Agent Harvesting: The Best Way To Find The Top Producing Real Estate Agents In Your Area

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The biggest mistake buyers and sellers make when hiring a Realtor is that they do not do their homework before hiring a real estate agent. They end up with a house that sits on the market longer, sells for a lower price, and the time spent dealing with that agent is a nightmare. AgentHarvest helps minimize the chance of these things happening by finding agents in your area that are currently selling houses like yours, in your neighborhood, for you to interview. We don’t make you sign contracts and you are not obligated to use any of the agents we connect you with. So basically AgentHarvest is a free service requiring no obligations on your part. Here’s what our customers have to say about our agent finder services.
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7 Tips for New Home Buyers

Buying a new home for the first time can be an intimidating prospect. The project can take months of preparation and work and cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, if not more. These seven steps will help ensure you have a smoother process without any big surprises.
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What Types of Mortgages Should I Get for My New Home?

Buying a new home isn’t just about finding the right place to live. Once you’ve picked a great agent, found your new home, you have to find a way to pay for it. Wading through the types of mortgages may seem intimidating, so here is a quick guide to which mortgage might be best for you.
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Realtor Rules of Etiquette Buyers and Sellers Should Follow

Remember the “Golden Rule?” Do unto others as you would want others to do unto you. Even though it has been a while since the rule applied to more than just sharing your toys in the sandbox, etiquette is a very real thing in the agent-seller relationship. In order to ensure a professional and effective partnership it is important for
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What Does a Real Estate Agent Really Do?

For most home buyers, real estate agents are not a big part of our lives. When it comes time to buy or sell, we find the best agent we can, finish our transaction, and then move on with many years in between. We don’t think
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5 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid for New Homeowners

Moving into your first home is an exciting, fun, and expensive endeavor. When you get moved in day one, it is tempting to rush and start spending big to make the home your own. It is a good idea to take a little time before spending too big. Here are some common mistakes for new first time homeowners.
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Should I Hire a Friend as My Real Estate Agent?

We have used the best apps to find a home and picked out a place that we like. We’ve interviewed a few agents to see who is best qualified. Then we remember that a friend is a Realtor and could help us through the sale process. Is that a good idea?
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50 Essential Home Maintenance Tips to Prepare for Summer

Spring is in full effect and so is the aftermath of winter on your home—inside and out. Here are some great spring maintenance tips to prep your property for the warm months!
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7 Tips for Selling Your Home

As summer gets into full swing, we are in one of the most popular times of the year for home sales. To make sure you are ready for your summer sale, be sure to follow these easy steps to get on the right track for a successful, profitable sale.
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7 Scary Red Flags to Watch Out For When Buying a House

While real estate apps can help you find a great home and the right real estate agent can help you buy it, it is up to you to make the final decision. When you are getting ready to make an offer, beware of these common red flags that should stick out when buying a home.
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Your Real Estate Listing Just Expired…What Do You Do Now?

Selling your home is naturally a stressful period of your life. But what happens when that period passes and your home has still not sold? Your likely first reaction will be to go from stressed out to panic mode. That being said, your next move should be to take a step back and put the situation into perspective. Whether your listing agreement was for 90 days or a whole year is the least of your concerns. What matters is
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