How to work with a buyer’s agent
How do I respond to a buyer’s offer? How do I know if they can afford my house? What if the buyer wants me to make repairs?
We understand that you don’t deal with these kinds of questions every day. That’s why we include professional real estate coaching in every flat-fee listing. Just as a buyer’s agent is an advocate for your buyer, we’re on your side through the entire sales process from listing through closing.
- Our Centralized Showing Service makes it easy for buyers and their agents to come through your house
- Our advice helps you decide whether to accept a buyer’s offer or make a counteroffer
- The forms we provide help you work with a buyer’s agent to turn an offer into a contract
- We’ll let you know whether a buyer’s requests for repairs are reasonable
- We advise you on how to coordinate with the buyer’s agent to close your sale at a title company
There’s no reason to be nervous about selling your house on your own because whenever you’re unsure about what to do next, our licensed Realtors will be there to answer your questions. We’ll give you the guidance you need to keep the sale moving forward.
One more note about working with buyer’s agents: Our flat-fee listings include a typical 3-percent commission payable to the buyer’s agent. That encourages buyer’s agents to show their clients your home instead of others on the market, increasing the likelihood of a quicker sale.
Rest assured that our clients work successfully with buyer’s agents every day, and those agents know they can work with sellers of ListHouse 500 homes.