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What should you look for in a real estate agent?

By James Brown

When it comes to selling your Burpengary real estate, choosing the right market representation is essential. After all, the way your real estate agent markets your property to the world is often the first exposure potential buyers have to your home. 

Therefore, you'll want to ensure you put it in the hands of a capable salesperson, in order to get the best possible returns. Here are some of the things you should keep in mind when searching for the right real estate agent. 

A good communicator

Naturally, finding a charismatic individual who's able to get out and entice buyers is an immediate bonus. But even more than this, having someone who can easily explain the various terms and phrases associated with selling property – and accurately answer any questions you may have – is an important factor to consider. 

A great connection to the local market

Being in good hands means finding a real estate agent who has an in-depth knowledge of local market trends, and who can help you secure the best returns based on recent activity in your community. 

Having an understanding of recent sales prices, the level of buyer activity in your area and understanding the local competition will all come in handy when it comes to successfully selling your Burpengary property. 

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