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Are you having trouble finding a Quality agent? 1. Be Sure You Hire a Professional Agent:
Sep 20, 2010
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Many agents work part-time and hold other jobs. Now there is nothing wrong with that and many of these agents are professional. The problem is these agents are generally new and lack the experience that seasoned full-time agents have. According to national averages, most agents are out of business in 3 years or less. Many agents get in when the market is high and leave when the market is low. A seasoned full-time career agent has weathered the storms and will possess the tools and contacts to help you find a home that is right for you. - Ask the agents you are considering hiring how many sales they close a year? - How many hours of continuing education they pursue each year? - How many years they have been in business full-time?
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I know of several good deals and i keep tabs on the most recent ones. I'm open to taking you on a FREE FORECLOSURE TOUR if your interested contact me. email works great! thx. P.S you can also call or email me if you have any general questions about foreclosures. I have of alot of practical knowledge on the subject. :-)
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Many agents work part-time and hold other jobs. Now there is nothing wrong with that and many of these agents are professional. The problem is these agents are generally new and lack the experience that seasoned full-time agents have. According to national averages, most agents are out of business in 3 years or less. Many agents get in when the market is high and leave when the market is low. A seasoned full-time career agent has weathered the storms and will possess the tools and contacts to help you find a home that is right for you. - Ask the agents you are considering hiring how many sales they close a year? - How many hours of continuing education they pursue each year? - How many years they have been in business full-time?
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