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Is Your Real Estate Agent Financially Stable?

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The Lake LBJ Group All City Real Estate
Jeff Spears has lived full time on Lake LBJ since 2002. Jeff is a true Lake LBJ Waterfront Specialist with local expertise based on personal and professional experience. Jeff's number one priority is always doing what is best for his clients.




There is a great deal to think about it when buying a home. One way to help make sure you have the right agent is to ask if they are financially stable. This is to make sure their focus is on your needs and not on making a commission.


The common public perception of real estate agents is quite wrong. Many think it is an easy way to make a good living. Real estate is very complicated and a difficult profession. The failure rate of new agents is the same as people that open a new restaurant, over 80% just do not make it.


Agents are suppose to put their client's needs above all else. A good agent will work at your desired pace and never pressure you to make a decision unless the situation requires quick action.


If an agent is desperate to make a commission, they may not be putting your needs first. The Lake LBJ Group will always put your needs first.


Jeff Spears


Broker/Owner


The Lake LBJ Group Keller Williams Realty


jeffbspears@gmail.com


www.TheLakeLBJGroup.com




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