David Saks: September 2014

David Saks - Real Estate Broker - The Real Estate Mart of Tennessee, Inc. - 4040 North Watkins-Suite #4 - Memphis, Tennessee 38127 - Phone (901) 357-4663

Real Estate Practice : Lesson 3679


Let's look at some benefits to using a REALTOR®.

There aren't a whole bunch of fees that have to be paid, and even though a buyer doesn't need a real estate agent to complete a transaction, the advantages are many. We know that the real estate agent is paid by the seller of the property when the property is sold, We know that commissions are negotiated by the listing broker and commissions are split between the listing broker and the buyer's agent.

Here are some of the ways a REALTOR® can help a buyer or seller.

1. The REALTOR® has access to the Multiple Listing System which is where we list propeties for sale. We understand the neighborhoods. We know the real estate market in the surrounding areas, both urban and rural, recreational and suburban. We know about the schools, the neighborhoods, the streets, the traffic, the crime, the bus schedule, if flying saucers have been sighted in the area or any other adverse facts.

2. We know the prices homes are selling for here there and yonder. Over there, over here, everywhere, and nobody knows it better than we do. We know when the market is rising, when it's falling, when it's living, when it's dying, when they're selling, when they're buying, when they're foreclosing, when they're short selling, when mortgage bankers, brokers, lenders, appraisers, and agents are working for you, and when their working against you.

3. We're licensed professionals and know how to fill out the paperwork. We schedule inspections, make the offers and counteroffers, hold open houses, are bitten by dogs.

4. We've been murdered while showing homes to scumbags and put our lives on the line for our clients so they don't have to deal with strangers.

Do you need any more reasons ?

David Saks

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Comment balloon 1 commentDavid Saks • September 15 2014 12:27AM
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