The reality of the realtor has shifted, and just like travel agents, industry leading websites have diminished their consumer worth.
In today’s day an age, one of the greatest values a realtor can offer is ensuring their pledge of services is backed by financial obligation.
A seller cannot afford for their house to sit on the market. The outcome of fleeting traction can likely result in fewer offers and costly losses To avoid such dilemmas, sellers must analyze numerous variables. Positive traits such as experience and merit are important, yes.
However, the majority of realtors still only average one sale for every six listings. Such contracts determined by what many view as a numbers game can often times lack serious accountability.
Trust in Value-Exchange occurs when we do not know fully whether what we are receiving is what we expect.
BUT with information more accessible than ever, and consumerism headed in a completely different direction, To keep up with personal demand, agents can amplify their significance by inserting contractual provisions on exactly what is being offered.
If agents are not willing to do this. You may want to rethink your options.
Dave Corey, B&H.