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Local real estate news in the Greater Seattle market: Home prices and trends in Seattle, on the Eastside, and across the Puget Sound region. Written by , Managing Broker with Coldwell Banker Danforth, 2016 President-Elect of Seattle King County REALTORS, and State Director for Washington REALTORS.

July 29, 2016

What Does A Real Estate Agent Do To Earn A Commission? 184+ Tasks (A List)

What a Realtor does to earn a commissionWe often hear these questions: What does a real estate agent actually do? What are the activities that a Realtor does to earn a commission?

Every real estate transaction is different, so there isn't a set formula for all cases. In general, though, there are dozens and dozens of things Realtors are doing behind the scenes when they're working buyers and sellers.

We often don't tell our clients everything we're doing because, frankly, it would bore them to death. Our job is to make your lives easier, not fill it up with unnecessary information. 

The following is a great example, though. It's 184 items which real estate agents do to earn their commissions. It was compiled by Pat Vredevoogd-Combs, past president of the National Association of REALTORS, who testified before the House Financial Services committee on the relationship between real estate agency duties and commissions.

Of course, all real estate commissions are negotiable. The consumer/client decides who they'd like to work with and what they'll pay. Knowing what you're paying for helps to make that process easier:

184 TASKS AGENTS DO FOR YOU

Pre-Listing Activities
1. Make appointment with seller for listing presentation.
2. Send a written or e-mail confirmation of appointment and call to confirm.
3. Review appointment questions.
4. Research all comparable currently listed properties.
5. Research sales activity for past 18 months from MLS and public databases.
6. Research “average days on market” for properties similar in type, price and location.
7. Download and review property tax roll information.
8. Prepare “comparable market analysis” (CMA) to establish market value.
9. Obtain copy of subdivision plat/complex layout.
10. Research property’s ownership and deed type.
11. Research property’s public record information for lot size and dimensions.
12. Verify legal description.
13. Research property’s land use coding and deed restrictions.
14. Research property’s current use and zoning.
15. Verify legal names of owner(s) in county’s public property records.
16. Prepare listing presentation package with above materials.
17. Perform exterior “curb appeal assessment” of subject property.
18. Compile and assemble formal file on property.
19. Confirm current public schools and explain their impact on market value.
20. Review listing appointment checklist to ensure completion of all tasks.

Listing Appointment Presentation
21. Give seller an overview of current market conditions and projections.
22. Review agent and company credentials and accomplishments.
23. Present company’s profile and position or “niche” in the marketplace.
24. Present CMA results, including comparables, solds, current listings and expireds.
25. Offer professional pricing strategy based and interpretation of current market conditions.
26. Discuss goals to market effectively.
27. Explain market power and benefits of multiple listing service.
28. Explain market power of Web marketing, IDX and REALTOR.com.
29. Explain the work the broker and agent do “behind the scenes” and agent’s availability on weekends.
30. Explain agent’s role in screening qualified buyers to protect against curiosity seekers.
31. Present and discuss strategic master marketing plan.
32. Explain different agency relationships and determine seller’s preference.
33. Review all clauses in listing contract and obtain seller’s signature.

