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San Antonio Realtors - Finding the Best San Antonio Realtor for You

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Whether you are buying or selling real estate in San Antonio, having a qualified real estate licensee who is a member of the National Association of Realtors, that is, a REALTOR®, is non-arguably the best way to close your deal. In San Antonio, TX, you will find these professionals partnered as SABOR, the San Antonio Board of Realtors.

In San Antonio, TX, 350 real estate business with professional REALTOR® services are a part of SABOR. While there are many real estate agents and real estate consultants, not everyone has the qualifications of a REALTOR®. REALTORS® that are part of SABOR guarantee high standards of business competence, knowledge, conduct and ethics. (For a detailed listing of their qualifications, see SABOR.com.)

If you are buying, with up to 7,457 advertised properties to choose from in San Antonio, it is indisputable to have the aid of a professional realtor. A SABOR realtor can help you with such tasks as finding properties best for you that may not even be advertised, or they can help you determine your buying capacity. If you are selling, a SABOR realtor will be able to give you the most current information on marketing trends, terms and conditions, properties that might be competing with yours, and much more. Not only is SABOR a great source for finding realtors, but once you find one, you can go to homethinking.com, find the specific company, then compare it to others, read reviews and finally, contact the realtor. A free guide for realtor choosing can be found at www.SanAntonio-Realtor.Net. Here they describe tips and ways to choose the right realtor for you. For example, when looking for a San Antonio realtor, don’t just go with what friends and family suggest. Treat it like a business transaction. Wait and do the research yourself, even if a close relative or friend is in the real estate business or is pressuring you to go with a certain realtor. Also, the guide discusses how most of the time, if you are the buyer, it is best to go with a buyer’s agent and not a seller’s agent because you as the buyer will not be their priority. The guide provides 12 questions to ask your potential realtor, such as asking how many homes they sold in the last year, if they will represent you only versus you and the other party (the buyer/seller), and also getting the phone numbers of the realtor’s last three clients.
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