NAR Report Highlights What Sellers Want Most of Their Realtors

In a new report on the 2008 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers by the National Association of REALTORS®, released March 24, key findings were that: Hill Slowinski

  • Overall, 21 percent of sellers indicated that what they wanted most from their agent was help pricing their home competitively.
  • Other important considerations were
    • help selling the home within a specific timeframe (20 percent),
    • help finding a buyer (20 percent), and
    • help marketing to potential buyers (20 percent).
  • When the responses are examined by the level of service a seller wanted, a few interesting differences were observed.
    • Twenty-eight percent of sellers who requested a limited set of services wanted help pricing their home competitively.
    • By comparison sellers who relied on an agent primarily to list their home with a multiple listing service were most likely to want help selling their home within a specified timeframe.

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