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  • jamescomehere
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    lol

    let me think for a while.

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  • GRC
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    Originally posted by mamab View Post
    When we bought our house, we called around to a couple of real estate offices. If they didn't have anyone to talk with us right then, we said thank you and went on to the next one. I think it's important for an agent to be reachable, and I would definitely talk with friends and see who they used, how they liked them, etc.
    If there's no-one in the office, that's a good sign - it means they're all out and about doing things for clients, surely? Viewings, valuations, etc. If they're out doing things, that shows they're busy and lots of people are using them. Again, a good sign.

    If the agents are all mooching around in the office, that would raise alarm bells for me......

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  • hsc-online
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    mamab is correct , always check with friends, best information source, rather than search engines or paper.

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  • ukreal
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    well fill a form online and one of the best investor will buy i no agent involved

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  • mamab
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    When we bought our house, we called around to a couple of real estate offices. If they didn't have anyone to talk with us right then, we said thank you and went on to the next one. I think it's important for an agent to be reachable, and I would definitely talk with friends and see who they used, how they liked them, etc.

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  • vicki2
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    I also think it is a good idea to ask friends who they like, but I always try to remember that it is perfectly respectable to sort of interview agents to see if you like them or not. If you're looking for something specific that might take some time, get someone you like and trust!

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  • Chronotrigga
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    Definently. I usually go through the ads in the local newspaper or the yellowpages, because there are some qualified agents in there that DO take the time to help you.

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  • fitnessk
    started a topic Good real estate advisor finding

    Good real estate advisor finding

    To find a good real esate agent, you should take your time. Look for someone who has a positive repuation and that other people can share good experiences.
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