What sells a house is the buyer, not the realtor. The realtor is tool to represent the sellers and/or buyers. The realtor sells the facts about your home.
What helps is location, condition and listed price of the home.
Realtors do about the same thing, and be careful of those that tell you they do alot more things then others. When you list your home, it goes on the MLS, and then the different websites pull it in to many websites that people search for homes on their own. The MLS serves as a tool for ALL the realtors, giving them the inventory of homes to present to their clients. If selling homes relied on a certain name of an agency, then there would only be one agency in town to sell homes, in my opinion.
The name of the company should not matter to you, the realtor that represents you is what you want to look at. One realtor list your home and all the other realtors have the same opportunity to sell it.
My name is Suzy. I am a realtor that works for an agency that is the 10th largest company in 17 months. We don't have the well known name at this moment in time that everyone is familiar with, but why are we now growing at this fast rate....Why?...because we really care about helping our clients(buyers or sellers). We want our clients to keep as much equity as possible, but still be able for the realtor to make money for the work that is done. Again, the amount of commission a realtor charges you does not mean they are better then other realtors. It means you keep less of your equity.
If you want a realtor that represent you and also save you money,lets you keep more equity--not lock you into long listing agreements-- represent you with a free professional photographer to do our listing photos, Then please call me at 405-589-4294. I am a honest, hardworking realtor that really appreciates the opportunity the sellers and buyers give me .