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Who actually sells my house — a broker or a sales professional?

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Who actually sells my house — a broker or a sales professional?

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Both. In legal terms, a real estate sales professional is an individual trained and licensed to act for other people looking to buy or sell a piece of property. While that definition applies to both, the broker is permitted to collect fees and/or commission for such work. Thus, the sales professional — with whom you have most of your day-to-day contact — works on behalf of, and is compensated by, the broker. • Will my sales professional be present at the closing? If you wish. while the law does not require their presence, both the buying agent and the selling agent may attend the closing. Even though most of the procedures are handled by the lenders, title companies, and in some cases an attorney, you’ll find that your sales professional can be a valuable source of information and counsel, especially if any last-minute problems arise. Good sales professionals are also extremely helpful in the days immediately prior to the closing. They’ll help you prepare by giving you a step-by-step p

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