This is a good question, but believe it or not few people ask it, and fewer still know how to do online research in this day of fake news, exaggerated claims, sales gimmicks, and outright misrepresentations. It really takes a great deal of skill to know how what phrases to search, how to use the search engines, how to filter through the results quickly, how to recognize the good from the bad in the results, and how to adjust search phrases to get better results. I’ve written extensively on this subject on the real estate blog on this site, which you can search, and I’ve included interview questions on this site you can review. I’ve also written books with chapters on finding and choosing a good buyer’s agent. But let me share this simple way to get started. Search various phrases in the search engines for Sequim Buyer’s Agent and review who comes up. Then do more research on each of them. If all they have is an MLS site, or if the only places they keep showing up is on paid sites like Zillow, you need to look elsewhere. If they don’t offer you substance with their own articles, videos, and photos online, they aren’t doing anything to reach out to buyers like you. And then review their education and experience. Of course, you’ve got to know how to differentiate the boys from the girls, and then email and talk on the phone to your number one choice to make sure I’m the right one. Okay, that was my effort at humor–inserting me in that last sentence. Seriously, I really think I am the most qualified Sequim buyer’s agent, and I hope you do your research and agree with me.
Here’s an article I wrote in 2012, but it’s just as relevant today: Finding A Sequim Realtor
and another article I think will be helpful: How to Find a Sequim Realtor
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