It is easy to generalize about what real estate agents do. They hold open houses, sign plants in the front yard, get a sales commission from the sale of the house, and mail out the mini-calendar and other tchotchkes.
In fact, the real estate agent is a classic multi-tasker, working on behalf of the seller or the buyer, marketing its real estate business, develops marketing strategies for clients, completing paperwork, and maintaining industry knowledge.
Agent’s career began with the completion of a course in real estate. They take seminars and courses to stay current with evolving business practices and legislative changes. Many agents also participated in the organization that influences policy and practice relating to real estate.
One of the more important responsibilities each estate agent has a client is to market the property for sale. A successful marketing campaign built on a deep knowledge of the local property market. This knowledge is developed every day as agents peruse some websites list (MLSS) to identify properties for sale and what is the current list and the selling price.
Agents responsible for property listing clients with services relevant list, take digital photos of the property for a listing presentation and advertising collateral, home staging to optimize their sales appeal, and hold an open house for realtors and prospective buyers to see the house.