I need an agressive realtor to sell our home in the Elizabethtown, KY area.

Asked by Ken, Rineyville, KY Sun Apr 19, 2009

Any recomendations would be greatly appreciated.

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John Sacktig, Agent, New Jersey, NJ
Mon Apr 20, 2009
Hi Ken,

Try to find someone on Trulia that is local to you. I am sure that I can find you someone in your area,
But I only refer agents in different states after a great deal of communication and research.
I suggest you do the same in your area. Due diligence is the key to the success of your home sale.

Make sure you interview in detail and get written commitments and ask to SEE what they do for you.

Other then come to Kentucky myself, get licensed and market and sell your home..
I do not have a good referral for you. But I wish you the best of luck.

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Nancy Keith…, Agent, Louisville, KY
Wed Jan 6, 2010
Greetings Ken, since your post was quite awhile ago, you may have already found a good Realtor. I have only one comment on an aggressive Realtor, it doesn't matter how much one advertises, open houses, flyiers, mail outs your home has to match your wants. Aggressive Realtor = Aggressive price.
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Marsha Booth, , 42701
Tue May 19, 2009
Hi Ken, my name is Marsha Booth and I am with Re/Max Executive Group, Inc, Marsha Booth and Associates in Elizabethtown and I would love to help you sell your home. You can contact me anytime at 270-735-1353 and my team and I can help you sell your home. I can do a market analysis to help you determine a good asking price and we can go from there. Just give me a call at your convenience. Thanks, Marsha
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Emily Erekuff, Home Owner, Menifee, CA
Mon Apr 20, 2009
Hi Everyone,

Thank you for reporting this question to us. I've corrected the location so hopefully some members from this area will chime in.

Ken, I also recommend that you check out our Find a Pro results for this area. There are 80 real estate professionals in Elizabethtown on our site and reviewing their profiles and contributions is a great way to get a feel for their expertise and personality.

Best Wishes,

Emily Gibson
Community Moderator
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Jeanne Feeni…, Agent, Basking Ridge, NJ
Mon Apr 20, 2009
Hi Ken, we agents all can refer an agent to you - it is one way to get direction and the referring agent is compensated via a referral fee from the agent they refer if you choose to do business with them. I'd be happy to do some leg work as well. But let me reiterate, however you come upon a list of agents to consider, take the time to interview them - you owe it to yourself.

Incidentally, if you do use an agent that comes through a referral, know that the referral fee arrangement does not result in an increase in the commission - it simply means that the agent shares a portion of his/her commission with the referring agent.

Jeannie Feenick
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Laureen Coup, Agent, Long Beach Island, NJ
Mon Apr 20, 2009
My company is proud to be a long-standing member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World TM, an affiliation comprised of only independently owned and operated real estate companies. Leading Real Estate Companies of the World consistently outsells all other franchise brands annually. Leading RE is comprised of over 700 member firms with 5,000 offices, over 145,000 sales associates both in the United States and more than 35 countries globally. I would be happy to refer you to an excellent agent in Ky. Feel free to send me an email with all the necessary information and I will have someone contact you.
Take care,
Laureen Coup
Crossroads Realty
(732) 674-7506
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Lisa Tempesta, , Parsippany, NJ
Mon Apr 20, 2009
Hi Ken,
I can recommend a realtor through my vast network of agents. Please call or email me so I can recommend the right agent for you. I always like to match the skillset you are looking for with the appropriate agent.

My email address is lisa.tempesta@cbmoves.com. Or cell is (973) 668-6322.

Good luck with selling your home!
Lisa Tempesta, Broker-Salesperson
Realtor® -Associate
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage / 2200 Rt. 10 West, Parsippany, NJ 07054
(973) 267-3030 x 129 / (973) 267-4161 fax / (973) 668-6322 cell / skype id lisa.tempesta / text 9736686322
connect with me on linkedin.com / plaxo.com / facebook.com

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Jeanne Feeni…, Agent, Basking Ridge, NJ
Mon Apr 20, 2009
Ken, get your posted redirected to KY - but let me amplify the advice to interview - the agent you select will make a difference - make that difference a positive one by carefully selecting a good one. Be sure to question the agents you consider on their comfort with, and commitment to, online marketing - you are here on Trulia and so you understand that it is important - and it is! It is likely that your buyer will find you online and so you'd better be strongly positioned there. Pricing is critical - talk to agents about their approach, their comfort with the analytics and ask them to prepare and discuss their pricing analysis. Do not be fooled by an agent that tried to "buy" your listing by stroking your ego with an inflated price....that is the beginning of a losing formula that will lead to chasing the falling market and yield you less in the end. Finally, do not underestimate the importance of agent effort -sounds simple, but is so important. You want a full time agent who is fully engaged and enthusiastic about helping you succeed in selling your home.

Good luck and best
Jeannie Feenick
Search and connect at http://www.feenick.com
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Gina Chirico, Agent, Fairfield, NJ
Sun Apr 19, 2009

You posted your question in New Jersey. Perhaps reposting in Kentucky may bring you some results.

Good luck with the sale of your home.

Gina Chirico, Sales Associate
Prudential New Jersey Properties
973-715-1158 cell
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