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The Roles of A Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is just the same as a representative or an intermediary. They are not employees of any real estate company but are engaged directly by an individual client or the company itself to represent their interests when buying or leasing property.

Below are some of the responsibilities of real estate agents:

1. Real estate agents are responsible for the management of a real estate agency. They will ensure that all administrative duties and functions are handled properly and comply with state laws, professional standards, and industry codes of ethics.

2. Real estate agents help generate revenues for both the company an individual agent belongs to and his clients.

3. Real estate agents are responsible for the overall maintenance of the company and its property and ensuring that safety and security measures on offer to clients and guests are up to standard.

4. An agent is responsible for keeping abreast of new developments in technology, laws passed by the state legislature on real estate transactions, and other information that may have a bearing on his company's business.

5. Real estate agents are responsible for training recruits in various aspects of real estate transactions.

6. A real estate agent should provide a high level of service to their clients to meet or exceed customer expectations at all times while ensuring that the time and date of all scheduled appointments are met.

7. Real estate agents must keep detailed records of all transactions they process on behalf of clients, especially regarding land for sale in Wallan from Frasers Property. These records must include information about possible prospects who have contacted the agency for information on a particular land.

8. Real estate agents are also responsible for screening prospective clients to ensure they are genuine buyers or tenants before any meeting takes place. They may require copies of client identification documents before an appointment is made, thus preventing issues that may arise later, such as identity theft or false claims by applicants.

9. An agent's responsibility also entails negotiating various fees and other charges on behalf of their clients. These may be associated with property purchases or lease agreements, availability of parking facilities for clients, payment plans required by the company.

10. Real estate agents are responsible for ensuring that all transactions are appropriately documented to comply with state laws and their company's policies and procedures.

11. In some cases, a real estate agent may be required to close deals on residential or commercial properties on behalf of the buyer or tenant at hand. These deals usually involve obtaining financing from various local or national banks if the client has failed to meet with initial payments outlined in the purchase agreement.

12. Real estate agents are responsible for ensuring that existing tenants are given ample notice before their leases expire. They have sufficient time to look for alternative accommodation or negotiate extensions with landlords, should they need to do so.

Final Thoughts

It is important to note that many real estate companies hire employees rather than engage independent contractors. State laws may vary when it comes to the responsibilities and privileges, but real estate agents working on their own will have a set of general duties they are expected to fulfill.

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