I’ve heard about Blogs, I’ve read blogs, but I have never written a Blog. I have committed to my team at Premier Properties of Dublin that I would do a weekly Blog. (Must have been at a cocktail party). They told me it could be different subjects, so you may expect a variety of experiences and thoughts coming your way.
Premier Properties slogan is “SERVICE IS OUR CULTURE”. Expect to see a lot of things George, Dan, Marcie, Michaela, Joyce and myself are involved in our community. Also, since I wear a couple of hats being a Broker and Mayor, expect to see some things going on with city government as well.
This week my subject is going to be about Real Estate. Shocked aren’t ya….
Today I want to discuss a misconception in Real Estate. This was contributed in part by Michaela Rowland, Realtor at Premier Properties of Dublin. Of course, I had to put my spin on it too. I mean it is my blog, right?
MISCONCEPTION: AGENTS AREN’T A NECESSITY
Many people think today they don’t need a real estate agent to buy or sell their next home because information about the house, definitions of loans, and closing information is all online. While all this is online, a Realtor is a huge benefit to you. A Realtor knows the market and how everything works, so they can give you the guidance you need to make the buying or selling of your home a complete success.
Selling or buying with a Realtor should feel more like a partnership than just a contractual relationship. As Broker, I get to see first hand “how the sausage is made”. Few people understand the hours of work that go into closing a deal. There are many pitfalls you can avoid if you have a Realtor on your team.
If you are not sure if you are ready to buy or sell and would like to learn more about the process, call our office at (478) 274-1606 or go to our web site at www.premierpropertiesofdublin.com and reach out to one of our team members. I will assure you, we will be glad just to sit down and talk with you about your goals whether it be buying, selling or leasing.
Phil Best, Sr. CRS, GRI
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