I recently got an email from some friends of mine in Los Angeles. They were selling their home from the bank, and had the house listed with a “pre-construction” agent. The agent was asking the sellers’ agent to include specific features in the marketing materials such as a “paint color” recommendation for the exterior paint.
This is a good time for me to point out that if you’re selling a home, a home inspection is one of the first things to be done. If the seller is not a licensed real estate agent, then he or she should be.
A realtor is someone who has a license to sell real estate, but someone who has no real estate license. A realtor who does not have a real estate license, can only sell houses. As a result, they are limited in what they can offer to a client.
Another good reason to have a realtor is to get an estimate of the property value. A seller may not be able to sell a home for the asking price due to their lack of a realtor’s license. However, most realtors are not licensed real estate agents. They don’t have a real estate license, which means that they cannot give a realtor an estimate of the property value.
So, if you work for a realtor, you have the benefit of being able to offer an estimate of the property value, but you will only be able to offer it to people who are licensed real estate agents.
This means that realtors only advertise and sell homes that are listed for a specific price range. For example a listing for $300,000 may only be sold to a person who is willing to pay $300,000 for the house. But, if the realtor is a licensed real estate agent, he/she will be able to offer an estimate of the price range to interested clients.
If you can’t offer an estimate of the value of your property, you can’t sell your home. The only way to sell your property is to get a contract and start showing homes.
There are three things that realtors are looking for in a listing. The first the price range that the realtor wants to sell for. The second is the selling price. The third is the value of a property. The price range the realtor wants to sell for is the number that the realtor wants to sell, not the actual price that the realtor wants to sell for. Hehe.
The selling price is the number of a house the realtor would pay for the property. It is not the actual sale price that the realtor wants to sell for. The realtor would not pay for the actual sale price. The realtor would negotiate with the seller of the home, but that is not the number the realtor wants to sell.
The point is that all of these numbers are what the realtor wants to pay for the house. The marketing figures are what the realtor thinks he would pay for the house. The selling price is what the realtor would pay for the house. The marketing figures are the number that the realtor would pay for the house. The selling price is the number one thing the realtor wants to pay for the house.