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Choose Hanley Agency, Inc. as your REALTOR - 412-422-7900 Tips for Selecting a Real Estate Agent in Pennsylvania

Whether it's because you're relocating or need a bigger place, it takes planning to make the decision to sell your home. Even the most desirable homes need an expert behind the deal. Using a careless agent makes selling your home a nightmare.

When choosing an agent, you want someone who can market your listing, get top dollar for your listing, and negotiate for you during the course of closing. Providing you a pleasant home-selling experience is simply what I do during every real estate transcation.

Check out some of the ways I can be the right real estate professional for you:

  • I’ll market your listing as a top priority, ensuring it gets the exposure it deserves in all available markets, even nationally. Every agent in Pittsburgh will see what your house has to offer.
  • Together, we'll determine your home's worth and get the best bid possible.
  • Your home will be in the best shape for Open House events in Pittsburgh.
  • I'm there when you need me — by email, by phone, and even via text message. You're my top priority and my schedule and actions reflect that.

As a best-selling real estate agent in Pittsburgh, I can ensure that you’ll get the best price for your home and get it off the market quickly. It's easy to choose any agent, but choosing the right agent takes a little time.

Your interests remain at the forefront throughout the whole selling process. Using my superb negotiation skills, you'll be a confident seller. E-mail Hanley Agency, Inc. at hanleyappraisals@hotmail.com or just call 412-422-7900. I’m always available to handle concerns that you might have about selling in Pittsburgh.

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