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  1. Why should I hire a realtor?
    • The process of buying a house is complex, and most people find it's easiest to get through with an agent by their side. Paperwork will be flying around like a small tornado, and it can be helpful to have someone familiar with the process to deal with it...

  2. How to interview a realtor?
    • Smart consumers interview potential Realtors before deciding on whom to hire. Just as you are sizing up the potential for a good fit, rest assured that the realtor will likely be interviewing you, too. Be wary of agents who don't ask you questions and probe for your motivation. You wouldn't work with just any agent off the street, and good agents are just as selective about their clients, too...

  3. How Realtors are paid?
    • Realtors normally are paid on commission, not salary after home search is complete and transaction is closed. In most cases, the seller pays the commission to both the seller's agent and your agent -- usually around 5% of the sales price, to be split between the two agents (seller agent and buyer agent)...

  4. Dual agency
    • Dual Agency is the process by which one real estate broker represents both the seller and the buyer in a transaction. It is legal in most of states (Except Alabama, Florida, Hawaii, Maryland), provided it is fully disclosed and consented to by all parties...

  5. How to fire realtor?
    • When you start to buy a home or sale a home, you may hire a realtor. But after a while, you feel unhappy about his/her service and do not trust him/her any more...

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