Even With the Internet, Home Sellers Still Need a Qualified Realtor

    It doesn’t matter how much a homeowner loves the Internet and feels that they are an Internet Marketing expert. When it comes to selling a home, using the internet to market a home online takes a lot of time and it’s always better to hire a Real Estate Agent to help sell a home, especially if the homeowner wants to enjoy the benefit of multiple offers and get more for their homes asking price.

    Verify the Online Marketing Plan

    Before hiring a Real Estate agent, make sure to verify the Realtor’s online marketing plan for your home and also verify their online marketing experience by seeing if their homes for sale are are “searchable” and can be found online by doing a simple Google search.

    What Is Their Local marketing Plan?  

    Besides having a verifiable online marketing plan, it’s always important to make sure that the Realtor has a local marketing plan the includes having open houses and a strategy for directing as much traffic to the home as possible to expose the home to new potential buyers.

    It’s important to remember that every home sits in a “market” and it’s vital that they have the right plan and expertise to bring the home to the attention of the right buyers who may be searching for homes in that area.

    Ask For Feedback

    Last of all, but most important, the Realtor must be willing to regularly interact with the seller and give regular reports or client listings to keep the homeowner up to date on the status of the home for sale.

    Feedback is the key element to success that guarantees that both you as the seller and your listing agent are always on the same page when it comes to selling your home.

    To learn more about what to look for in a Realtor, or to view the latest Orange County homes for sale, contact Fred Sed & Associates today by calling us at (949) 272-0125.

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