Wondering how to find a good estate agent? Episode 1 of season 6 of the Move iQ podcast, sponsored by Propertymark (the leading membership body for property agents), has got your back. In this one, Phil Spencer is joined by Liana Laporto-Browne, current president of NAEA Propertymark. What’s in store? Keep reading to find out… Tune in below, or on your podcast app of choice.
Why tune in?
The two discuss a wide range of topics, including:
- How to identify a good estate agent
- How to tell a good agent from a bad agent
- The importance of agents being qualified
- Distrust of estate agents
- Why you should beware low fees
- What you can get from your agent
- Local market information
- How to avoid getting a bad estate agent
You can tune in here, or on your favourite podcast app of choice, including Spotify.
How to find a good estate agent
There are many things you should consider when choosing an estate agent. Remember, it’s not all about the price they charge. You should ask what makes them qualified to represent you when selling your home.
Consider their local market knowledge, expertise, experience etc. An estate agent should be there to guide you through the process from start to finish, so make sure you choose wisely.
Who is Propertymark?
Propertymark is the leading professional membership body for the property sector.
They uphold higher professional standards across the property sector in order to protect the consumer and regulate their members according to a Code of Practice with enforcement action where agents fall short.
They provide members with nationally recognised, vocational standards through accredited qualifications and an industry leading training program. To find an agent, look for their logos and make sure your transaction is Propertymark Protected.
Want more episodes?
Season 3 of the Move iQ podcast is also there to help you sell your home the easy way. It covers everything from making a good first impression to alternative ways of selling. Tune in below.
Plus, there’s plenty more of season 6 to come – tune in on your favourite podcast app of choice for more!
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Last Updated: January 6th, 2022