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Choosing Your Real Estate Agent Online
The NAR (National Association of Realtors) and Google had a recent study that 2 out of 3 people are looking for a real estate agent online. People take time for searching the best agent online using social media like Facebook to get a back ground check. 63% Americans Gather not only information in Facebook but even get their daily news using the social media platform.
How should you search for the perfect agent?
Put in mind that an agent should care about your needs and your family’s welfare. A bad agent brags about his accomplishments and make everything about how much he earns. Determine this by extensively checking out an agent’s Facebook page Their page should have the proper information about what can help you through deciding on buying or selling your home .
During a real estate conference, Guy Kawasaki, an executive fellow at theHaas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley, gave the following advice to some Realtors
“Value comes in the form of information and assistance. You want to establish a position where people see - through your social media efforts - that you know what you’re doing and are helpful…The point is to make yourself useful and valuable. To build credibility; to build trust…”
Look for an agent that follows this advice.
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