Is your Wisconsin real estate agent working for you?

Is Your Agent Working for You?

I just got off the phone with another agent from a different brokerage. I have a tour scheduled with some buyers and one of the homes we will be seeing is listed with his particular brokerage. He was looking at the list of showings that have been scheduled recently for his brokerage’s listings and noticed that I had scheduled a showing for a certain home. He called me because he wanted to inform me of another listing on the same street that just came on the market in the past day or so and it is similar, at least in bedroom and bathroom count, to the home that we will be seeing. He wanted to know if I wanted to add that home to my showing tour. I had to decline showing that home because that particular home is not in the style that my buyers prefer but I thanked him for letting me know about the new listing.

That agent is doing his sellers a great service. If you have or will have your home listed by a full service brokerage, such as my own, you are probably expecting more from your agent. Working the scheduled showings list and calling agents to try to get an additional showing on their listing is fantastic service and is another reason why a full service brokerage is worth the commission. If your real estate agent is not providing you with this level of service, maybe you should consider switching agents when the listing contract expires.

  Written by Adrienne Killey, First Weber West Bend, for her blog and reprinted with permission.

Whether you are a seller or buyer, if you are interested in a personal real estate consultation, please contact me. Click HERE for my website. And don’t forget to follow my blog. Allow me to help you navigate the kettles and hills of real estate. –Adrienne Killey, REALTOR®


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Cooperating Brokers

When you list your home with First Weber or other full service real estate firms, there is cooperation between Multiple Listing Service brokers to show and sell your home. It really does not matter which broker sells it, just as long as we cooperate to make it happen for you! For more about First Weber’s Seller services, check out our marketing and other seller services.  And of course, you can see all kinds of Wisconsin property for sale, including that of participating, cooperating brokers at Thanks for reading!

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