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Tell us where you are looking to invest
2Share investment criteria
Tell us about your preferred property type, timeline, price range, and more
3Match with Agent
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Questions to ask your agent
- Do you invest yourself?
- Do you have a team? If so, what role do you play in the process?
- What is your Purchase Price to List Price Ratio?
- Why are you a good fit for me?
- What fees and/or contracts am I responsible for?
- Can you provide references?
- Can you help me find other pros?
- How often can I expect to hear from you? How will you keep in touch?
Advice from the BiggerPockets community
If you want an agent to help you identify residential properties suitable as investments, be sure to find agents who themselves are experienced investors (either as landlords, flippers, or developers).”
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FAQs about Real Estate Agents
What is the difference between a realtor, a real estate agent, and a real estate broker?
- A realtor is a member of the national association of realtors
- A real estate agent is anyone who has taken and passed the coursework required by their state
- The definition of broker varies by state. Some states denote brokers as those who have taken extra coursework and licensure and are approved to manage real estate agents, while other states such as Colorado have the broker designation for all agents.
Who pays for real estate agent fees?
- Real estate agent fees are traditionally paid for by the seller
- Make sure you discuss this with your agent just in case
Why do I need an agent?
- Real estate agents are experts in their field, and can help you negotiate the purchase of your home
- And not just the actual price, but they will help you navgiate the many steps involved in the purchase process
- You are not legally required to use a real estate agent to help you buy or sell your home, but transactions involving agents typically sell faster
How do realtor fees work?
- Traditionally, the seller pays a commission to the listing agent, and the listing agent then splits it with the agent representing the buyer
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