Of course, the best way is to ask your friends and famil\y fro a referral. Next I would suggest visiting their websites. Look at their testimonials from past customers. Then meet with them. there is no better judge than face to face interaction. You need to make sure you are comfortable with your agent. Also, ask what kinds of deals (savings) they were able to acheive for their buyer. This could give you insight if your agent is just working for price or for you. There are plenty of Realtors to choose, soyou want to make sure that yours willbe there before , during, and after the sale. Good Luck!
CC Underwood, Realtor
Any time you enter into a relationship with an agent it is referred to as agency. As of October 1, 1997, there are two authorized real estate transactions in Florida.
SINGLE AGENCY- If you enter into a SINGLE AGENCY relationship, the broker or brokerage firm and (all of the brokers and salespersons employeed by that firm) become your agent. A single agent owes you the following:
*Dealing honestly and fairly
*accounting for all funds
*Timely presentation odf all real estate offers
*skill,care, and dilligence in the transaction
*disclosing all relevant information reguarding the condiction of the residential property.
TRANSACTION BROKERAGE If you enter into a transaction brokerage relationship, the broker or brokerage firm (and all the brokers and salesperson's employeed by that firm):
*DOES NOT REPRESENT YOU AS YOUR OWN AGENT
*Owes you only LIMITED confidentiality
*Provides you a LIMITED form of representation
*May also provide a limited form of representation to the other party in the transaction
*Owes you fewer duties than a single agent.
Shonda Sauls, REALTORÂ®
Prudential Network Realty
I believe I fit that description by proving over the last 12 year that I provide excellent service through honest and reliable dedication to my customer's needs.
I would be honored to work with you to locate the "right " house for you.
direct line 904-710-1574