5 questions to ask your listing agent

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A man and woman pulling a for sale sign with a sold rider on it with a child running in the background

05/22/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

Once your home is on the market, you may start seeing interest from buyers right away. One way you can prepare yourself is to learn how your home will be presented to buyers. So, before you give your Texas REALTOR® the go-ahead to list your property, you may want to ask him or her questions like these:

  • Where will the listing info show up online?
  • How are showings scheduled?
  • Who will give buyers access for showings?
  • Can I ask buyers for feedback?
  • What should I do if someone knocks on the door and wants to see the house?

Feel free to ask these or any other questions you have. Your Texas REALTOR® has the knowledge and experience to walk you through the selling process and make sure you’re informed along the way.  

Categories: Sellers, Homeowners
Tags: sellers, homesellers, listings


Elsa Martinea on 05/22/2015

Is it feasable to buy a house from people or companies listed outof town?

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