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Best Real Estate Agents in Lynwood, CA

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9836 Atlantic Ave, South Gate, CA 90280 Rating

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4.0 (9)
5.0 (1)

Why choose this provider?

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties is a real estate agency that serves home buyers and sellers in Lynwood. The company specializes in providing property and community information, local homebuying trends, preferred properties, and real estate marketing. Its agents are also knowledgeable on local building codes, which qualifies them to recommend projects to complete before a home inspection is conducted. They can also interpret home inspection results and help determine the need for an inspection contingency clause in the contract.

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3517 Tweedy Boulevard, South Gate, CA 90280 Rating

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5.0 (4)

Why choose this provider?

Excellence Premier Real Estate is a real estate company that serves residential clients in Lynwood and its surrounding areas. It specializes in buyers and sellers representation. This firm handles various types of properties, including condos, homes, and land and foreclosure properties. Josue Ramon, the owner, obtained his real estate license in 2009. He and his wife, Ana, became owners of Excellence Premier Real Estate in 2015, focusing on helping people realize their real estate dreams.

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7847 Florence Avenue, Downey, CA 90240 Rating

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5.0 (13)
5.0 (6)
4.0 (4)

Why choose this provider?

Home Central realty serves the citizens of Lynwood as a group of real estate agents. The firm assists home buyers and home sellers, giving them professional advice on what decisions to make in the purchase, and in marketing their homes. It has been providing services since 1996, already buying 100,000 houses, buying the house as it is, without in need of painting, repairing, ensuring that the home sellers can have their processes without any worry or hassles.

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15931 Woodruff Ave, Bellflower, CA 90706 Rating

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4.0 (51)

Why choose this provider?

Harmon Home Real Estate was founded in 1997, to serve the clients of Lynwood in buying, selling, and renting homes. Its founder, Larry Harmon has 24 years of experience and has already served 2500 clients. He leads a team with more than 100 years of combined experience. Together, they offer market analysis and market evaluation, marketing to buyers and selling agents, and negotiating on the client’s behalf. The firm was ranked fourth in the U.S by Major Brokerage Graduate Realty Institute. 

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Compare our Top Real Estate Agents

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties
9836 Atlantic Ave, South Gate, CA 90280
Excellence Premier Real Estate
3517 Tweedy Boulevard, South Gate, CA 90280
Home Central Realty
7847 Florence Avenue, Downey, CA 90240
Harmon Homes Real Estate
15931 Woodruff Ave, Bellflower, CA 90706


  • Introduction

    Real estate agents help property owners and clients who want to buy real property realize their goals. They offer services, guidance, oversight, and expertise regarding the legalities of real estate transactions.

    Some common real estate agent tasks and services include listing homes, showing properties to prospective buyers, holding open houses, and negotiating property sales prices. Agents also find homes available for sale that meet their clients’ needs and desires. They explain the sales conditions and draw up transactional contracts.

    Agents work with mortgage lenders, property appraisers, home inspectors, and other professionals in the field. Real estate agents can act as a liaison for their clients, explaining complicated legal processes while acting in their best interests; it may be getting the best price for a homeowner who’s selling or negotiating a lower sales price for a buyer. 
  • Are all real estate agents Realtors?

    No. All real estate agents are not Realtors. Realtors are members of the National Association of Realtors. This membership allows these professionals to use this trademarked designation. But membership is not required to provide real estate services. Therefore, real estate agents who haven’t joined a NAR trade association are not Realtors.

  • How do real estate agents get paid?

    Real estate agents are paid when they make a sale. Sales pay on a commission basis. Brokers and the agents who buy and sell properties receive a percentage of the total sales price. The brokers collect the commissions from the sales funds, then pay their agents a set percentage established by contract agreements.

  • What is a fair commission for a real estate agent?

    The typical rate for residential sales is 5% to 6%. For example, a 6% commission on a house that sells for $400,000 is $24,000. Commercial property sales may pay up to 10% on commission. However, the agents split the total commission with the listing broker and the purchasing broker.

  • How do you pick a real estate agent?

    Homeowners who want to sell their homes with the help of a real estate professional choose selling agents, also called listing agents. Aspiring home purchasers use the services of a buyer’s real estate agent. Some real estate agents work for both buyers and sellers, but they usually only represent one or the other at a time. The exception occurs in states that allow dual agency. This arrangement is not recommended.

    Get referrals for a buyer’s or listing agent from friends, family, and coworkers, and do some online research. Then, interview agents at different real estate agencies before deciding. Ask about their experience, workload, specialties, commission rate, and marketing approach.
  • Do buyers pay commission to the real estate agent?

    The commission that compensates real estate agents for their services is paid out of the final sales price. It’s the seller who delivers the funds in the end. Since those funds come from the money that the purchaser provides to acquire the home, it could be argued that ultimately, it’s the buyer that pays.

  • Can a felon become a real estate agent?

    The laws and regulations that govern the real estate profession vary from state to state. So, while a felony may prevent someone from obtaining a real estate license in Arizona, an aspiring agent in Florida with a felony on their record is far more likely to get one. Many states allow real estate licensing for people with felonies on a case-by-case basis if the circumstances meet specific guidelines.

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