5 Secrets to Finding a Knowledgeable Brickell Realtor
July 12, 2017
Finding a Realtor is easy. Finding a knowledgeable Realtor is hard. And what’s even more difficult is finding a knowledgeable Realtor in Brickell. Brickell is one of the leading financial districts in the United States, and its community is absolutely booming. It’s understandable why there is such a saturated market of hopeful residents. The residents of Brickell are highly skilled in their trades, and therefore highly paid. The residents enjoy the finer things in life, and those who are lucky to find themselves living in this illustrious community experience exactly that. If you’re looking to find a knowledgeable Brickell Realtor to help you close the deal on your dream home, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s 5 secrets to finding a knowledgeable Brickell Realtor.
1. Realtor vs. Real estate agent
Did you know there was a distinction to make? Many people don’t, and find themselves trusting someone who doesn’t have the credibility they’re looking for. A Realtor is someone who’s recognized by the National Association of Realtors. Someone can be licensed in real estate, and simply not have the same certification that a Realtor does, thus lacking certain credibility you may be looking for. If you’re looking for more information on the NAR, refer to this link.
2.Research their history
Has the Realtor closed many deals recently? Are they even willing to disclose that information? When you’re looking for a credible Realtor, it’s important to be mindful of the work they’ve done, and are capable of doing. For example, on Aldo Rivera’s website, the first thing you’re greeted with is his recent work. This is an exemplary situation where you’re sure that you can trust the Realtor.
3. Are they online?
For the younger generations, this may seem absolutely obvious. Make sure that the Realtor you’re working with has a presence online. If they’re not willing to put themselves online to advertise or to communicate, you might wonder how else they’re behind.
4. Are they local?
This might seem trivial, but stick with me! A Realtor who is not local to Brickell/Miami may not be the best match for you. If you want an “in” to the Brickell community, you’ll want someone who is knowledgeable. And in this case, that may mean local.
5. Ask previous clients
Last, but not least, if you’re able to, ask previous clients! This is not always an option, but if you happen to know someone who’s worked with that specific Realtor, ask them about it. This will be sure-fire honest information, and valuable to you.
If you’re interested in a property mentioned in this article, contact Aldo Rivera.
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