Normally when a realtor and a potential client get together they are both trying to figure out something. The realtor, of course, wants to know if the person they are speaking to is really motivated to purchase or sell a home. The potential buyer or seller may want to know what the experience is of the realtor and what they are going to charge them for their service. Realtors are going to want to know if the person has been pre-approved since they want to make sure that they know they can afford the homes that they are showing them and of course so they can move quickly on submitting an offer. The potential client will want to know what the Realtor  does to get homes sold or if they are purchasing a home if the realtor knows the area and can demonstrate it. At some point the realtor will want the buyer to sign a buyer's rep agreement or a listing agreement with sellers so they can have a contractual agreement to represent them. Each side wants something during this relationship. A buyer wants the agent to find the home they desire, help them make a fair offer, and negotiate on their behalf. Buyers will want to be kept informed all through the process. Sellers will want to know how the showings are going and will want communication during the selling process so they know what is being done to get their home sold. Realtor will give advice and will want the client to respond on their wishes to this information. As you can see it take great communication, understanding, and willingness on both parties. When both the Realtor and the Client are on the same page it makes for a great relationship and a smooth transaction. Posted by Roxanne DeBerry on


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