We represent buyers, sellers, or auctioning any homes, commercial, or land (cropland & grazing land). We have a team to manage agricultural land. We are a recognized as a leader in e-marketing with a website that is updated daily. We list on multiple websites such as Zillow, Trulia, Homes.com, Realtor.com, LoopNet, CoStar, Farm & Ranch, SD properties, CIMI, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and many others.
A real estate agent, as defined by Cambridge Dictionary, is a person whose business is to arrange the selling or renting of houses, land, offices, or buildings for their owners. While that is a technically accurate definition of a real estate agent, it doesn’t give an accurate description of what a real estate agent does on a day-to-day basis. Each day is unique and different for a real estate agent; while this can be an appealing aspect of the real estate profession, it can also offer unique challenges or opportunities, depending on the agent’s skill set. So, just what does a real estate agent do in a typical day?
There are a number of administrative tasks that are at the core of a well-run real estate business. A good real estate agent:
Keeps up with local and regional market activity and industry news
Researches active, pending, and sold listings
Completes, submits, and files paperwork, such as real estate documents, agreements, and records between buyer, seller, and closing offices
Plans and coordinates appointments, open houses, showings, and meetings with clients
Develops marketing plans for listings and creates fliers, newsletters, and other promotional collateral
Responds to incoming emails and phone calls
Update websites, social media profiles, and blogs daily
Working with Sellers
Meet with and understand the needs of sellers with new listings whether land, homes, or commercial.
Demonstrate your market knowledge, marketing abilities, and negotiation skills.
Research the current local market activity and comparable properties to establish an asking price.
List the property with web listing services.
Take digital photos of the property, inside and out, to prepare a listing presentation and advertising collateral.
Stage the home properly so it shows well and conduct open houses.
Working with Buyers
Meet with, interview, understand, and qualify prospective buyers.
Research the listing services for potential properties that fit the needs of your clients.
Plan property showings for buyers and set up appointments that fit your client’s schedule.
Show selected properties to buyers and communicate any details of the property.
Demonstrate negotiation skills, making offers of purchase on real estate.