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How to Choose the Right Listing Agent

Everyone knows a real estate agent. The world is full of people with a real estate license, but how do you select the right listing agent to represent you as you sell your home?

Google The Agent or Team

Check out reviews from past clients. 

  • Do they have an impressive track record of results?
  • Do they service your local area?
  • Do they deliver a consistent 5-Star experience?

Interview Them

Be sure the agent shows up prepared to explain their process for helping sellers like you.

  • Do they have insight on the current market and how it impacts you?
  • Do they offer strategies to help optimize your priorities?
  • Do they feel like someone you can like & trust?

Be cautious working with family or friends as your agent simply due to obligation, especially if you wouldn’t choose them otherwise. For a checklist of pitfalls to avoid, check out this article: Should I Use my Family or Friend as My Realtor?

What’s the difference between the Average Agent and a Strategic Guide?

The Average Agent …

  • Gets by on handshakes & “promises”
  • Lacks real-time market knowledge
  • Only closes a few transactions for friends & family per year
  • Client Reviews are few and far between

A Strategic Guide will offer…

  • Proven process & winning strategies
  • Hyper-local market expertise
  • Track record of results
  • 5-Star client experiences

Don’t take our word for it. Google ‘Path & Post Real Estate’ and see for yourself!

Key Ways We Help Our Clients Win 

Our seller clients benefit from …

  • Smart Pricing Guidance
  • Custom Marketing Plan
  • Showing Feedback & Analysis
  • Strategic Negotiations
  • Navigating Contingencies
  • Successful Closing

The average real estate agent is exactly what you’d expect – average at best. That’s why you should seek a Path & Post Strategic Guide to represent you when selling real estate.

How Listing Agents Get Paid

There is no upfront fee for a client to receive strategic seller representation from Path & Post. The seller brokerage commission fee is a negotiable part of the closing fees paid out of the seller proceeds by the seller at the time of closing. We get paid at closing when you achieve your goals of selling your property for a price and terms acceptable to you.

Bottom Line

When it comes to buying or selling real estate in North Atlanta, you deserve better than an average agent. Seek a Strategic Guide from Path & Post!

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