Before you choose your next agent
TALK WITH AN INDUSTRY INSIDER
WHAT YOU AS AN OUTSIDER MAY NOT KNOW
Hiring a so-so agent is often expensive financially and/or emotionally.
The agent who "owns" your neighborhood may not be the best agent for you to list with.
It is extremely difficult for consumers to find the few good agents that are competent.
Real Estate Broker
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I have been helping people buy and sell residential property in San Diego for over 40 years. Most of my business comes to me from my reputation and from repeat and referral sources. My goal is to be the long term trusted family real estate advisor to a small group of San Diegans who value my expertise.
I bring insider knowledge gained over my career from handling hundreds of real estate transactions to the most important decision you will make the next time you buy, seller exchange a house - WHICH AGENT TO HIRE. And it won't cost you any more than going directly to the agent!
» interview you about your upcoming sale, purchase or exchange.Goals? Objections? Concerns?
» use 'Realtor Only' software to compile a short list of the agens with the most relevant experience for your kind of tranaction.
» personally interview the conteders.
» check their references
» interview agents who have closed deals with the contenders to assess their reputation amount their colleagures.
» report the results to you and help you decide which agent to hire.
» negotiate a referal fee agreement with the agent.
BEFORE you engage your next agent call the
REAL ESTATE TALENT SCOUT
Rex Downling Licensed California Real Estate Broker - DRE 00691896