When listing your condo, is it better to choose and on-site agent? I've lost a few listings to agents who operate as both rental/ condo manager and listing agent, and some agents who simply live in the complex. Most are fully competent to handle the transaction, but are they fully marketing the property? Do they try to sell in-house? Giving their buyers first dibs before the market has a chance to bring more buyers who may be willing to pay more? Is the property exposed on MLS? on multiple websites? with a professional photo display? using the right keywords with a full marketing plan? Is there follow up with other agents? If not, your unit could take longer to sell, possibly below full market value. Unfortunately, I've heard from a few sellers who felt they did not get what they should've, because the property was not properly marketed. I have a multiple website platform with professional photographics and keywords that reach search engines across the globe. I'm an expert negotitor and work well with other agents, including those who may live or work at the complex. If you have a condo that you may need to sell, please feel free to call me for a professional market analysis and marketing plan. It pays to have me on your side.