Nothing Beats Having an Experienced Realtor® on Your Side

Mary Tynell of Keller Williams

People are always looking to cut costs wherever they can, especially if money is tight. There are, however, certain instances where spending a little will help you more than you can imagine. Hiring a professional Realtor® to find your next home or sell your current home is definitely one of these situations.

Unless you have the time to stage and market your own home, or have hours to comb through listing after listing to find just what you’re looking for, hiring a real estate agent can not only save you time and money in the long run, but save you the headaches (and heartaches) of taking all of the work on yourself.

Additionally, a professional Realtor® will be the buffer between you, as their client, and all the ins and outs that finding or selling real estate involves. And, though not all real estate agents are members of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), those who do join agree to abide by a code of ethics, which essentially stipulates that Realtors® deal with all parties of a transaction honestly.

“Everything I do is in the clients’ best interest,” said Mary Tynell, of Keller Williams Realty. “The competition (of buying and selling) is huge, and having an experienced Realtor® in your corner is the best buffer you can have.”

Realtors® have a lot of experience in a particular market, and they know how well a neighborhood holds its value, too. While anyone can spend a few minutes online and pull information on sales of comparable houses, real estate agents have the experience to know whether a specific house is overpriced or underpriced. Additionally, they know when someone’s interest is or isn’t genuine.

“For example, people often come in to see a home and ‘place their furniture,’ so to speak,” Mary said. “They’ll say this piece of their furniture will fit in this space or that, etc. To an inexperienced agent, they may see this as a potential buyer. To the experienced agent, we know this is a shopper, who rarely has any real intention of buying the particular property. We are typically able to determine, with experience, who is serious and who is not.”

If you’re looking for something specific in your next home, a real estate agent is the person whose job it is to know if there’s a house out there to fit your needs, and he or she will hold your hand through the entire process.

“I am protecting my clients’ interest when I am hired,” Tynell said. “This includes all aspects of their interest, whether they’re buying or selling. It’s up to me to find out why a particular listing isn’t selling, why a seller is asking the price they’re asking – all of the things my client will need to know.”

As a professional, experienced Realtor®, Mary continues to spend time on each client as if they are her only client. It is her focus to the customer’s needs and understanding of the market which leaves her clients feeling they made the right choice and achieve the transaction at a fair price. It is this trust that clients and Mary often build a relationship spanning beyond the purchase or sale of a property. It is these relationships which help her business grow.

One of her clients said, “Mary was the kind of real estate agent I could have only dreamed about … or so I thought! The house was not going to be an easy sell. It was a dated, postage stamp-sized property. But Mary saw the good things about the house, and assured me it would sell, and she was right. Mary came with great references and she worked so hard and did everything she said she would do and more. I’ve heard the stories of people being out on the ‘back burner’ because they don’t have an easy-sell home, but Mary made me feel like I was her only client. She did what she said she would do, and more. I tell everyone how great she is!”

Mary holds certifications after education in the following fields: Seller’s Representative Specialist (SRS), Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR) and Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES), naming a few. She is affiliated with Keller Williams Realty – Cape Cod and the Islands in North Falmouth, and she and her support team can be reached at 508-296-0016 or via email at

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