After Listing Agreement is Signed
34. Review current title information.
35. Measure overall and heated square footage.
36. Measure interior room sizes.
37. Confirm lot size via owner’s copy of certified survey, if available.
38. Note any and all unrecorded property lines, agreements, easements.
39. Obtain house plans, if applicable and available.
40. Review house plans, make copy.
41. Order plat map for retention in property’s listing file.
42. Prepare showing instructions for buyers’ agents and agree on showing time with seller.
43. Obtain current mortgage loan(s) information: companies and account numbers.
44. Verify current loan information with lender(s).
45. Check assumability of loan(s) and any special requirements.
46. Discuss possible buyer financing alternatives and options with seller.
47. Review current appraisal if available.
48. Identify Home Owner Association manager is applicable.
49. Verify Home Owner Association fees with manager–mandatory or optional and current annual fee.
50. Order copy of Home Owner Association bylaws, if applicable.
51. Research electricity availability and supplier’s name and phone number.
52. Calculate average utility usage from last 12 months of bills.
53. Research and verify city sewer/septic tank system.
54. Calculate average water system fees or rates from last 12 months of bills.
55. Or confirm well status, depth and output from Well Report.
56. Research/verify natural gas availability, supplier’s name and phone number.
57. Verify security system, term of service and whether owned or leased.
58. Verify if seller has transferable Termite Bond.
59. Ascertain need for lead-based paint disclosure.
60. Prepare detailed list of property amenities and assess market impact.
61. Prepare detailed list of property’s “Inclusions & Conveyances with Sale.”
62. Complete list of completed repairs and maintenance items.
63. Send “Vacancy Checklist” to seller if property is vacant.
64. Explain benefits of Home Owner Warranty to seller.
65. Assist sellers with completion and submission of Home Owner Warranty application.
66. When received, place Home Owner Warranty in property file for conveyance at time of sale.
67. Have extra key made for lockbox.
68. Verify if property has rental units involved. And if so:
69. Make copies of all leases for retention in listing file.
70. Verify all rents and deposits.
71. Inform tenants of listing and discuss how showings will be handled.
72. Arrange for yard sign installation.
73. Assist seller with completion of Seller’s Disclosure form.
74. Complete “new listing checklist.”
75. Review results of Curb Appeal Assessment with seller and suggest improvements for salability.
76. Review results of Interior Decor Assessment and suggest changes to shorten time on market.
77. Load listing time into transaction management software.

Entering Property in MLS Database
78. Prepare MLS Profile Sheet–agent is responsible for “quality control” and accuracy of listing data.
79. Enter property data from Profile Sheet into MLS listing database.
80. Proofread MLS database listing for accuracy, including property placement in mapping function.
81. Add property to company’s Active Listings.
82. Provide seller with signed copies of Listing Agreement and MLS Profile Data Form within 48 hours.
83. Take more photos for upload into MLS and use in flyers. Discuss efficacy of panoramic photography.

Marketing the Listing

84. Create print and Internet ads with seller’s input.

85. Coordinate showings with owners, tenants and other agents. Return all calls–weekends included.
86. Install electronic lockbox. Program with agreed-upon showing time windows.
87. Prepare mailing and contact list.
88. Generate mail-merge letters to contact list.
89. Order “Just Listed” labels and reports.
90. Prepare flyers and feedback forms.
91. Review comparable MLS listings regularly to ensure property remains competitive in price, terms, conditions and availability.
92. Prepare property marketing brochure for seller’s review.
93. Arrange for printing or copying of supply of marketing brochures or flyers.
94. Place marketing brochures in all company agent mailboxes.
95. Upload listing to company and agent Internet sites, if applicable.
96. Mail “Just Listed” notice to all neighborhood residents.
97. Advise Network Referral Program of listing.
98. Provide marketing data to buyers from international relocation networks.
99. Provide marketing data to buyers coming from referral network.
100. Provide “Special Feature” cards form marketing, if applicable/
101. Submit ads to company’s participating Internet real estate sites.
102. Convey price changes promptly to all Internet groups.
103. Reprint/supply brochures promptly as needed.
104. Review and update loan information in MLS as required.
105. Send feedback e-mails/faxes to buyers’ agents after showings.
106. Review weekly Market Study.
107. Discuss feedback from showing agents with seller to determine if changes will accelerate the sale.
108. Place regular weekly update calls to seller to discuss marketing and pricing.
109. Promptly enter price changes in MLS listings database.

