Finding an Agent Checklist: Important Ways An Agent Impacts Value

Anyone who is thinking about buying a home needs to know these vital facts to ensure they get a better than average deal. Most people don’t realize it but each real estate transaction involves around 350 touches or interactions (email, phone, documentation, etc.).

This is why a trusted, proven broker, who takes his or her fiduciary responsibility to obtain the best price and terms seriously is imperative to the process. You need someone who will truly represent his or her clients best interests and always be sure this is the primary focus of any purchase or sale. As a result, well represented clients can save lots of money and get more for their money.The questionnaire

Key qualities to be on the lookout for when choosing abroker are that they are professional and also available for you. When you make a meeting you want to know this person will be on time. With how connected we are these days you can find out a lot of information from a simple Google search.

Other bonus qualities may be but are not limited to: building construction knowledge, strong negotiation skills and a real network of allies (lawyers, lenders, movers, handyman to make moving easier.) Overall things like this will help with the ultimate buying/selling process and make your move much more enjoyable.

Let me know if you’re looking for a broker, I’d be happy to help!

Sam Webb, Broker Associate, Realtor (I’ve also got my builder’s license, too!)
International President’s Circle Top 2%
Email: Sam.Webb@NEMoves.com
Free MLS for my Clients:SamWebb.com
Cell 781-893-1195

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What You Want vs. What You Need

buying a homeYou have your own thoughts, and wants when it comes to where you want to live, what type of property you want, even the kind of relationship you want.

And then there are your needs. Many of us are often driven by our wants for more, bigger, faster, nicer, stronger and so on. However, our Needs are often significantly less than we think they are. Our consumerism society is bombarding us with “things” to buy that will give us happiness. For example, most people don’t “need” a 25 room multiple million dollar home – and this usually doesn’t lead to a happier life.

I came across a great article the other day, where Joshua Becker talks about how many people tend to actually lead a happier life when they own a smaller home, he focuses on his mother’s experience with her recently purchased smaller abode. Check out his article here.

When it comes to housing, you need a roof over your head, a bathroom, heating system and other essentials to protect you. Many people who own modest homes or condos are very happy because they appreciate what they have and don’t have to worry about excess property they need to maintain.

Have you had a real estate experience you’d like to share? A question? I’d love to hear from you! Feel free to comment on this post or reach out to me directly.

Sam Webb, Broker Associate, Realtor
International President’s Circle Top 2%
Email: Sam.Webb@NEMoves.com
Free MLS for my Clients:SamWebb.com
Cell 781-893-1195