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A realtor is a licensed professional who helps buyers and sellers navigate the real estate market. They assist with property transactions, negotiate deals, provide market insights, handle paperwork, and offer guidance throughout the buying or selling process.

Choosing the right realtor is crucial. Start by asking for recommendations from friends, family, or colleagues who have had positive experiences with realtors. Research online reviews and interview multiple realtors to find someone who understands your needs, has experience in your desired market, and communicates effectively.

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While both terms are often used interchangeably, a realtor is a real estate agent who is a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Realtors are bound by a strict code of ethics and have access to additional resources and training.

Realtor fees vary, but typically, sellers pay a commission fee to both the seller’s agent (listing agent) and the buyer’s agent. The commission is usually a percentage of the final sale price, and the specific amount can be negotiated between the realtor and the client.

The time it takes to buy or sell a property can vary based on numerous factors, including market conditions, the specific property, and the parties involved. On average, the process can take several weeks to a few months, considering tasks like finding a property, negotiating offers, conducting inspections, securing financing, and completing

To prepare your home for sale, consider decluttering, deep cleaning, making necessary repairs, and enhancing curb appeal. Staging your home can also make it more appealing to potential buyers. Your realtor can provide specific recommendations based on your property and local market.

While it is possible to buy a home without a realtor, having a realtor by your side can provide valuable expertise, negotiation skills, and access to a wider range of properties through the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). Additionally, the seller typically pays the buyer’s agent commission, so using a realtor may not cost you anything as a buyer.

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