6 Tips to Help You Find the Right Realtor for You

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Services for Real Estate Pros with Meredith Communications

Finding the right realtor in Columbus, GA, Phenix City, AL and the Fort Benning Area can be a challenging task. However, when choosing, use these tips to help you find the right realtor for you, whether you are selling your home in Columbus, GA, buying a new home in Phenix City, AL or relocating to the Fort Benning area.

1.Choosing a realtor to help you buy or sell your home, instead of just a real estate agent, is a smart choice. Realtors are licensed by the state and must follow a strict code of ethics to keep their license. A realtor, like the ones at Rose Anne Erickson Realty, also have a broader range of listings, like the MLS and other member data bases, to help you find the right home for you and your lifestyle.

2. A good realtor will also have a wealth of knowledge about the housing market in the Fort Benning area. The realtor you choose should not only have knowledge of the area, but also experience buying or selling a new home in Columbus, GA, or Phenix City, AL. With 25 years of experience in the industry, Rose Anne Erickson Realty agents are seasoned pros at navigating the ins and outs of buying, selling and relocating to the Fort Benning area.

3. When deciding which realtor to use when buying a new home in Columbus, GA, consider a full-service agent who will help guide you through the process. Find a realtor who can recommend home inspections, lending agencies and provide other helpful information to navigate you through the buying process as easily and smoothly as possible.

4. You should like your realtor's personality. Your realtor should listen to you and provide helpful, insightful information to all of your questions. Your realtor should work full-time and accommodate your time schedule. You should want to work with the realtor that you choose to help you buy a new home in Phenix City, AL. Your realtor will work with you each step along the way and you should always feel good about working with them.

5. Always ask your realtor lots of questions. Ask about the local market and financing laws. Ask about housing loans and utility bills. Your realtor should be more than happy to answer all of your questions. A great realtor will anticipate your questions and needs before you ask them and will be prepared to answer any and all additional questions you might have.

6. If you are still unsure about which realtor to choose to help you buy a new home in the Fort Benning area, check your realtor's references. Look at testimonials from other people who have used your realtor before on the realtor's website. Look at referrals or request more information about your realtor.

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IT is so important that the Client and their Realtor have a good comfortable relationship.  Lots of time being a Realtor is understanding the things that are UNSAID vs said.

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