Most guidance for selecting a realty agent is pretty basic: Discover somebody who'll listen to you, who's skilled, sweats the information, works evenings and weekends, blah, blah, blah. It holds true and practical, as far as it goes, however likewise obvious and frustratingly subjective. Here's a concrete idea that's less popular: Discover an agent who also brokers rental homes in your cost variety.
In the majority of cities successful Realtors look down on the rental company. Why? The commissions are lame. If you buy a $2 million home in San Francisco, your brokerage and the broker representing the seller get to split a fee of from $80,000 to $120,000.