Agent Responsibilities


Finding a good real estate agent is critical to enjoying a painless real estate transaction. Truth be told, almost no real estate transaction is perfect. There seems to almost always be some sort of obstacle – the sellers are going through a divorce, there is an encroachment issue, the repair person breaks something, the other agent goes AWOL, something happens…


And when that something happens, you need to know that your agent will be available and easy to reach, capable of handling the situation, and able to clearly navigate the best route to a successful close. That’s when you know you’re working with a good agent. Anyone can do the job when it’s easy.


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  • Provide a marketing strategy, a competitive market analysis and recommend an appropriate list price for the sale of your property
  • Market your property to buyers and other agents utilizing all possible appropriate methods
  • Make recommendations on staging, potential repairs and cleaning your property, in order to make your home more attractive to buyers
  • Suggest quality professionals, including attorneys, handymen, stagers and inspectors
  • Guide you in making informed decisions leading to a satisfactory sale
  • Present and respond to all offers in a timely manner
  • Negotiate the best price and terms possible, always keeping your specific needs in mind



  • Act in good faith at all times
  • Adhere to your instructions
  • Return all calls and emails promptly



  • Receive and monitor all earnest money deposits
  • Receive and deliver all documents in a timely manner



  • Place your interests above all others
  • Keep your personal information strictly confidentials



  • Ensure that all parties to the transaction are fully informed about any material facts that may affect the transaction