Hearken back, if you will, to the place and time when you bought your first home. If you were like most buyers, your best case scenario was to find an agent who was part money manager, part negotiator extraordinaire and part therapist to help you through the process.
But your priorities might be – scratch that – should be a little bit different when you’re looking for an agent to help you price, list, market and sell your home.
There are loads of lists to be found online and in books about the questions you should ask when you interview listing agents. But it’s a lot harder to figure out what mistakes the sellers who have gone before you would avoid, if they could. Fortunately, that’s what we’re here for.
I’ve heard from thousands and thousands of sellers over the years, online and off, about the things they neglected to do when they were selecting their listing agent – the omissions they regretted later. Here are the top nine – and in the comments, I’d love to have you all share more!
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