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3 Tips for Finding a Real Estate Agent (for Investors!)

3 Tips for Finding a Real Estate Agent (for Investors!)

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Neva Williamson

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New to investing and looking to find great deals? Here’s your best bet: Find an investor-friendly real estate agent.

There’s no shortage of agents—it’s not difficult to find one. There are fewer agents, though, who possess the necessary knowledge and skills to help out investors.

Looking for a real estate agent? Check out BiggerPockets’s agent match!

I’m an agent and an investor, and I want to share with you some tips for tracking down the best possible real estate agent for your purposes.

Related: The New Investor’s Guide to Hiring a Real Estate Agent

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Agent Finder

No matter your investing experience or where you’re looking to invest, connect with a local agent who knows the market inside and out and can evaluate properties from an investor’s perspective. Here’s how BiggerPockets’s agent marketplace works:

  1. Pick your market
  2. Share your investment criteria
  3. Match with an agent!

How to Find a Real Estate Agent (for Investors)

  1. Google isn’t going to help you. You’d be hard-pressed to find a real estate agent who labels himself or herself as “investor-friendly.”
  2. Look for agents who consistently list renovated properties. More than likely, the investor who renovated the property is listing it with the same agent who helped them find the deal.
  3. Get out and network. Go to meet-ups. Ask questions. Most people love to share information.

In the video above, I go into further detail about how to successfully search for and find agents who have experience working with investors. By implementing these things, I assure you that you’ll take your business to the next level!

Is this information helpful? Do you have any tips or tricks to add? 

Let me know in a comment below.