The Offer and the Contract

110. Receive and review all Offer to Purchase contracts submitted by buyers or buyers’ agents.

111. Evaluate offer(s) and prepare “net sheet” on each for owner to compare.
112. Counsel seller on offers. Explain merits and weakness of each component of each offer.
113. Contact buyers’ agents to review buyer’s qualifications and discuss offer.
114. Fax/deliver Seller’s Disclosure to buyer’s agent or buyer upon request and prior to offer if possible.
115. Confirm buyer is pre-qualified by calling loan officer.
116. Obtain pre-qualification letter on buyer from loan officer.
117. Negotiate all offers on seller’s behalf, setting time limit for loan approval and closing date.
118. Prepare and convey any counteroffers, acceptance or amendments to buyer’s agent.
119. Fax copies of contract and all addendums to closing attorney or title company.
120. When Offer-to-Purchase contract is accepted and signed by seller, deliver to buyer’s agent.
121. Record and promptly deposit buyer’s money into escrow account.
122. Disseminate “Under-Contract Showing Restrictions” as seller requests.
123. Deliver copies of fully signed Offer to Purchase contract to sellers.
124. Fax/deliver copies of Offer to Purchase contract to selling agent.
125. Fax copies of Offer to Purchase contract to lender.
126. Provide copies of signed Offer to Purchase contract for office file.
127. Advise seller in handling additional offers to purchase submitted between contract and closing.
128. Change MLS status to “Sale Pending.”
129. Update transaction management program to show “Sale Pending.”
130. Review buyer’s credit report results–Advise seller of worst and best case scenarios.
131. Provide credit report information to seller if property is to be sellerfinanced.
132. Assist buyer with obtaining financing and follow up as necessary.
133. Coordinate with lender on discount points being locked in with dates.
134. Deliver unrecorded property information to buyer.
135. Order septic inspection, if applicable.
136. Receive and review septic system report and access any impact on sale.
137. Deliver copy of septic system inspection report to lender and buyer.
138. Deliver well flow test report copies to lender, buyer and listing file.
139. Verify termite inspection ordered.
140. Verify mold inspection ordered, if required.

Tracking the Loan Process
141. Confirm return of verifications of deposit and buyer’s employment.
142. Follow loan processing through to the underwriter.
143. Add lender and other vendors to transaction management program so agents, buyer and seller can track progress of sale.
144. Contact lender weekly to ensure processing is on track.
145. Relay final approval of buyer’s loan application to seller.

Home Inspection
146. Coordinate buyer’s professional home inspection with seller.
147. Review home inspector’s report.
148. Enter completion into transaction management tracking software program.
149. Explain seller’s responsibilities of loan limits and interpret any clauses in the contract.
150. Ensure seller’s compliance with home inspection clause requirements.
151. Assist seller with identifying and negotiating with trustworthy contractors for required repairs.
152. Negotiate payment and oversee completion of all required repairs on seller’s behalf, if needed.

The Appraisal
153. Schedule appraisal.
154. Provide comparable sales used in market pricing to appraiser.
155. Follow up on appraisal.
156. Enter completion into transaction management program.
157. Assist seller in questioning appraisal report if it seems too low.

Closing Preparations and Duties

158. Make sure contract is signed by all parties.

159. Coordinate closing process with buyer’s agent and lender.
160. Update closing forms and files.
161. Ensure all parties have all forms and information needed to close the sale.
162. Select location for closing.
163. Confirm closing date and time and notify all parties.
164. Solve any title problems (boundary disputes, easements, etc.) or in obtaining death certificates.
165. Work with buyer’s agent in scheduling and conducting buyer’s final walkthrough prior to closing.
166. Research all tax, HOA, utility and other applicable prorations.
167. Request final closing figures from closing agent (attorney or title company).
168. Receive and carefully review closing figures to ensure accuracy.
169. Forward verified closing figures to buyer’s agent.
170. Request copy of closing documents from closing agent.
171. Confirm the buyer and buyer’s agent received title insurance commitment.
172. Provide “Home Owners Warranty” for availability at closing.
173. Review all closing documents carefully for errors.
174. Forward closing documents to absentee seller as requested.
175. Review documents with closing agent (attorney).
176. Provide earnest money deposit from escrow account to closing agent.
177. Coordinate closing with seller’s next purchase, resolving timing issues.
178. Have a “no surprises” closing so that seller receives a net proceeds check at closing.
179. Refer sellers to one of the best agents at their destination, if applicable.
180. Change MLS status to Sold. Enter sale date, price, selling broker and agent’s ID numbers, etc.
181. Close out listing in transaction management program.

