[:en]Fannie Mae Agrees: Hire a Pro to Sell Your House[:es]Fannie Mae está de acuerdo: Contrate un profesional para vender su casa[:]

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Do you really need an agent to sell your house in today’s market? Here’s what Fannie Mae suggests to sellers on the Know Your Options section of their website:

“Select how you’ll market and list the home (e.g., with a real estate agent or for sale by owner). There are pros and cons to each, but unless you are experienced at selling homes, it usually makes financial sense to get professional help—homes sold by agents typically sell at a higher price and spend less time on the market. An agent will also help you determine the best pricing for the house, they’ll market the home, and they’ll be your advocate throughout the process.”

Let’s go over the points they made:

  • Homes sold by agents typically sell at a higher price
  • Homes sold by agents typically spend less time on the market
  • An agent will help you determine the best pricing for the house
  • An agent will market the home
  • An agent will be your advocate throughout the process

If Fannie Mae says using an agent probably makes sense, perhaps you should interview an agent before putting your house up for sale.[:es]Fannie Mae Agrees: Hire A Pro to Sell Your House | Keeping Current Matters

¿Realmente necesita usted un agente para vender su casa en el mercado actual? Aquí esta lo que Fannie Mae sugiere a los vendedores en la sección ‘Sepa sus opciones’ en su página electrónica:

“Seleccione como usted comercializara y pondrá su casa a la venta (por ejemplo: con un agente de bienes raíces o si va a vender usted mismo). Hay pros y contras con cada uno, pero si no tiene experiencia vendiendo casas, por lo general tiene sentido financiero obtener ayuda profesional – Las casas vendidas por los agentes por lo general se venden a un precio más alto y duran menos tiempo en el mercado. Un agente también le ayudara a determinar el mejor precio para la casa, ellos promocionaran la casa, y abogaran por usted a través del proceso.”

Repasemos los puntos que ellos hicieron:

  • Las casas vendidas por agentes típicamente se vender a un precio más alto
  • Las casas vendidas por agentes típicamente duran menos tiempo en el mercado
  • Un agente le ayudara a determinar el mejor precio para la casa
  • Un agente promocionara la casa
  • Un agente abogara por usted a través del proceso

Si Fannie Mae dice que contratar un agente probablemente tenga sentido, tal vez usted deba entrevistar a un agente antes de poner su casa a la venta.[:]

[:en]Fannie Mae Agrees: Hire a Pro to Sell Your House[:es]Fannie Mae está de acuerdo: Contrate un profesional para vender su casa[:]



[:en]  Do you really need an agent to sell your house in today’s market? Here’s what Fannie Mae suggests to sellers on the Know Your Options section of their website: “Select how you’ll market and list the home (e.g., with a real estate agent or for sale by owner). There are pros and cons to ...

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[:en]Fannie Mae Agrees: Hire a Pro to Sell Your House[:es]Fannie Mae está de acuerdo: Contrate un profesional para vender su casa[:]



[:en] 

Do you really need an agent to sell your house in today’s market? Here’s what Fannie Mae suggests to sellers on the Know Your Options section of their website:

“Select how you'll market and list the home (e.g., with a real estate agent or for sale by owner). There are pros and cons to each, but unless you are experienced at selling homes, it usually makes financial sense to get professional help—homes sold by agents typically sell at a higher price and spend less time on the market. An agent will also help you determine the best pricing for the house, they'll market the home, and they'll be your advocate throughout the process.”

Let’s go over the points they made:

  • Homes sold by agents typically sell at a higher price
  • Homes sold by agents typically spend less time on the market
  • An agent will help you determine the best pricing for the house
  • An agent will market the home
  • An agent will be your advocate throughout the process

If Fannie Mae says using an agent probably makes sense, perhaps you should interview an agent before putting your house up for sale.[:es]Fannie Mae Agrees: Hire A Pro to Sell Your House | Keeping Current Matters

¿Realmente necesita usted un agente para vender su casa en el mercado actual? Aquí esta lo que Fannie Mae sugiere a los vendedores en la sección ‘Sepa sus opciones’ en su página electrónica:

“Seleccione como usted comercializara y pondrá su casa a la venta (por ejemplo: con un agente de bienes raíces o si va a vender usted mismo). Hay pros y contras con cada uno, pero si no tiene experiencia vendiendo casas, por lo general tiene sentido financiero obtener ayuda profesional – Las casas vendidas por los agentes por lo general se venden a un precio más alto y duran menos tiempo en el mercado. Un agente también le ayudara a determinar el mejor precio para la casa, ellos promocionaran la casa, y abogaran por usted a través del proceso.”

Repasemos los puntos que ellos hicieron:

  • Las casas vendidas por agentes típicamente se vender a un precio más alto
  • Las casas vendidas por agentes típicamente duran menos tiempo en el mercado
  • Un agente le ayudara a determinar el mejor precio para la casa
  • Un agente promocionara la casa
  • Un agente abogara por usted a través del proceso

Si Fannie Mae dice que contratar un agente probablemente tenga sentido, tal vez usted deba entrevistar a un agente antes de poner su casa a la venta.[:]

[:en]Fannie Mae Agrees: Hire a Pro to Sell Your House[:es]Fannie Mae está de acuerdo: Contrate un profesional para vender su casa[:]



[:en]  Do you really need an agent to sell your house in today’s market? Here’s what Fannie Mae suggests to sellers on the Know Your Options section of their website: “Select how you’ll market and list the home (e.g., with a real estate agent or for sale by owner). There are pros and cons to ...

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