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Types of Agents

In addition to learning how to choose a good real estate agent and what an
experienced agent profile looks like, AgentSelectUSA offers 4 specific agent types and what you
need to know about them.

Finding a Good Real Estate Agent

Finding a Good Real Estate Agent

The Internet can provide you with an abundance of real estate tips and advice, but it’s extremely beneficial to work with a real estate agent who understands all the nuances of selling or buying a house in their area. Try to find an agent with a stellar reputation who will only have your interests at heart and can help you with strategies whether buying or selling.

Experienced Real Estate Agent Profile

Experienced Real Estate Agent Profile

Get the information you need to help you select an Experienced Real Estate Agent that’s right for you.

The Rookie Agent

The Rookie Agent

Sometimes the Rookie Agent Knows Things You Don’t, So They Have the Sneaky Appearance of an Experienced Agent.

The Tech Agent

The Tech Agent

How Many Websites Should An Experienced Agent Use To Promote Your Property?

In today’s difficult real estate environment, homeowners are not aware that experienced agents who sell more than 50 houses per year, every year, promote your home for sale on MANY websites.

The Family or Friend Agent

The Family or Friend Agent

The experienced agent and the family member or friend who is dabbling in real estate charge the same.

It would be illogical to choose the person who is less skilled.

Almost everyone knows at least one real estate agent, whether it be a family member or friend. This fact may cloud your judgment in choosing the most experienced agent for the job.

The Bulldog Agent

The Bulldog Agent

If your agent doesn’t have the guts to tell the other agent NO, you will lose $$$.

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