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Yes. 3:) Or leasing or landlord's agent.
Candice A. Donofrio
Fort Mohave, AZ
Debe Maxwell, CRS
We have always been of the opinion that is better to list in order to last. It worked for us, and that does not mean that being a buyer's agent can be as successful. It is what worked for us. A
Debe Maxwell, CRS
Raymond E. Camp
The more listings I carry, the more Buyers that discover me!
I have found that the more listings I have had, the more buyers I get. I do both. It keeps me sharp on both sides.
Listing all the way baby .... let those listing bells ring!
I do work with buyers but I do not seek them out ... they are past clients or referrals.
I do both
If they are motivated who cares.
Both, about 50/50
Although I have a preference -- this past year has been a combination of both for me.
Depends on if one is trying to buy a house or sell a house.
If, however, this question is related to a real estate agents business model, it would depend on where the agent is in their career, the resources, skills and experience of the agent, their financial strength and what they have the most of, TIme or Money.
Or you can flip. Heads is buyer agent.
The one that gets me to the closing table and pays a commission.
When I was an active agent... Both + Property Management.
I am more of a Buyers agent. It is what I prefer.
I like to list and sell!
AC/DC or in your temrs LA/BA I go either way
I would rather focus on listings.
Listing agent every time you can, and buyer agent the rest.
List but, also handle buyers - especially if they are selling with me. I typically refer web lead buyers out but, this year has been an anomoly - very few listings in our area so, I've been taking buyers and loving every minute of it!
You really have to be bi-lingual. I do both, just not in the same transaction.
Listings smooth out the peaks and troughs in this business. Buyers are icing on the cake.
This coming year, Buyer's Broker.
John Peak - 50-50!
I don't limit myself whatsoever ....
Both for me. Although right now I'm trying to pick up more listings because of the low inventory.
John Peak Buyer and seller rep and tenant and landlord rep.
All of the above and then some! Why limit yourself?
I do both,
Exclusively buyer agent...in buyer agency office. No double talk, no conflict of interest...never have to wonder what you can say or what you need to do.
To be or not to be.
I'm two mints in one plus property management as a bonus.
Waaaa? Am I?
Either or is good.
Most new agents start as buyer's agents, but over time become listing agents. Most successful agents do both.
I have preferred to work with buyers.