4 Questions To Ask Your Next Realtor

In Blog, Real Estate on August 13, 2013 by Community Expert Team
4 Questions To Ask Your Next Realtor

Choosing a quality Real Estate Agent in Greenwood Village is one of the first steps you should be taking when buying or selling a home in the area. A good Realtor will be able to save you money, time and help you through the entire home buying or selling process while keeping your best interests at the forefront the entire way.


Here are 4 Questions To Ask Your Next Greenwood Village Realtor


1) Can I See References For Your Last Three Sales

References are still the number one way to see if the person you are about to hire is everything they say they are. There is a trick to asking for references though. Make sure to ask for their last three sales (or very recent sales). This way they are not just sending you their three favorite clients but rather their three last ones. This will get you a more accurate picture of their work.

2) Can I Have A Greenwood Village CMA?

A CMA is a Comparative Market Analysis and every Realtor should be able to provide you with one. A CMA will show recently sold properties in your area as well as homes currently for sale along with information about each one. You can then take this information and use it to help you get a feel for exactly what your home is worth.

3) How Close To Asking Price Do Your Homes Sell and How Quickly Do They Sell?

These two questions go hand in hand and tell you some very important information about your realtor. They will tell you how well your Realtor knows the area and how well they can price a home. If a home is price right it will sell quickly and for the most money. They longer a home sits on the market, the more value it loses.

4) How Many Clients Do You Currently Represent

This is a question where the answer can either be spun as a negative or a positive. If your Realtor is only representing a handful of clients, that means in theory they should have more time for you and be able to give you lots of attention. On the other side, if they have lots of clients, it may mean that they really know what they are doing and know the area and market well.

By no means are these 4 questions all that you should be asking your potential Realtor, but they are a great starting point and will help you determine if the Realtor is right for you.


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