY

Good agents?

Asked by Tara Mcmahon, New York, NY Wed Jan 18, 2012

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Are you asking what makes an agent a good agent?

Need you to clarify.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 19, 2012
Not sure what your question is but i am an exclusive buyer's broker here in Manhattan and I provide personalized service from beginning to closing and can actually save buyer's money on their purchase through my expertise, skills and for some purchases a buyer's rebate. Please give me a call if you need assictance with purchasing a home in New york City.
Jolie Muss
Licensed Real Estate Broker and Brokerage
331 Columbus Avenue NY, NY 10022
212 721-3301
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 19, 2012
Good Grief!
Maybe you should start with an easier question....like what's a short sale?
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 19, 2012
Real estate agents have gotten a bad reputation as “salespeople” who hold selfish interests in your home.

This is the third tip in our series: “12 Tips for Buying Real Estate in Southwest Florida” which is also available as a free eBook at my website.

On the other end of the spectrum, successful and reliable agents, while experts in marketing and sales, are experts in negotiation and advisement when you are selling or buying your home. Knowing what to look for and how to pick an agent will ensure that the process goes seamlessly and quickly.

Many horror stories have circled about agents pushing expensive listings (that yield maximum commission), their own listings, or demanding that buyers make decisions on few options before they are ready to do so.

Real estate agents are a dime a dozen. The most important aspect of the buying or selling process is knowing how to pick the right agent who will keep your best interests in mind.

Make sure that you mesh well with the personality of your agent. You will inevitably spend a lot of time with your agent discussing deals whether you’re buying or selling. Trust must be established with an agent that you get along with before a successful transaction can occur on either side of a deal.

Choose an agent that has experience in selling real estate in general as well as in your desired area. An experienced agent that specializes in one area in particular is usually the first to know about great deals in your desired neighborhood, often before they come onto the market.

In our free eBook 12 Tips for Buying Real Estate in Southwest Florida, we also give you two specific questions to ask your agent that will help you determine if you should hire them or not. Download it today.

If you’re having trouble choosing an agent out of the thousands of real estate agents here in Southwest Florida, Contact us today. A.J. Ackerman & Associates will be happy to answer all your questions.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 19, 2012
One bad apple doesn't spoil the whole bunch!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 19, 2012
There are some good agents, some bad and many mediocre ones. What do you think separates the good from the mediocre?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 19, 2012
Well, you really need to ask a question first.............but I am sure there are some good agents around!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jan 18, 2012
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