Follow Up After Closing
182. Answer questions about filing claims with Home Owner Warranty company, if requested.
183. Attempt to clarify and resolve any repair conflicts if buyer is dissatisfied.
184. Respond to any follow-up calls and provide any additional information required from office files.

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July 27, 2016

Seattle Real Estate Market Weekly Update - July 27, 2016

Seattle real estate market statistics update weeklyHere is our quick weekly update for the Seattle real estate market. These stats cover the greater Seattle metro, but individual cities and neighborhoods may be significantly different.  Please contact us for a report on your local area if you're thinking of buying or selling.

Seattle Real Estate Market: 

Median Sales Price in Seattle: $559,750
Price Per Sqft in Seattle: $415,  an increase of 14% over last year
Median Rent per Month in Seattle: $2,786

Nearby Cities: 
Bellevue Median Sales Price: $718,000 , quarterly changed: 3%
Kirkland Median Sales Price: $550,000 , quarterly changed: -1%
Renton Median Sales Price: $375,000 , quarterly changed: 6%
Mercer Island Median Sales Price: $1,220,000 , quarterly changed: 6%
Kent Median Sales Price: $319,975 , quarterly changed: 2%
Shoreline Median Sales Price: $450,000 , quarterly changed: 3%

Give us a call or send us an email if you'd like more detailed information on your neighborhood, what your home's value is today, or to receive automatic emails when new listings go live in your neighborhood.

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July 26, 2016

Search Seattle Condos For Sale by HOA Dues

Searching for a condo can be difficult. HOA dues add a mystery element to your budget. A $300,000 condo may have $400/mo homeowners association dues, while a $600,000 condo might have $300/mo HOA dues.

Your budget is important when getting a pre-approval for a mortgage to buy a Seattle condo. We've simplified the process.

 - Search Seattle condos: How much are the HOA dues? -

You can use our detailed condo search to narrow down your condos results via how expensive the monthly homeowners association dues are. 

Homeowners association dues can cover a lot of different things Low dues don't always mean a bargain. HOA dues can cover a condo's electricity, gas, water, garbage, cable tv, hot water, concierge services, etc. In co-ops they can even cover property taxes. Those amenities that aren't covered by your HOA dues are usually paid directly by the condo owner. 

So don't get too set on a certain HOA dues amount until you see what amenities those dues cover. Condo buildings vary widely, so have an experienced condo agent help you with your search. We're ready when you are.

If you still need to sell your current condo let's make sure we have your strategy right to sell for top dollar in this complex, fast-moving environment. Give us a call any time. Also, download our guide:

11 Things You Need To Know Before Selling Your Seattle-Area Condo.

Seattle condo sellers guide

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2016 President-Elect, Seattle King County REALTORS® - State Director, WA REALTORS®
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Statistical source if not otherwise noted is NWMLS. The Northwest Multiple Listing Service did not compile or publish this information.

July 26, 2016

Mid Century Modern Homes: Seattle Real Estate

Looking for a modern or mid-century modern home in the greater Seattle area? They're harder to find than you may think. Just contact us and we'll set up a custom search for you!

 - See today's mid-century modern homes for sale in the Seattle area - 

The mid century modern homes in our local MLS are not always categorized in a way the consumer searches find them. We can help you find mid century homes before they're sold. In this market, it happens quickly as modern real estate is in high demand.

Just give us a call.

