I think that the difference between the average homeowner and a real estate agent or broker is that the average homeowner is looking for ways to make a sale. A real estate agent is looking for a buyer.
I think that real estate agents/brokers (maybe) think that homeowners need to be more active and involved in the transactions. That they are less likely than homeowners to be passive and uninvolved.
It’s a common misconception that real estate agents are salespeople. In fact, real estate agents and brokers are a different class of professionals. They work with buyers, sellers, and investors. They negotiate the sale, provide an overview, and even help with the closing. At the end of the day, real estate agents and brokers are businesspeople and they do their work in business. They are not salespeople, but they still sell houses.
I don’t know why this is so hard for people to understand, but real estate agents are more like salesmen than anything. They are essentially salespeople, but they do not have the salesperson’s charisma, the salesperson’s charm, or the salesperson’s skill. Real estate agents are simply people that have decided to become real estate professionals and they have learned the skills and processes of real estate.
In real estate, you have to sell homes, not just get them for the money. The only reason you can be a real estate agent is because the government made it that way. People in real estate are also paid a commission to help them make money. To be a real estate agent, they have to sell properties that they have in their possession and that they have not yet started to develop. Real estate agents are also required to develop properties that the government has already approved.
As a real estate agent, you become licensed by the state and have to pass a series of tests, including the ability to sell the property to people who want it. In addition, you are expected to be a member of a professional organization.
Real estate agents have a large amount of freedom, but these jobs can be very demanding. For example, they are required to maintain an office and make phone calls, maintain a website, and file tax returns. They are also expected to be competent in negotiations, and to assist their clients with insurance, appraisals, and financing.
Here’s another of my favorite quotes about the real estate profession: “Real estate agents are professionals. What they represent is a business.
Real estate agents represent a business. What they represent is money. It’s a fact of life in the real estate industry that if your home is worth less than your agent’s commission, they can take it without paying you a dime. This is true whether your home is worth as much as a condo, or as little as a farmhouse.
This is one of those “never do anything without consulting legal counsel” situations. It’s also true that the more time you spend in the real estate profession, the more time you spend on the phone talking to a real estate agent. That’s why the real estate industry is so good at putting you on hold and then calling back.