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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Being a new agent can be tough, particularly if you are in a new area or city. Whether you’re a long time agent who just moved or a new agent getting started, here are some great places you can go to find new clients.
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While parting ways with your home may be your end decision, you should think meticulously through whether or not this is the right decision for you and your property. Before you sell your home, take a moment to consider important factors that will ultimately impact the success of your listing.
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When marijuana became legalized in Colorado many feared the repercussions. While late night dining establishments and 24 hour snack food emporiums may find the new law appealing for its money-making potential, homeowners and buyers alike share a less enthusiastic attitude. That being said, is the legalization of marijuana all that destructive to the Denver market?
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When you are trying to sell your home, nothing will turn away visitors from a showing more than an ugly, outdated, and damaged home. Prospective buyers want to feel confident that the property has been well maintained and cared for, and these five repairs will help you give the right impression.
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Real estate agents are always on the move. Keeping up with buyers, sellers, showings, inspections, listings, and all of the other parts of your job would be hard enough from a desk, but anyone who knows real estate knows that great realtors are always on the move. Keeping up with everything used to mean paper calendars and regular calls to the office, but with today’s mobile technology, running your business on an iPad or phone is as easy as ever. Here are the top apps to keep you productive on the go.
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As a quality real estate agent, it is your job to sort through new listings and find the right ones that could be a great fit for what your client is looking to buy. There is no secret formula to do this without putting in some time and effort, but you can ask the right questions up front to avoid going on extra tours of homes that you know will be a bad fit. Here are some great questions to get you started.
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Quality real estate agents are not always easy to come by, but bad agents are easy to come by. If you don’t want to put in the time to pick a great real estate agent, here are some tips to quickly find the worst agent for your needs.
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