What are the pros and cons of verbal real estate offers? Today we bring them to you.
As the Listing agent, you get to call the Seller who is anxiously awaiting to get an offer. That is the only pro for Listing agents. Yet, don’t let it backfire on you. Read below to learn more.
There are different opinions as to whether staging a property is worth the money and time involved, but one thing is clear: A home that is clean and uncluttered garners more attention. The result is increased showings leading to offers.
Many concur that staging a home makes a huge difference. How the furniture is placed, and the feeling buyers have when entering a home, can make or break a potential sale. In today’s age, the first impression is a lasting impression. Agents know this. So, what happens next? You, as their listing agent, speak to the sellers and may receive numerous objections.
Here are the top 10 objections that most real estate agents face and how to overcome them:
One of the real estate industry’s most popular and advanced paperless transaction management solutions, Form Simplicity, recently released its newly redesigned application to more than 200,000 REALTORS® nationwide.
The update to Form Simplicity is more than just a designed facelift. The changes improve transaction productivity and speed up agent and broker workflow.
We live in an age of everchanging ways to communicate: social media, email, text (SMS) and telephone. Which one is the preferred method for your clients? In an industry such as real estate, it is vital to know the best way to communicate with your buyers, sellers, peers and just about everyone. What makes this fascinating is how communication styles can differ by generation.
Right now, there are six generations that comprise our society. Every one of these six generations plays a role in the real estate marketplace. And today we bring you the best ways to communicate with each generation. So, keep this cheat sheet handy!
Here are the birth years for the six generations. These are our present and near-future home buyers!
There are many types of fraud prevalent today in the real estate industry. Property fraud or “house stealing” is a white-collar crime that if left undetected can lead to a variety of issues. Property fraud can happen when a scammer files fake deeds and/or makes it appear as if it is their home when it is not theirs to sell. Along with deed forgery, identity theft and mortgage fraud are top in line for the hottest home crimes happening today, as seen in FBI’s news releases.
Let’s look at what types of properties are at the highest risk.