The Real Estate Agent Role
The real estate agent role in British Columbia is well defined and described in law and regulation. The professional relationship that exists between you and a real estate agent changed recently. Contact Brett for more details and how you and your real estate interests can be best represented. He will fully explain the relationship that exists between you as the client and him as your agent.
This real estate agent role video discusses some very general reasons why having a real estate selling agent to represent you is a good idea. The real estate Law of Agency changed in British Columbia in June of 2012. Contact me and find out why having a real estate agent is not only a good idea, but why you and your interests would be much better served by being represented by a competent agent. Reduce your risk, increase value and gain peace of mind.
Some of the points mentioned in the video about the real estate agent role include:
1. Understand local current housing market to maximize your profit.
2.Benefit from RE/MAX networks and brand name.
3. Assessment of home condition to make it Fit to Sell.
4. Advice throughout the process.
5. Negotiate the best price and terms.
6. Properly complete documentation.
7. Coordinate visits to your home before closing.
8. Be there to answer questions.
Brett has expert knowledge of the local market and follows it statistically each and every day as well as working within it on behalf of buyers and sellers. This is his full time job and focus.
Brett has developed extensive professional networks over his more than 35 years as a professional. He uses these networks as a professional and to further his goals as a real estate agent.
Part of a real estate agents job is to show homes. When you are in thousands of homes in the local area you quickly gain an appreciation of value and what shows well and what does not. There are ways to prepare and present a home for sale. Brett can help you do this.
There are many times during the real estate sales process where advice comes in handy. Brett is there for you each step of the way and he is prepared to offer advice when needed and requested.
Once an offer is in writing, there is a need to negotiate price and some of the terms and conditions of the offer. Brett is experienced in doing this on behalf of both buyers and sellers. He is prepared to represent you exclusively during this process.
The preparation of documentation is important and attention to detail is a skill that Brett puts to work when preparing documentation. Contacts should be prepared so that they are complete and accurate. When this is not done well and a problem arises, the consequences can be magnified.
The coordination of viewing of homes is sometime straight forward but at other times it can be a time consuming process. Brett does what it takes to ensure viewings take place for the benefit of his clients and follows up with the other parties to provide necessary feedback.
Answering questions is also an important job of a real estate agent. Brett does this throughout the process so that you are comfortable with the information you have in order to make important decisions related to the real estate process. When you are fully informed you are more likely to make informed decisions and have peace of mind after having done so.
The real estate agent role involves much more than this when a full service agent like Brett is involved. Contact Brett to find out more and how you can benefit.