What Realtors Do to Earn Their Fees

by staffwriter on October 1, 2010

Buying and selling a home can be a very stressful event. In fact, many people rate changing homes as one of the most stressful events in their life. Luckily, guides are available to take you through the entire process.

These guides, or realtors, provide a wide variety of essential services in each stage. Even before the listing is posted, realtors can assist with researching comparable listings, sales activity, property tax roll information, property’s ownership and deed type, and more. The realtor will meet with you to offer a pricing strategy, master marketing plan, and explain the clauses in the Listing Contract and Addendum.

Once the property has been listed, the realtor will collect house plans, a plat map, and showing instructors, and prepare a list of property amenities and property’s “”Inclusions and Conveyances with Sale.”" The realtor will continue to assist with entering the property in the multiple listing service database, marketing the listing, handling the offer and the contract, tracking the loan process, assisting with home inspection and the appraisal, and handling the closing preparations and duties. Clearly, the duties involved with selling a house are many! Having a realtor with you through the process can turn a stressful process into an exciting one. The realtor can be your guide through this major life event, providing incomparable assistance and support. Thank goodness there is no need to go through the process alone! Thousands of realtors are standing by ready to help and can be found through the internet easily.

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