There are 8,910 real estate agents in Georgia. To find the right one for you, you need to read their reviews, check their websites, get recommendations, and analyze their past sales.
Once you’ve narrowed down your list, you can start calling individual agents and interviewing them to find the right fit. Remember: it pays to shop around and compare options before you make a decision!
Find Top Agents in Georgia
Clever’s team of real estate experts analyze hundreds of agents based on their years of experience, past sales, customer reviews, and niche specialties. We then score and rank the agents against each other to find the best ones.
This is an ongoing process, and we are continuously adding agents and locations, getting new data, and expanding the scope of factors we look at to improve our rankings.
How to choose an agent
To get the most out of our list of top agents, you’ll need to do some due diligence. Once you have a few agents, let’s say 3 to 10, you can start to hone in the skills your agent needs to have.
Set up some interviews and understand whether they have experience in:
- The neighborhoods you’re looking in
- The price range of your current or future home
- Any circumstances unique to your sale, like buying and selling at the same time
In this process, evaluate and understand the timeline that they expect to follow. You’ll want to compare the work that these agents will do, how much time they’ll devote to you as a client, and whether their plan makes sense.
Then, if you’re selling your home, you’ll need to negotiate your commission to make sure you get the best value on the real estate agent’s service. Buyers typically don't pay their agent's commission, but certain agents offer commission rebates in states where they're allowed.
Once you’ve settled on the costs and terms of working with your real estate agent, it’s time to sign an agreement. Most listing agreements will be exclusive, guaranteeing the agent a commission if the home sells. Buyer’s agent’s agreements are more variable, with some agents choosing only to sign one right before you make an offer.