There are more than 1,000,000 licensed real estate agents in the United States. When it comes time to sell your house, the selection and research process can be overwhelming. You want the best agent, the #1 agent, the best agent, the agent with the best reviews, the real estate agent with the best reputation, the agent with a proven record of success, the agent with the lowest commission rate, etc. We’ve heard it all at Agents Ranking and we are ready to help you find the perfect real estate agent for your needs.
Although we don’t cover every area, we are active throughout Arizona (AZ), California (CA), Colorado (CO), Maryland (MD), Minnesota (MN), Missouri (MO), Nevada (NV), North Carolina (NC), Texas (TX), Utah (UT) and Washington.
Are you considering finding a real estate agent on your own without the help of Agents Ranking? Using a friend or family member is a common way that people hire a real estate agent. Unfortunately, most people don’t have a qualified, experienced, top real estate agent in their network of family or friends and this approach to selecting a real estate agent often leads to frustration and wasted time. We are approached by people on a weekly basis who are ready to switch real estate agents because they used a family member of friend who was unable to sell their house. Don’t waste your time using an inexperienced, part time agent.
If you are set on choosing a real estate agent on your own and don’t want our help, you can find real estate agent performance and sales results at The Wall Stree Journal. Frequently local newspapers will highlight peer-reviewed agents in your community. Consider contacting your local real estate broker such as Coldwell Banker, Keller Williams, RE/MAX or Sotheby’s and ask to speak to the manager. Tell him/her that you would like to know who the #1 selling real estate agent is in the office. They will be happy to provide you with this information. You can also search for real estate agents based on their credentials at REALTOR.com. You will want to consider searching for agents who have the GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist) or ABR (Accredited Buyers Representative) credentials. Of course you can also consider using review services such as Yelp, Zillow or Angies List.
Sounds exausting? Wouldn’t it be easier to just contact Agents Ranking for your FREE real estate agent recommendation? Of course it would, so contact us today!
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