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Director, Seattle King County REALTORS® - State Director, WA REALTORS®
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July 20, 2016

Seattle Real Estate Market Weekly Update - July 20, 2016

Seattle real estate market statistics update weeklyHere is our quick weekly update for the Seattle real estate market. These stats cover the greater Seattle metro, but individual cities and neighborhoods may be significantly different.  Please contact us for a report on your local area if you're thinking of buying or selling.

Seattle Real Estate Market: 

Median Sales Price in Seattle: $560,000
Price Per Sqft in Seattle: $417,  an increase of 15% over last year
Median Rent per Month in Seattle: $2,795

Nearby Cities: 
Bellevue Median Sales Price: $725,000 , quarterly changed: 4%
Kirkland Median Sales Price: $550,000 , quarterly changed: 2%
Renton Median Sales Price: $378,000 , quarterly changed: 7%
Mercer Island Median Sales Price: $1,210,000 , quarterly changed: 5%
Kent Median Sales Price: $320,000 , quarterly changed: 3%
Shoreline Median Sales Price: $450,000 , quarterly changed: 3%

Give us a call or send us an email if you'd like more detailed information on your neighborhood, what your home's value is today, or to receive automatic emails when new listings go live in your neighborhood.

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July 14, 2016

Top 15 Seattle Pokemon Go Locations - Where are Pokestops, Pokegyms, and homes? #PokemonGo

Searching for Pokemon Go Pokestops, Gyms, and Legendary Rare Pokemon in Seattle

Pokemon Go is everywhere. Whether you're an avid young player, a reminiscing older player, or a parent cringing at how often you're driving people around to find Pokestops, you can't escape it.

Pokemon Go Legendary LocationsParks are packed with people staring at their phones. They're hoarding Pokeballs for a chance to snag a winner (even a Legendary Pokemon).

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They look a lot like home buyers in Seattle today. It's hard to find a great place, and once you do, it's gone before you can grab it.

For those looking to snag a few more Pokemon in between your home searches, here you go:

Seattle Pokemon Go: Where to find Pokestops, Pokegyms, and Legendary Pokemon in Seattle

  1. Volunteer Park - Many Pokestops, multiple Pokegyms
  2. Gas Works Park - Many lures here
  3. Pike Place Market - Big meetings and teamuups
  4. Cal Anderson Park - 3 Pokestops all boosted with Lure Modules
  5. Seattle waterfront - Rare Pokemon located here
  6. Martin Luther King Park - three Pokestops
  7. Space Needle - Pokegym
  8. Lake Union Park - Crawling with Pokestops
  9. Westlake Park - Three Pokestops near one another
  10. Lawton Park - Two Pokestops and a Pokegym
  11. Lincoln Park - Crawling with charmanders and squirtles
  12. West Seattle Junction - Four Pokestops
  13. Fremont Bridge - Six Pokestops nearby
  14. Alki Lighthouse - Three lures
  15. Uwajimaya Village - Four Pokestops and a gym

In between all that #PokemonGo searching, if you're hoping to find a home in the fast-paced Seattle real estate market, we can help. It's almost impossible without a great real estate agent guiding you through the process right now. Let us be your eyes and ears in the real estate market, and you can stay glued to that phone screen.

Looking for a specific search?  Just contact us and we'll set it up for you!

 

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July 13, 2016

Seattle Real Estate Market Weekly Update - July 13, 2016

Seattle real estate market statistics update weeklyHere is our quick weekly update for the Seattle real estate market. These stats cover the greater Seattle metro, but individual cities and neighborhoods may be significantly different.  Please contact us for a report on your local area if you're thinking of buying or selling.

