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You Need an Agent Who Will Put You First

Posted by kim carpenter on August 1, 2018
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You Need an Agent Who Will Put You First

At The We Sell Indy Team, we pride ourselves on ALWAYS being real estate agent who put our clients needs first. We strive to always be available whether that be late at night, on a holiday or while we are out of town. Our end goal is to make sure that your needs are met just the same as if we were the one buying or selling the home. This week our friends at Keeping Current Matters published the article below on why “You Need an Agent Who Will Put You First” using some humor from Phil Dunphy of Modern Family fame. Check it out below!

“Whether you are a rookie homebuyer or have gone through the process many times, having a local real estate expert who is well versed in the neighborhood you are looking to move to, as well as the trends of that area, should be your goal while home shopping.

One great example of an agent who is in your corner and is always looking out for your best interests is one of the main characters on ABC’s Modern Family, Phil Dunphy.

For those who aren’t familiar with the character, Phil is a REALTOR® with a huge heart who always strives to do his best for his family and his clients.

In one episode, he even shared an oath that he created and holds himself accountable to:

“On my honor, I promise to aid in man’s quest for shelter, to recognize I’m not just in the business of houses — I’m in the business of dreams in the shape of houses. To disclose all illegal additions, shoddy construction, murders, and ghosts. And to put my clients’ needs before my own.” 

While this might seem silly, as it was definitely written with humor in mind, the themes of helping someone achieve the American Dream and putting a client’s needs above his own are not to be taken lightly.

Bottom Line

When you make the decision to enter the housing market, as either a buyer or a seller, make sure you look for an agent who exemplifies these values and will help you through every step of the process.”

Source: Keeping Current Matters

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