GoodRealEstateAgents.com pre-screens real estate agents on behalf of property sellers and buyers.
Finding a good “real estate agent” can be confusing. There are many questions to ask. For example, are real estate agents who advertise a lot necessarily good real estate agents? How can the public know who the good real estate agents are? How should consumers define what a “good real estate agent” is?
On this website you will read how real estate agents are screened before being admitted as Good “Real Estate Agents”. Strict rules govern their membership. If serious mistakes are made, loss of this privilege is a certainty. This may be accompanied by discipline from a local real estate board and/or government regulator, and even criminal investigation and court prosecution.
Selling or buying a property is likely the most expensive transaction most consumers will ever make. Since they do not do it often, our system helps consumers make informed choices. A system like ours helps the public.
When you select a GoodRealEstateAgent.com member, you know you’re getting a great agent — someone who has been thoroughly checked out by us. Someone who is dedicated to excellent service.
Hank Hofer in his Testimonial for Alec Leung says that it was his knowledge of the market that made the sale of his condominium possible.
Clients are paying for the expertise knowledge of their agents. If the client is dealing with an investment property, knowledge of the agent is even more paramount in the clients’ decision process.
The main objective of the GoodRealEstateAgents.com web site is to help consumers quickly find good real estate agents.
Based on consumer recommendations, GoodRealEstateAgents.com pre-screens agents in each local area across Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia.
GoodRealEstateAgents.com selects good agents based on customer satisfaction that highlight the qualities of good agents. Agents listed on this website are screened using the following criteria:
(1) most recent sellers’ comments (whose properties were sold)
(2) current sellers’ comments (whose properties are still for sale)
(3) buyers’ comments (those who have purchased bought through the agent selected from GoodRealEstateAgents.com)
(4) buyers’ comments (those who are still working with the agents selected from GoodRealEstateAgents.com.
Here’s what we examine to determine a potential agent’s acceptance on the GREA website:
(5) Testimonials (Letters of Recommendation) written by sellers or buyers of properties that are verifiable, or are already verified by GoodRealEstateAgents.com,
(6) Direct contact with sellers or buyers through telephone interviews, or internet/fax confirmations, whose phone numbers and internet addresses are independently verified by GoodRealEstateAgents.com
This website is also ideal for those who want to know:
(1) how to look for a good realtor/real estate agent/broker;
(2) what to look for from an agent/realtor/ broker when interviewing one;
(3) what makes a good realtor/real estate agent/broker;
(4) ways to look for a good realtor/real estate agent/broker.
GoodRealEstateAgent.com’s purpose is to link our great agents with consumers who are looking to buy or sell a property.
Nothing is more important than seeing an agent being honest in a real estate transaction. Unfortunately, there are those who are more interested in making a quick sale, or trying to close a deal using dishonest ways.
Fortunately, a lot of time, clients can also tell, if the agent is honest or not. Even from the first meeting, clients’ common sense could tell how trustworthy is the agent from the conversation. Without honesty, there is no trust. Without trust, there won’t be any transaction. As simple as that.
Government laws and real estate board rules and regulations make sure that dishonest agents shall be penalized. It is needed. This could be in forms of suspension or revolk of the agent’s license, heavy fines, or even imprisonment.