As a homeowner, you expect the best from the so-called professional that you hire. Unfortunately, sometimes you will not receive the best service and you may not know the actual lack of service that you're receiving from your real estate agent. That's where I come in to shed some light on the situation.
If you hire a real estate agent/broker who is a member of the long Island board of realtors, your home will appear on the multiple listing service. On this website, real estate agents have access to upload and change/update their listings. You can also look for your neighborhood guide since 1924 at Miles Real Estate.
I want to point out some things that you, the homeowner/seller, will not see on your listing that indicates to me, another agent, that your real estate agent is not providing you with full-service. I will highlight the following areas:
If you're selling your home and your agent only does one open house in six months, you know about this. You also see how they conduct themselves, if they show up late or leave early, etc. What I want to talk about is this section on your listing specifically.
I constantly come across listings that have expired open house dates. I also come across some whoppers. I recently noticed a listing that was set to expire recently. If you want to hire the best real estate agent in Rosanna then you can also look for: Milesre.
This means that the agent had not updated the listing since he/she uploaded it to the MLS service. That's terrible service and is very unprofessional in my opinion. And I'm not mentioning the fact that the seller did not receive any more open houses for 6 months.
In the Comment section of your listing, the agent has the ability to type in some remarks about the property. This usually contains a statement about making offers and provides agents with some general information about the property.