One of the wonderful things about being part of networked conversations is that you often end up having awesome discussions with people many thousands of miles away. This post is the result of such a conversation — thank you Kelley Kohler. You rock.
This part is short, and requires your participation:
Realtors almost universally represent themselves when they need to sell their homes for whatever reason. I suppose if you can’t get yourself to list your own house, your sphere of influence must truly suck.
But what if you couldn’t sell your own home for some reason? Say you were going to be out of the country with no phone or Web access for a few months, but had to sell your house in the meantime. You will have to entrust the sale of your own house to whoever you’d hire with minimal supervision or interference.
Who would you use? And why?
Please respond in the comments.