Design & Real Estate

Are Agents Obsolete?

There’s tons of services helping individuals close real estate deals without a real estate agent. And so it begs the question, should we really do it on our own? No way.
Text by Ros Prado | June 1, 2018 | Design & Real Estate

If you’re thinking of using the latest app or website to find the home of your dreams, let’s hope the battery on your device of choice fizzles before you do irrevocable damage. Real estate agents will never be replaced by technology. They will, however, use the latest gadgets to their advantage to help you in your search. Let’s reiterate: ALWAYS find an agent you can work with rather than go at it alone. They have better insight of available properties than you ever will. They have access to an updated database of listings in your city. They have relationships. They will be able to locate the properties that fit your criteria and weed out the ones that don’t. Your agent can also provide neighborhood insight, aid in negotiations and impart price guidance. They’ll also help out with the load of paperwork that comes along with purchasing or selling a home. They say buying a home is one of the biggest financial decision you’ll ever make — don’t mess it up!

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