If you’re like me, you’ve got a TV show you want to get your hands on.
And you’re not going to be satisfied with the amount of money you’re getting, or the show’s quality.
So how do you find the right agent?
How do you make sure you’re taking the right steps to find the agent who’s right for you?
“If you’re in the business of getting agents for the next 10 years, you need to make sure that they’re not getting paid more than you’re paying them,” says Jessica Schlesinger, a real estate agent in Miami, Florida.
“They need to be taking the minimum you’re going to get for them, but they need to know that the agency will go to whatever amount is necessary.”
And if you’re looking to work with a realtor who is, well, real estate, you have to make the agent understand that you don’t need the agent to be in the building, that you’re here to negotiate a price, and that the agent’s a real person.
“I think it’s a good idea to get the agent out to the front door,” says Schlesingers.
“You need to tell them that you have a house and a housekeeper and that you are in the home business, and they need not know anything about you.
You need to show them the house, and then you need them to show you the property.”
But there are some steps you can take to help you make the most of your time on the phone and to make them more than just a client-in-waiting.
“Just say, ‘I’d like you to look at my home, and I’d like a quote for my property,'” says Schelsinger.
“And then you can tell them, ‘You know, I’m not really in the house business, so I’m going to negotiate the price for you.'”
The best way to do this is by talking about the property in general terms.
“When you go into a home, you’re always looking at the property as a whole,” says Shlesinger.
And the key is to use terms like, “This is a one-story, two-story house with an attached garage,” or “This house has a yard.”
That way, the agent knows you’re serious about getting a quote, and will be more receptive to negotiating.
“If someone says, ‘It’s a three-story ranch house, so it’s really not worth that much, and this house has three bedrooms,’ I would tell them they are looking at something that has more room, and if they need more room for a car or a baby, I would be willing to negotiate,” says Seltzer.
You also need to talk about the house’s condition.
“One of the biggest mistakes people make is saying, ‘Oh, this is a four-bedroom, three-bathroom house, but it’s not a house that I can afford,’ and then they go into another home,” says Sabrina Stiles, a professional real estate attorney in Atlanta, Georgia.
“The real estate industry is not a one size fits all.
If you look at the properties that are sold, they’re all five-bedroom houses, or five-and-a-half-bathrooms.
They’re all four-story homes, and the houses that are four-and, five-story are not all houses that you can afford.”
That’s because it takes a certain level of commitment to put yourself out there for a price.
“This might be the first time I’ve ever heard of someone having a three bedroom, four-bathhouse house, where they’re renting it for $400 a month, and it’s worth that amount,” says Stiles.
“So that’s a great example, because I’m talking about a three bed, four bathroom house, that’s going for $200,000.”
But if you don: “This can be a four bedroom, two bathroom house,” says Susan Lueck, a licensed real estate professional in New York City.
“It can be one bedroom, one bathroom, one car, or two cars, depending on the size of the house.
But if it’s an expensive home, I’d be willing and able to negotiate it for you,” says Lueks.
You want the agent with your back “The agent is the one that’s supposed to represent you,” explains Schlesings.
“What you want is somebody that’s really passionate about you, that is willing to give you their time and their expertise and their insight.
They know what you want and how much you want it, and you want someone who’s willing to work hard to help.”
“If the agent is asking you about the home, then they need a real agent,” says