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Experienced Real Estate Agents Sell For Higher Prices, Faster and, More Properties

By Sanette Tanaka / Wall Street Journal 

The Price of Real Estate Experience  About  25 000   WSJ.com

The Price of Real Estate Experience About 25 000 WSJ.com

According to Bennie Waller, professor of finance and real estate at Longwood University in Farmville , VA  experienced agents sell homes for an average of 12% more than their less experienced counterparts. They also  tend to list more new properties.

“The more experience you have, the more likely you are to sell the properties that you list, the more likely you are to sell it at a higher price and the less time it stays on the market,” Prof. Waller says.

While the study reflects a national trend , the same phenomena is even more pronounced in the Tenafly and Bergen County markets.

Experienced agents possess a deeper more intimate knowledge of the marketplace, they have more extensive relationships with both sellers and buyers, they are better equipped to properly price their listings and lastly have better negotiating skills resulting in faster sales for higher prices.

A version of this article appeared September 13, 2013, on page M10 in the U.S. edition of The Wall Street Journal, with the headline: The Price of Experience: $25,000