The 1992 movie Glengarry Glen Ross showcased how the real estate industry should not have to be. In it, Al Pacino, Alec Baldwin, Jack Lemon and Ed Harris portray ruthless, sweet-talking and conniving real estate agents, with no regard for their customers. As a home seller, would you want any one of them selling the most important asset you own?
But who is an exceptional real estate agent and who is a horrible one? That's the basic question that we'd like to help you answer. Our sole aim is to help you find the most exceptional real estate agent to sell your home and to weed out the incompetent majority who should not, in quick time.
We do this by intelligently crawling the masses of data on the web to find out what each agent has accomplished in the past: How many houses have they sold, where and for what price? Was the advertised price more than the price that the house was actually sold for?
We then interview the people whose houses the agent sold. How was he or she with prospective customers? How did they set expectations around the sales price? Were they helpful when getting back to the home seller when questions arose?
We present all of this information in an easy to use form. We'll do everything we can to help you best make the decision.
We will also never let someone you don't know contact you. Other online services will get you to fill out a form and the next day a swath of real estate agents will all hassle you with inflated claims of the value of your house and pressure you to let them sell it. That will never happen at Homethinking.com. You choose who you would like to contact, when you are ready to get help selling your house.
That's the way it should be. It may not make for a good movie, but we believe it will make selling your home as painless and financially rewarding as possible.