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What questions should a consumer ask when interviewing a potential listing REA?I'm thinking about days-on-market and list-to-sale (both documented). After all, these are the bottom line to the seller. Maybe also listings-taken -v- listings-sold. The good thing about these questions is that they drive to verifiable answers. The bad thing about these questions is that they do absolutely nothing to determine if the consumer will feel "good" about the selling experience.The second level of questions would then likely be about how the REA markets the house, where it will be marketed, REA business practices (i.e., commitment to response to questions, who their "backup" is, etc.).Last, compensation structure. No sense talking about paying for services that you have not interest in engaging.Any additions, expansions, contrarian advice?
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