Seattle Real Estate Market: 

Median Sales Price in Seattle: $550,000
Price Per Sqft in Seattle: $414,  an increase of 15% over last year
Median Rent per Month in Seattle: $2,750

Nearby Cities: 
Bellevue Median Sales Price: $728,000 , quarterly changed: 9%
Kirkland Median Sales Price: $550,000 , quarterly changed: 2%
Renton Median Sales Price: $372,500 , quarterly changed: 5%
Mercer Island Median Sales Price: $1,189,000 , quarterly changed: 2%
Kent Median Sales Price: $316,500 , quarterly changed: 2%
Shoreline Median Sales Price: $450,000 , quarterly changed: 5%

Give us a call or send us an email if you'd like more detailed information on your neighborhood, what your home's value is today, or to receive automatic emails when new listings go live in your neighborhood.

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July 6, 2016

Seattle Real Estate Market Weekly Update - July 06, 2016

Seattle real estate market statistics update weeklyHere is our quick weekly update for the Seattle real estate market. These stats cover the greater Seattle metro, but individual cities and neighborhoods may be significantly different.  Please contact us for a report on your local area if you're thinking of buying or selling.

Seattle Real Estate Market: 

Median Sales Price in Seattle: $550,000
Price Per Sqft in Seattle: $414,  an increase of 15% over last year
Median Rent per Month in Seattle: $2,695

Nearby Cities: 
Bellevue Median Sales Price: $735,000 , quarterly changed: 15%
Kirkland Median Sales Price: $550,000 , quarterly changed: 2%
Renton Median Sales Price: $374,000 , quarterly changed: 7%
Mercer Island Median Sales Price: $1,189,000 , quarterly changed: 6%
Kent Median Sales Price: $315,000 , quarterly changed: 2%
Shoreline Median Sales Price: $455,000 , quarterly changed: 9%

Give us a call or send us an email if you'd like more detailed information on your neighborhood, what your home's value is today, or to receive automatic emails when new listings go live in your neighborhood.

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June 22, 2016

Seattle Real Estate Market Weekly Update - June 22, 2016

Seattle real estate market statistics update weeklyHere is our quick weekly update for the Seattle real estate market. These stats cover the greater Seattle metro, but individual cities and neighborhoods may be significantly different.  Please contact us for a report on your local area if you're thinking of buying or selling.

Seattle Real Estate Market:

Median Sales Price in Seattle: $540,000
Price Per Sqft in Seattle: $412,  an increase of 17% over last year
Median Rent per Month in Seattle: $2,650

Nearby Cities:
Bellevue Median Sales Price: $718,000 , quarterly changed: 14%
Kirkland Median Sales Price: $550,000 , quarterly changed: 5%
Renton Median Sales Price: $365,000 , quarterly changed: 7%
Mercer Island Median Sales Price: $1,250,000 , quarterly changed: 31%
Kent Median Sales Price: $315,000 , quarterly changed: 2%
Shoreline Median Sales Price: $445,000 , quarterly changed: 7%

Give us a call or send us an email if you'd like more detailed information on your neighborhood, what your home's value is today, or to receive automatic emails when new listings go live in your neighborhood.

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June 15, 2016

Seattle Real Estate Market Weekly Update - June 15, 2016

Seattle real estate market statistics update weeklyHere is our quick weekly update for the Seattle real estate market. These stats cover the greater Seattle metro, but individual cities and neighborhoods may be significantly different.  Please contact us for a report on your local area if you're thinking of buying or selling.

Seattle Real Estate Market:

Median Sales Price in Seattle: $540,000
Price Per Sqft in Seattle: $412,  an increase of 17% over last year
Median Rent per Month in Seattle: $2,650

Nearby Cities:
Bellevue Median Sales Price: $718,000 , quarterly changed: 14%
Kirkland Median Sales Price: $550,000 , quarterly changed: 5%
Renton Median Sales Price: $365,000 , quarterly changed: 7%
Mercer Island Median Sales Price: $1,250,000 , quarterly changed: 31%
Kent Median Sales Price: $315,000 , quarterly changed: 2%
Shoreline Median Sales Price: $445,000 , quarterly changed: 7%

Give us a call or send us an email if you'd like more detailed information on your neighborhood, what your home's value is today, or to receive automatic emails when new listings go live in your neighborhood.

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