The most important thing for you to know as a home seller is that there’s a right and wrong way to sell real estate. Just like there’s a right and wrong way to do just about everything else in life. You see, Real Estate Agents are not all created equally. In fact, we almost all do business completely different. A lot of people don’t understand that. So it’s crucially important that you pick an agent who understands you, but also equally important is your understanding of the way a real estate transaction works. A lot of buyers AND sellers mistakes come from them thinking they know how it works. Trust me, just because you bought or sold a home 5-10 years ago does not mean you know how it’s done today. Agents go through a lot of training to be who they are, so trust them, and listen to them.


If you pick the right Realtor, they will make sure the other people involved such as the lender, title company, inspectors, and everything else in between are squared away. A good Realtor will have the best partners to help you achieve success. Your realtor has to deal with these people to, so it’s in their best interests to work with partners who share the same work ethics. So the golden rule to selling a home (the right way) is to pick a Realtor you feel will work best with you. An agent who shares your visions and truly wants to help you accomplish your goals. On the other end I myself want to work with clients who I can connect with well. Believe it or not sometimes I even have to turn away clients and refer them to someone else because we just simply aren’t a good match. I’m not the type of person to try to work with someone if the connection isn’t there. Some agents will take your business no matter what, just don’t be so quick to jump on board because you may end up with poor quality results.

I wrote this article to help you understand how to get the best deal. A house is for most people the biggest financial investment they may ever make in their whole life. You want to be sure you are getting the best service, and results you can get. I’ve built my Real Estate business on providing the highest caliber service that I can to my clients. I make sure they are 100% educated on the process, I have the best communication systems, I have the best partners, and I have the best tactics and skills that I can provide. I do things a lot differently than most Realtors. I have a very unique approach to everything that I do, and I would like to offer you that kind of service. By now you can understand how important it is to partner with the right agent.

You don’t have to do business with me. Like I said, you should do business with who you feel will work best with you. Either way you go, I would love to help you if you have any questions. I can help you no matter where you live or want to live. I am licensed in Tennessee, but I have incredible partners all over the world who I have teamed up with to ensure the people I work with get the best service possible. One of the most important things to think about is this…If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional, wait till you hire an amateur. Ever heard the expression “you get what you pay for”? Well, it’s a very true statement. If you cut corners on your agent, you will end up with poor results. Since we’re talking about Real Estate, that means you could also end up with considerably less money in your pockets. However, if you hire a strong, professional agent like myself. You can save yourself a lot of money, and a lot of headaches.

Ian Talbert (The Real Estate Warrior)

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If you are thinking of selling, or have any questions about anything in Real Estate. I would love to help. You can leave a comment on this blog post, or contact me through email, phone, or social media. If you found this post helpful, please take a second to share it to your friends or family who may be thinking about selling a home so that they will know how to do it (the right way).

If you’re looking to buy, please check out my article “How To Buy A Home (The Right Way)


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