It Takes A Team To Buy A Home

Realtor Kelly Hager, a top real estate agent in this competitive market, stated that the most important advice to potential home buyers; it takes a “team” to buy a home. Keller Williams Southwest is that team.

Even if you are a first time buyer, looking to downsize or are just wanting to move, a team can help make the process a smooth success.

Finding your ideal agent is only a small portion of the battle. That right agent can help you find your dream home. They will do all of the hard labor in the negotiation process, find you multiple homes within your price range and market your home to every potential buyer for an easy transaction.

Did we also happen to mention that all that paperwork becomes their responsibility. Not to mention that the agent will be in charge of keeping track of every deadline as well as fixing all and any problems that may arise.

“Choosing a realtor is really, really important in terms of you want somebody that you can communicate with very effectively. So, high communication. You also want a real estate agent that is full-time. Full-time agents that make this their career really, really important. Part-time agents are doing a lot of other things in their lives. It doesn’t make them bad agents, but there are so many changes that have come down in the last six months to a year that’s it’s really important to understand the contract and be able to negotiate in today’s market,” said Hager.

Although every mistake is not completely fixable by a sole agent, having a team on your side will allowing multiple realtors a chance to work on your own home. Check out Team Works Real Estate and you will immediately see why we are a top producing team of Keller Williams.


Posted on February 20, 2013, in Real Estate and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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