Can you guess the most common mistake home purchasers make when starting the home buying process The most common error is not spending enough time choosing a real estate agent. Why is interviewing prospective agents so important? If you are looking for the best buy on a house you need the best Realtor to lead the way. Everybody wants a deal when buying a house. And why not? A house is generally the largest expenditure during someone's lifetime.
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another bargain you need to find before you shop for a house. Look for a great Realtor! Indeed this action could have the greatest impact on your home buying experience.But the trick is deciding your criteria for choosing a real estate agent. Line up meetings with three to five Realtors. Just as you are not going to buy the first house you see, you need to shop for an agent. Just as you will probably look at many houses before you decide which is right for you, don't settle for the first Realtor you meet without interviewing at least two more.Choosing a real estate agent, the one right for you, to guide you through the entire house buying process is essential to your success.
Here is another tip. A big mistake many home buyers make is skipping from agent to agent to find their dream home. Don't! Instead make it your intention to find an agent you are going to stick with.Believe me, don't let greed trick you into thinking that you are limiting your opportunities by working with just one specific broker. It is actually just the opposite. If you hunt for the best agent you can find before shopping for a house, you are far more likely to discover that dream home you are looking for. So invite several real estate brokers to your home container hotel
instead of going to their office. Pay close attention to their interaction especially with your family members. If you feel they are hesitant around you, move on to the next candidate.And since you will be spending a lot of time together don't overlook asking yourself, do I feel at ease with them?Before they visit prepare a list of questions you will want to ask during the interview. Begin with stating your general goals. In two or three sentences tell why you need the services of a real estate agent and what type of property you are looking for. Stick to explaining your main goals initially, saving details for later. Keep in mind you are the questioner and the agent is the questionee. Then take note of their reactions to your needs.