·Advertising- the agent pays for all advertising costs

·Bargain- research shows 77% of sellers felt their commissions were "well spent"

·Contract writing- an agent can supply standard forms to speed the transactions

·Details- an agent frees you from handling the many details of selling a home

·Experience and expertise- in marketing, financing, negotiations and more.

·Financial know-how- an agent is aware of the many options for financing a sale

·Glossary- a real estate professional understands and can explain real estate lingo

·Homework- an agent will do homework on how to best market your home

·Information- if you have a question an agent will know (or can get) the information 

·Juggle showings- an agent will schedule and handle all showings

·Keeps your best interests in mind- its an agents job

·Laws- a real estate professional will be up-to-date on real estate laws that effect you

·Multiple listing service- the most effective means of bringing together buyers and sellers

·Negotiation- an agent can handle all price issues

·Open houses- a popular marketing technique

·Prospects- an agent has a network of contacts that can produce potential buyers

·Qualifies Buyers- avoid opening your home to "curiosity seekers"

·Realtor® - an agent who is a member of the National Association of Realtors® and subscribes to a strict code of ethics

·Suggested price- an agent will do a market analysis to establish a fair price range

·Time- one of the most valuable resources in an agent

·Unbiased opinion- most owners are too emotional about their home to be objective

·VIP- That's how you'll be treated by your agent

·Wisdom- a knowledgeable agent can offer the wisdom that comes with experience

·marks the spot- an agent is right there with you through the final signing of papers

·Yard signs- an agent provides a professional sign, encouraging serious buyers

·Zero hour support- selling a home can be an emotional experience. An agent can help.

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