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Real Estate can be Complicated

It can be tempting to try and navigate the real estate market on your own, whether you’re listing your home as “for-sale-by-owner” or representing yourself in the selling process.

The fact is, real estate can be complicated — The Idaho Real Estate Commission’s 2020 License Law and Rules handbook is 128 pages long! The process of buying or selling a home is already complex enough, don’t make it harder on yourself by trying to do it all on your own.

Navigating real estate transactions is what Berkshire Hathaway does, and we’re here to lend you our expertise. Call today and start your real estate journey.

Real Estate is What We Do

Berkshire Hathaway’s Realtors ® are well versed in the buying & selling process, and we’re here to help you navigate your transaction, from the initial walk-through all the way through closing. Whether you’re looking to buy a home or trying to sell your home in Twin Falls — we’re here to help.

Helped 360 families in 2020
Handled over 553 transactions in 2020
More than 342 years combined experience

Why You Should Work with a Realtor ®

How working with a Realtor ® can help you:

There are a lot of contracts to read, boxes to check, and places to initial or sign. We can help you cross your t’s and dot your i’s and make sure that your contracts are filled out correctly to reduce the hassle of corrections and amendments later on.

Having a Realtor on your side to represent you can make things easier, simpler, and could even help you avoid getting the short end of the stick in your deals.

Local Knowledge
Many of our Realtors were raised in the Magic Valley and know the area by heart. We’ll help you find a home or luxury property in the neighborhood or area that you’ll love for years to come.

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Never Miss Another Opportunity

Stop worrying about missing a chance to buy your dream home, or losing out on a great sale. When you work with a Berkshire Hathaway Realtor ®, you can have confidence that a real estate expert is in your corner to help you every step of the way.

Call now and start your real estate journey, today!

What does a Realtor do?

A realtor is a real estate professional who is a member of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) in the United States, or other similar associations in different countries, which adhere to a code of ethics. Realtors can be involved in various aspects of the real estate industry, including residential, commercial, and industrial real estate transactions. Here's an overview of the primary responsibilities and duties of a realtor:

Representation: Realtors represent either the seller (as a listing agent) or the buyer (as a buying agent). Sometimes, they can represent both in a dual agency situation, though this can vary based on local regulations.

Property Listings: For sellers, realtors list properties on multiple listing services (MLS) and other platforms, ensuring that the property reaches a wide audience.

Market Analysis: Realtors provide comparative market analyses to help sellers set a competitive price for their property or to help buyers understand the value of a property they are interested in.

Marketing and Advertising: For sellers, realtors create and implement a marketing strategy, which can include online listings, open houses, print advertisements, professional photography, and staging.

Negotiation: Realtors assist in the negotiation process between buyers and sellers, aiming to reach a mutually beneficial agreement for both parties.

Documentation and Compliance: Real estate transactions involve a plethora of documents, including contracts, disclosures, and reports. Realtors ensure that all paperwork is completed accurately and in a timely manner. They also ensure that all parties comply with local and state regulations.

Guidance: For buyers, realtors help identify properties that fit their needs and budget. They schedule property visits, provide insights on neighborhoods, and can connect clients with other professionals such as home inspectors or mortgage brokers.

Closing: Realtors guide clients through the closing process, ensuring that all final documents are signed, payments are made, and the transfer of property ownership is completed smoothly.

Continued Education: As members of the NAR or similar organizations, realtors are often required to complete periodic continuing education to stay updated on industry trends, changes in real estate law, and best practices.

It's worth noting that while all realtors are real estate agents, not all real estate agents are realtors. The title "realtor" denotes membership and adherence to the NAR's code of ethics and professional standards.