Six Things Every Listing Agent Should Be Doing For Their Sellers

| February 21, 2019

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As a real estate agent, it is your job to make the home selling process as smooth as possible for your clients.  They have enlisted you for both your help and your knowledge and to get them the most money for their home without too many hiccups along the way. Now, because most people don’t have too much knowledge about the home selling process, you may be able to get by with doing the bare minimum.  But the bare minimum is not going to create super satisfied customers and it is not going to lead to tons of referrals.  Go above and beyond and you will garner a reputation for stellar work and the referrals that follow.

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Established in 1921 by Edward Rose, Edward Rose & Sons is a family owned company providing modest to brand new luxury apartment communities throughout the Midwest and surrounding states. We handle all phases of development: from land acquisition to construction to management and maintenance. We take great pride in the communities we create. Our company, while expanding, also strives to be aware of the natural settings in which we are building. In addition, we include many amenities for our residents such as outdoor pools, fitness centers, and clubhouses. From the selection of land to maintenance of buildings, Edward Rose & Sons is there with our residents every step of the way.

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