Estate Agents Tips: 10 Questions to Ask Your Real Estate Agent When Buying a House | Hiring a Realtor Interview

Estate Agents Tip: 10 Questions to Ask Your Real Estate Agent When Buying a House | Hiring a Realtor Interview



10 Questions to Ask Your Real Estate Agent When Buying a House | Hiring a Realtor Interview

Arlington VA real estate agent and Realtor Matt Leighton goes through the 10 questions that buyers should be asking their real estate agent during the Realtor interview process.

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10 Questions to Ask Your Real Estate Agent When Buying a House
2:06 – 1. How long have you been in the business?
2:53 – 2. Why did you get into real estate?
3:40 – 3. How many clients do you have?
4:49 – 4. Will I be working with you or your team?
6:06 – 5. What area do you primarily do business in?
7:06 – 6. What sets you apart from other real estate agents?
9:07 – 7. How do your fees work?
9:51 – 8. After hearing my needs, what do you feel is the best strategy moving forward?
10:53 – 9. How will we communicate?
11:44 – 10. What questions do you have for me?

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28 thoughts on “Estate Agents Tips: 10 Questions to Ask Your Real Estate Agent When Buying a House | Hiring a Realtor Interview

  1. i fawked up when i signed a BRA contract looking for my first home. I didn't even know there was such a thing. I told my mom i was looking for a house then she went on ahead and effing set me up with some dude…
    then everything happened so quickly, i felt overwhelmed by all the information he was giving, and i came from a night shift just before our meeting, handed me something to sign, i don't even know why i signed it to be honest. i'm usually more skeptical than that…
    i went home, researched if i could cancel the contract and all articles said no unless you don't work well with your realtor and even with that it'll be hard for you to cancel it. the more i know

  2. How does one even come in contact with these "buyers agents". If I call up random real estate companies in a town I want to move to won't they just tell me "sure we work with buyers all the time" and then just show me houses that they've already contracted to sell?

  3. Hello Matt me and my husband are moving to Virginia by the end of February he’s in the Air Force and we’re debating on buying or renting a house he wants a house in new port what places would you recommend lmk(:

  4. My agent is the owner of the company, it's great because to me it just seems like he's fully in my corner because he's made all his money, been around the block plenty of times, he's all in my corner, dosnt seem like any ulterior motives

  5. I disagree. BOTH of my agents very very seasoned. One agent got me my house, one agent sold my house. Neither one informed me of anything. They had been agents for years. Also, most new agents are more detailed as they’re still learning and care a lot more. That’s why I’m currently only working with new realtors now.

  6. I disagree about many of your questions…. and I’m a nurse! Lol – never sway people away from new agents. You need to start somewhere. Like a nurse, I had a first patient for everything I did, that’s what made me a great nurse.

  7. The last great question for a buyer's agent should be, do you share the portion of the commission. Generally, for a new house, it is 2.5% agents share with the home buyer and for the old home, it varies. For a new home buying process, the agent has at least 250-400/ hour remuneration.

  8. Im looking to buy a house in Culpeper VA, for my small family. Im nervous since everything is so expensive in here. Im glad I found your videos! I could use all the help I can get.

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