Tech Tips For Seniors In Search Of A Real Estate Agent

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Tech Tips For Seniors In Search Of A Real Estate Agent

If you are ready to sell your home, you may look back upon previous experiences you had with real estate agents and anticipate plenty of paperwork will be part of your current transaction. Your real estate agent is likely to use tools that are based on technology while relying less on the tried-and-true techniques you remember from the past.

Not surprisingly, technology plays a big part in modern real estate practice.

Your home is online

As in the past, real estate sales occur after prospective buyers have seen your home and decide to buy it. Rather than relying on classified ads in the Sunday newspaper, most buyers search properties online anytime day or night. Instead of physically visiting numerous properties, they view visual tours of many properties before selecting ones that they want to see in person.

Your agent may hold a “broker’s open” so that other area agents can view your home, and host open houses for the general public. Some sellers view the lack of open houses as inaction on the part of the agent. In reality, agents set up individual showings for interested prospects who saw your home online or heard about it from their agent.

Your agent may communicate with you via email or text

In selecting your agent, you should verify how he will communicate with you. Your agent may call you on the phone but will notify you of showings with a quick text or email message. If you are not savvy you need to make sure you are an agent that knows your preferences.

Many seniors have computers and printers that sit unused in their homes. If you have been meaning to improve your tech skills, now this is a great time. Let your grandson or niece give you some lessons on basics such as how to send and receive emails and texts, open attachments, and scan documents.

Real estate is much closer to being paperless than in the past

Your computer skills will come in handy as your agent may even scan documents and send them to you via an email attachment. You may be required to sign documents by typing your name in an online form on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop to complete the transaction without meeting the other party face-to-face.

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Make Sure Your Agent Is On The Same Page

These modern ways of conducting real estate are both effective and efficient. it is very important for you to have a discussion with your Realtor about selling your property and communicating the progress.

As an agent in Halifax who often works with senior home sellers, I will discuss with you in the first meeting how I will go about selling your house. We will develop a mutually acceptable way to communicate about how things are going.

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When you are buying or selling a home, don’t waste time. Give me a call for experience, market knowledge, correct pricing. I have a sincere interest in helping you fulfill your real estate goals. If you are ready to sell your home for maximum value start by clicking here and scheduling an appointment.

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Roy Thomas SRES® (Senior’s Real Estate Specialist) is a REALTOR® with Sutton Group Professional Realty. Since 1991, Roy specializes in helping retirees with their later in life real estate transactions. Call Roy at 902-497-3031 or contact Roy here

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