Only you can answer this question, but we make it EASY as possible to access the tools real estate agents use. Most real estate agents are only required to take a 75 hour class.....this isn't rocket science. It's paperwork and we can help walk you thru this.
Needing a real estate agent on the seller side is a myth perpetuated by the real estate industry. Do they know how to negotiate? They are paid by commission so their goal is to sell your house so they can get a check. Think about it... do they care if your house sells for $5,000 more? This only equates to an extra $150 to them. They don't care because they care about the bigger check that is thousands of dollars. They only get a check if the deal gets closed and not having a base salary there is incentive to just "take whatever deal shows up first" so they can pay their bills. There is a major conflict of interest. Most agents claim to have "great customer service" but are they tough negotiators? Nobody will advocate for you better than yourself!
You shouldn't be concerned with customer service (this isn't a restaurant). You should be concerned with getting the highest offer on your property.
PRICE, PRICE, PRICE!! You want to get top dollar for your house but you also don't want to loose a contract because the house didn't appraise. Our online portal will give you an estimated value on your home.
It will be listed on your local MLS that is connected to www.Realtor.com
You can choose not to pay a buyer's commission but buyer's agents may avoid showing your house. You can negotiate this and have the buyer pay for their broker's fees so save you money.
There are a variety of resources available. First we recommend that the seller always chose the "Title Office" to close the real estate transaction. Select an real estate attorney in your area that will allow you to consult as needed. They will typically do this to get your transaction. You can also buy A' La Carte help from our licensed real estate brokers for an additional fee.