Assuming your agent has 10 properties on the market, he/she is unlikely to give you much help after the sign off of contract. I have yet to find the assistant/team have or any idea what has been done or you are going.
Most homes in MV sells by itself with internet/mls. 99% will say the same thing.
What would you tell a buyer about the area?
What do you suggest I do to prepare the home for sale?
What do you suggest a good sale price would be?
How long is your listing contract?
Do you have references?
Best of Luck To you
John R Facchini
Full Time Realtor
Buying and selling homes is a team sport. The quality of the relationship between seller and agent definitely affects the outcome.
Best of luck.
If you are relocating, consider Sonoma County! We have a lot of reasonably priced homes and a lot less traffic, and the wine country events and lifestyle make this a very desirable area! Drop me a line! Best, Terry Bell, Realtor
Creative Property Services
Santa Rosa, CA
Remember and this is very important, just because they have or have had loads of listings don't mean they are the best choice to sell your home! If they don't know how to market the home it won't sell, and they will have many of them not sold and just sitting on the market forever... I know there are agents out there just looking for listings this way they don't have to do much only collect the commission at time of sale, and thats not how it works, they really need to work to sell the home with marketing and getting as many eyes on the inside of the property as possible.
If you'd like to email me I will give you some strategies we use to get out homes marketed and sold in Connecticut because they get exposure every way we can... my email is Kim06784@gmail.com.