3 Signs of Reputable Real Estate Agent

Getting a Thailand real estate agent for your required property is one of the wisest things that you can do to get a good deal. For one, real estate agents help you all throughout the selection and buying process, without the fees. With so many real estate agents advertising their services from different platforms, the challenge now is how you can find one that will make your life easier with high quality property. For ideas, take a look at the following points.

Check the Agent’s License

A reliable real estate agent comes with a license acquired from the state’s regulatory body. You can validate the information from the licensing body itself or from their website. Aside from the license, it would be better if the real estate agent that you are going to choose has certificates for continuing studies and trainings.  A valid membership from an accredited body for realtors such as National Association of Realtors (NAR) would also be a plus. By hiring a qualified real estate agent, you can be assured that your transaction is safe and protected.

Years in Business

Another indication that you would be dealing with a reliable Thailand real estate is the number of years the agent has been in service. Look for a property agent who has been with the industry for not less than five years. Anything shorter than five years means the property agent is learning on you. Always go for experienced and qualified agents. However, there is nothing wrong with picking newbies so long as you can see their passion with their craft and they are licensed and accredited by reputable bodies.

Ask for Recommendations

You can also tell if a real estate agent is of good standing is by asking information from his previous clients. Ask for a list of properties that the Thailand real estate agent has closed in the recent years and make time to talk with these property holders. Ask for their experience with the real estate agent and if they would recommend the agent to you as a potential property buyer.

 

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