How to select a great Realtor®—and why it’s so important.

It is vital to work with the best real estate agent possible throughout your home-buying journey. Beyond finding listings and showing homes, Realtors® also play an important part in the negotiating process when it comes time to make an offer. Relying on a casual referral or settling on the first agent that comes your way can be a costly mistake.

WHAT NOT TO DO WHEN SELECTING A REALTOR.

When physicians hire a real estate agent to buy a new home—probably the biggest asset they will own—the choice is often made by chance. If you are like seven in ten Americans, you’ll select the first agent you contact, according to a study by the National Association of Realtors. That’s like walking onto a car lot and buying the first vehicle you see, without price-shopping or even taking a test-drive. Since the difference between a good Realtor® and a bad one can mean thousands of dollars in savings, shouldn’t you do your homework before settling on one?

WE’VE HAND-PICKED EACH REALTOR® IN OUR NETWORK.

At Physician Relocation Specialists, we put agents under a spotlight so we can quickly identify the ones that shine. The agents we select must first meet some basic criteria: educated, experienced, and active in today’s market. We screen agents based on their success and achievements, in addition to their credentials. We then personally interview each agent before adding them to our Preferred Agent Network. By using this systematic approach, our Relocation Consultants choose only the most remarkable real estate agents.

GETTING CONNECTED WITH ONE OF OUR PREFERRED REALTORS® IS SIMPLE.

To be connected with one of our in-network agents, simply fill out the short form on our contact us page. We’ll then match you with an excellent Realtor® in your destination city.