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TOP QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR POTENTIAL REAL ESTATE AGENT

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The first steps in your house-hunting journey are finding a lender, getting prequalified for a loan and determining your budget. If you’ve done that and know how much you can spend, you’re ready to begin your search for a real estate agent who will represent your interests and help you become a homeowner.

Some buyers choose an agent before finding a lender — either way, it’s important to line up a team of professionals as soon as you’re ready to buy a home.

Once you’ve identified a few potential agents, you should interview them over the phone and then meet one or two in person.

What To Ask Your Potential Real Estate Agent

[1] How long have you been in business?

[2] How many transactions did you have last year?

[3] Are you experienced working with first-time home buyers?

[4] Can you explain the buying process?

[5] Can you tell me about the state, local and federal programs for first-time home buyers?

[6] What neighborhoods do you specialize in?

[7] What price range do you usually work in?

[8] Can you provide me with a list of references?

[9] What is the fastest way for me to reach you if I have a question or think I have found a home to buy?

[10] How often should I expect to hear from you while I am looking for a home?

[11] Will you be able to give me advice about future home maintenance or improvement projects that could help my house retain its value?

You’ll be spending a lot of time with your agent and trusting that he or she will represent your interests, so it’s important to take your time to find the right person.

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Liddy Stevenson

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