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Why You Should Use an Agent to Sell Your Home

Why You Should Use an Agent to Sell Your Home


Selling your home is a big endeavor that should include working with an expert, a real estate professional. To compensate the agent for their time and expertise a portion of the money you receive upon the home sale will be used to compensate the real estate agent. Commissions are scary and can be difficult to justify when selling your home. Along with helping you stay objective an agent guides you through the selling process. Here’s a list of reason why you should use a real estate agent to sell your home.


  1. Real Estate Agents Possess Overall Market Knowledge


As you begin the process of selling your home you want to have an expert that can guide you through the process. A real estate agent has access to a variety of data about recent home sales in your neighborhood, which will allow you to price your home accordingly. Along with this agents can access your local MLS. Your home will be included in the MLS, so agents helping home buyers can be shown the various details.



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The Hoffman Realty Group at Keller Williams Preferred
Scott Hoffman
7751 Brier Creek Parkway, Suite 100
Raleigh, NC 27617
919-740-0379


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