Bank Deal: Earn 1.00% APY on an FDIC-insured savings account at Barclays.
I’ve recently been presented with a major career opportunity, and it’s starting to look like we’ll be moving this summer. This means that we’ll have to sell our current house and buy a new one. The main problem with this is that we’ve never sold a house before, so we’re not completely sure how best to choose a realtor. And before you suggest that we sell it on our own, we’ll be on a short timeline, and crazy busy before we go, meaning that FSBO is out of the question. So that brings us to issue of the day… What’s the best way to find a realtor? (In this case, a seller’s agent.)
Do you have any suggestions as to:
— How best to identify candidates?
— What we should ask them during our initial meeting?
— What (specific) criteria we should use to select the best one?
— Any other things that we should be doing (or considering)?
For more information on moving, check out my Roadmap for a Successful Relocation.
- How to Become a Millionaire
- How to Get Out of Debt
- The Best Dollars I've Ever Spent
- How Our Estate Plan is Structured
- How We Paid Our Mortgage In Less than 10 Years
- Money Making Ideas
- How to Manage Your Asset Allocation with Multiple Accounts
- Consumption Smoothing - Save While the Saving's Good
- How to Save on Groceries
- How Much Life Insurance Do You Need?
- Eleven Great Books About Money
- Dave Ramsey is Bad at Math (693)
- Dish Network Customer Service SUCKS (537)
- $8,000 Homebuyer Tax Credit (429)
- Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Early or Invest? (424)
- How to Claim the First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit (352)
- Termite Control: Sentricon vs. Termidor (330)
- How Much Should You Pay a Babysitter? (292)
- Ethanol Blended Gas = Lower Mileage? (273)
- Reduced Credit Limits? Share Your Experience (256)
- $15,000 Homebuyer Tax Credit (242)
- Buying Furniture off the Back of a Truck (237)
- Will Mac OS X Lion Kill Quicken 2007? (191)