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What Does A Realtor ® Do Everyday To Get Real Estate Done
What does a Realtor do all day is a lot of different things. Let's look at some of the everyday items that a Realtor has to deal with in order to be one. It takes a lot to get homes from under contract to sold, and Listed to sold.
"From a consumer’s first thought about making a real estate move to actually taking the leap (whether that means right now, next month or three years from now), the agent is incubator, initiator, action-taker, coordinator, scheduler, personal concierge, resource person, problem-solver, mediator, miracle worker, red-tape cutter, transaction manager and chief make-it-happen officer of everything else that doesn’t fall into the prior categories"
"There are no official days off in real estate. You might have spans without any scheduled appointments, but there are always inquiries, emails and texts to respond to."
"Agents are “on” no matter where they are. In our instant-response society, there really is no waiting until tomorrow."
"Scheduling these tours requires a delicate dance that takes into consideration geography and logistics against the backdrop of unknown time constraints that sellers may impose. (“Can you come at 2 p.m. instead of 10 a.m.?” or “Today’s not good, but how about Friday?”)"
"Negotiating offers may go on for days or weeks. Once an offer gets worked out and a property goes under contract, that is just the beginning. There’s no jumping up and down, high-fiving and laughing all the way to the bank. Quite the contrary, this is where it can all go wrong"
With over 17 years in the real estate industry, Brett’s primary focus has been on the improvement of housing in neighborhoods . He cooperates well with other brokers and agents that have clients in ....
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