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Don’t underestimate the amount of time that your real estate transaction is going to take. Improper planning can cause difficulty in the end. Even if you feel certain you know how much time will be required, it won’t hurt to double check with your real estate agent. Be involved in the process every step of the way from the very beginning. Let your real estate agent know that you want to be involved with what is going on. The agent should not have a problem with this as ultimately, you are the only one who can make decisions about the real estate transaction. Never relinquish full control of the decision making process to your real estate agent, no matter how knowledgeable he may be.
Make sure your real estate agent knows that you want to remain informed of developments as they arise. The agent has a legal obligation to respect your wishes. Should a problem, or the potential for one, arise, knowing about it sooner will help you and your real estate agent work together to resolve it. Ask your real estate agent to explain any part of your transaction or the real estate business that you do not completely understand. You cannot be expected to know how the business of real estate operated if you do not work with it on a regular basis. Again, your real estate agent is legally obligated to provide you with this information. If, at any time, you feel that you are not getting the service you need from your real estate agent, make sure you let it be known. Don’t assume the problem will correct itself because it won’t. Communication is the cornerstone of resolving issues you have with how your real estate agent is working. You should expect for problems to arise at some point in the transaction. You should also expect your real estate agent to assist you in resolving these problems.