One of the most important decisions you can make is deciding which real estate agency you wish to handle the sale of your home. You have a lot of choices available to you. When working with a Glass House real estate rebate agent, your are guaranteed to work with experienced and dedicated agents who are on your side.
Making the right decision for you and your situation is of utmost importance. Here are some things to look for that will enable you to make the best possible decision about which real estate agent to choose. Of course you will be searching for an agent who will enable you to sell your home the fastest – and at the highest price.
7 Questions and Answers About a Glass House Real Estate Rebate Agent
1. Is my agent experienced?
All of our real estate agents are experienced professionals who are dedicated to meeting your needs to the best of their ability. We don’t take brand new agents fresh off the street, run them through a quick “training” program, and pronounce them fit to deal with the public. We think that’s bad policy – and bad business.
Instead, we work only with experienced real estate agents with an established track record of providing superior customer service. As our potential client, we think you deserve the best, and you’ll get it with Glass House Real Estate.
2. Will I work with a single real estate agent, or will I deal with the first available agent from a pool of possibilities?
When you choose to have one of our experienced, top-notch real estate professionals work with you on the sale of your home, you will be assigned to a single point of contact. This individual will work with you every step of the way until the sale of your home is complete.
In the event that your agent is unavailable, another agent might offer to help you with your concern, but at no time will you be required to accept it. In addition to receiving assistance from your real estate agent through our office, you will also be able to stay in contact with your agent via cell phone, email, and text messaging.
3. What assurance will I have that my real estate agent knows what he or she is doing?
We take the knowledge base of each of our agents very seriously. Before an agent is permitted to take on clients (or interact with potential clients in any way), we ensure that each real estate rebate agent employed by our firm has undergone the most rigorous training program possible.
These controls are in place to ensure that the real estate agent with whom you work is qualified to market real estate, has a background conducive to success, and has undergone a rigorous company training program to ensure that your needs will be met effectively.
4. How do I know that I can trust my real estate agent to do what is promised?
You can trust your real estate agent to do what has been promised for several reasons:
- Your agent has a real estate background, one with a history of documented success
- All references provided by your agent have been thoroughly checked to ensure that only the highest quality agents are employed by our firm
- We provide unfiltered testimonials for your review. We strongly encourage you to read through any or all of the testimonials, select one or two, and request contact information for the testimonials. We will put you in touch with past clients. You can ask any questions you deem necessary to ensure that you get the real estate agent best equipped to meet your needs.
5. Will my real estate agent stay in touch with proactive updates?
Yes, your agent will be in contact with you on a regular basis with proactive status reports to ensure that we are doing the best possible job of marketing your property. They will employ the latest technology in keeping you informed, including telephone, cell phone, email, and text messaging. This gives you assurance that your needs will be met, your concerns will be addressed, and your home will be marketed aggressively by a dedicated real estate professional.
6. Is the real estate rebate for real?
The rebate is real. While it might seem too good to be true, we really do offer a cash rebate – and we have paid out over a million dollars. There are no government hoops to jump through, no qualifying, and, once given, your rebate cannot be taken away for any reason. Our rebate average is over $10,000!
7. Will I “pay” for my rebate with bad service?
Not only will you receive the best possible service, you have our commitment to ensure that you are satisfied every step of the way. Many full commission real estate brokers provide a much lower quality of service than we do. Regardless of how much money we are earning in commissions, we will always do our utmost to treat you with the courtesy and respect that you deserve.
You Deserve a Highly-Qualified Real Estate Agent
Regardless of whether you utilize our firm for your real estate needs or you go with another company, do your part to ensure that you get the most qualified agent. An excellent way of doing this is to request references or testimonials from prior clients.
While a real estate professional might be able to fool one or two clients into thinking that they’ve received top flight service, this process cannot be duplicated repeatedly without having a rock solid foundation of quality client interactions. Check out several of the references/testimonials. You’ll very quickly learn what kind of real estate professional you will be dealing with, based upon past performance.
When you are working with an real estate agent from Glass House Real Estate, we guarantee that you will have a knowledgeable, trustworthy and dedicated agent who will help you get the best deal for your house.
Photo: Glass House's own Khalil El-Ghoul, photo from Yelp
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