Selling your home can be a daunting task but working with an experienced professional can make the process much smoother and more successful. Here are some tips on how to select the right real estate agent to sell your home:

  1. Look for an agent with a proven track record of selling homes in your area. A good agent should have a deep understanding of the local real estate market, including current trends, home values, and neighborhood characteristics. They should be able to provide you with statistics on their past sales and the average time it took to sell a home. In 2022, Brett Furman Group sold over 50 homes in an average time of just 17 days and for thousands more dollars than asking price.
  2. Check the agent’s marketing strategy. A good agent should have a comprehensive marketing plan in place to showcase your home to potential buyers. Our aggressive 12-step all-inclusive marketing program is one of a kind offering cutting edge services to every client we represent at no additional cost.
  3. Consider the agent’s communication You’ll be working closely with your agent throughout the selling process, so it’s important to find someone who you feel comfortable communicating with and who you trust to represent your best interests. Brett Furman Group calls, texts, and emails clients depending on their preferences.
  4. Look for an agent who is responsive and accessible. A good agent should be available to answer your questions and address your concerns in a timely manner. Someone is always monitoring Brett Furman Group phones, website, and inbox, so you will receive a rapid response to any inquiry.
  5. Ask for references and read reviews. Speak with past clients of the agent and ask them about their experience working with the agent and how they feel about the service they received. Check out our 5-star Google reviews.
  6. Do they offer a service guarantee? We value integrity and believe you deserve our best. Brett Furman Group offers an easy exit agreement, allowing you to cancel our contract anytime with 2 weeks’ notice, except during active negotiations or pending contracts.
  7. Make sure the agent is licensed and a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) or other professional organizations. This will ensure that the agent has the necessary knowledge, skills and professionalism to guide you through the process. Brett Furman maintains a Broker’s license, is a graduated of the Real Estate Institute, has numerous designations including Seniors Real Estate Specialist and more.

Choosing a real estate agent to sell your home is an important decision, so it’s essential to do your research and take the time to find one who is the best fit for you and your needs. Remember, the right agent will be able to help you sell your home faster and for the best possible price. Visit our website at to see our Top 10 recommended questions to ask when interviewing an agent, along with Brett Furman Group’s answers.

7 steps to selecting a home selling agent