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Why should I use a team vs. a single agent?

February 19, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Answer: Because times have changed. No one agent can be everywhere at the same time. Let’s suppose an agent has a relocation buyer in town. For three or four days they have to be with just that one buyer, a dream scenario for the agent, but not so for you. They are unavailable to show your home, they are unavailable to get feedback on showings, they are unavailable to negotiate contracts or inspection reports, and so on. Also, most agents are either great at people skills or great at paperwork. Rarely will they excel at both. Unfortunately, today’s real estate marketplace demands that the agent possess all of these skills.

Under a team scenario such as ours, we have specialists. We have Buyer’s Agents who just work with buyers. We have 2 full-time Listing Managers whose main job is to keep you informed of activity and feedback on showings. We have a Marketing Manager who designs and tracks all of our marketing pieces. We have a full-time Office Administrator along with two full time Transaction Managers to handle all the details of the transaction. We have a Team Courier for getting documents out to our clients and prospective clients. We have a Team Stager who prepares all of our homes for sale prior to photos and video. All are licensed Realtors. Each is an expert at that specific job. Simply, we can and do provide a higher level of service to our clients than most agents can even conceive of providing. Imagine that you’re a quarterback of a football team. Would you rather have 1 player on your team or the power of 12 that you have with our team?

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