How to Find the Right Real Estate Agent for You
By www-thehavasuhome-com January 22, 2020

For most people, their real estate in Lake Havasu represents the biggest investment they’ll ever make. So, you need someone in your corner when it comes time to put it on the Havasu real estate market. Like fingerprints, no two agents are alike. How do you find the right real estate agent for you? Keep the following guidelines in mind when seeking one out.

Take your time to seek out a real estate agent that offers experience, a proven track record, and a personality that gels with yours when selling your Lake Havasu home.

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Ask for Recommendations

First of all, ask the people you know for recommendations. Talk to your friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers about who they used to represent their last Lake Havasu real estate transaction. Were they happy with them? What did they think about the overall process? Was the agent knowledgable in their field? Were they easy to get a hold of?

Set Up Interviews

Next, set up interviews with several different agents before deciding on one. Selling your real estate in Lake Havasu oftentimes brings additional stress to your everyday life. So, you need to find an agent that makes you feel comfortable. You want to know you can rely on this person to handle any situation that presents itself while your property’s on the Havasu real estate market.

Check Their Credentials

When you interview prospective real estate agents, ask them for their credentials. Who are they affiliated with? What additional training have they undertaken after they received their license? Make sure the real estate agent works for a reputable company (like Keller Williams Arizona Living Realty, for example).


Then, check their experience. How many homes have they sold? What was the most difficult transaction they were a part of in the Havasu real estate market? How did they resolve these issues? How long does it normally take for them to sell a home? What is their marketing plan? Who makes up their “team”? Whatever question you feel necessary to ask, ask it.


Finally, talk to them about what you need from them by way of communication. Text? Phone call? Email? Do you desire a quick daily update or will a weekly chat work for you? If they hesitate to meet your needs, move on to another agent. Again, you need someone that keeps you at ease during the entire process. A real estate agent who refuses to communicate as much as you want in the manner you want only adds to your stress. Be patient. You’ll find “the one”.

Alexis Steel – 928-303-2199
Keller Williams Arizona Living Realty
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