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All include the above and required to complete a smooth transaction..... Trash man, gardener, handy person, cock roach terminator......
Golden Gate, FL
d.) All of the above
Michael J. Perry
Simple. Answer E. All of the above. Just like lenders
DEANNA C. SMITH ...
Smith Mountain Lake, VA
My job is not limited to just one title, it is all of the above and more.
It depends on the client. But I find myself being more of the Psychologist. "How do you feel about this house?"," Do you see yourself in this home? ", "It will be okay.", "Relax, don't worry.."
Matt Keough, New Castl...
I think we do all of these, Matt. Though some of us are better at different aspects of these roles.
If I had to choose only one, it would be counselor. There are many times when you realize it is not in their best interest to either sell or buy. You counsel them throughout the deal, should they proceed.
All the above at times
Matt Keough, New Castle County, DE All of the above.
I think any given day, we have all those hats on!
All of the above and you left another dozen out.
Good morning Matt. You are so right, all the items in your list are needed and even a few more.
All of the above! Especially communicator and negotiator.
Counselor or as I like to call it a Consultant.
All of the above!
definitely psychologist and marriage counselor
All of the above and then some. I have worked as a mover and property sitter. I have also shoveled snow.
I would add dog whisperer....
Guide and Coordinator
one word cannot describe what we do.... it's a combination of everything you've mentioned and more....
Everyone you mentioned plus a few more.
I would say all of the above.
It may depend upon the specific transaction. Also, in some cases, several labels may be considered to be the best (i.e. a tie).
Jack of all trades, but master at none; especailly those requiring a license.
Pretty sure my hat has had all of those brims and then some whether individually or collectively. Our roles are not as unfettered as many consumers might tend to believe.
I'd say we do all of this, although not being a licensed psychologist I would use that term
Navigator, Negotiator, Problem Solver and may I also add Good Listener.
Yes to all you mentioned with moving 'shrink' higher up the list.
Advocate sounds better than educator. Candice A. Donofrio
I think they change with different clients and different types of transactions (buyer v seller). First time homebuyers require a little more education, communication, and counseling, while seasoned clients may need something else to be of importance for them.