Working with a trusted real estate agent can help you sell for the best price and negotiate a fair price on a new home. Learn how to find an agent you can trust.
The average agent sells 12 houses a year, but that number doesn't tell the whole story. Learn the factors behind this number, geographic averages, and more.
Realtor fees and real estate agent commission are paid by sellers and not homebuyers, and there are ways for you to save money on fees when selling your house.
While you don’t have to buy your Realtor a gift, getting them something is great way to show your appreciation. Closing gifts don't need to be pricey, either.
No matter where you are in the home buying or selling process, it’s important to educate yourself about what qualifies as unethical or illegal behavior.
There are a few different reasons why agents or brokers might refer a customer to another real estate professional instead of accepting them as a client.
Real estate agents are licensed to help you buy, sell, and rent properties, but brokers have additional licenses to work independently or hire other agents.
The buyer-broker agreement protects both buyer and agent by clearing up any misconceptions about how you’ll pay an agent and what they’ll do for you.
Dual agents may not be legal in your state, but if they are, does it make sense to work with one when buying or selling a home?
Though most real estate agents work on commission, the exact percentage they earn depends on location, split, and other factors.
Is your house not selling? Are you not getting offers accepted? If you’re worried about your real estate agent, look for these red flags.
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