Purchasing a home to live and celebrate life in is a serious, major investment. When it comes to finding your dream house, you’ll want to make sure that you’re working with a professional and courteous real estate broker that you’re comfortable with, along with making sure that you’re comfortable with the environment of the home. That’s why Andreas Elsenhans is dedicated to providing you with a curated, customized high-end real estate experience so that you know you’re getting the best luxury real estate services in the greater Beverly Hills and Los Angeles areas.
Today, we’re briefly going to cover a few things to look for in a luxury real estate agent – or rather, five signs that your realtor is actually not specialized in providing luxury real estate services. Continue reading below!
Lack of Communication and Follow-Up
While many agents work long, tireless hours talking with multiple clients at one time, it should still be possible to reach them – even if they can’t meet face-to-face, they should still regularly respond via phone, email, text, social media, and so forth. Regular updates and consistent responses from the realtor to client show that the realtor cares.
They Don’t Provide a Personalized Experience
Properly staging a home is essential in order to appeal to the highest number of potential buyers. Not only that, but a well-staged home specifically tailored for a client will help provide them a sense that this house is made for them to live in – staging gives them an idea of what their taste and style would actually look like inside the house before they actually move in.
They Don’t Listen to Your Needs
If an agent only cares about making yet another sale and not helping you find exactly what you’re looking for, then are they really useful, or would you really want to do business with them? A good luxury real estate agent should spend a lot of time listening and taking notes about your personal needs from the first time that you initially meet all the way to the closing process. A passionate luxury realtor won’t be happy until you’re happy with your brand new dream home that meets all of your criteria.
They Pressure You Into Purchasing The Wrong House
Though it’s common for many realtors to ‘push’ a client into a sale, a luxury real estate agent knows that it might take a long time to find the perfect property for a client. On the other hand, a hasty real estate broker simply looking to make a quick sale and be done with the process will have no problem selling you a home that you’re not truly satisfied with. A good seller is assertive when they believe that they’ve found the right fit, but not aggressive in pushing a home that they know isn’t the right fit.
Lack of Organization
The real estate industry is no simple game, especially when it comes to high-priced properties in the greater Los Angeles area. That means that your real estate agent should be on top of organizational matters like contact information, updating property listings, and so forth. Many agents work with long hours often at a hectic pace, but that’s hardly an excuse to drop the ball.
Get the Luxury Real Estate Experience You’ve Been Looking For
Andreas Elsenhans has the experience and luxury real estate know-how that you’ve been searching for. He’ll work tirelessly to ensure that you’ve found your dream home by customizing the interior decor to match your personal tastes and style, and more! Get in touch with Andreas today to take one step closer to the home of your dreams.