How would you feel recommending a contractor and finding out the work which was completed or semi-completed was not done properly? Do you think that it would affect your future business and recommendations? It certainly can. And it happens more often than you think.
This does not just happen to our clients. It happens to real estate agents all the time. I spoke this week with a real estate agent that inherited a condo from her mother. She decided to completely gut and renovate it. She went to the condo office to ask who they recommended since they have firsthand knowledge of the contractors that do a lot of work in the building. The office manager recommended a contractor that had renovated 3 units in her building in the same line. She went to take a look at them and was impressed with his work. Sounds good so far, right?
As a Real Estate Agent entering the field, what prompted your interest? Real Estate agents enter the business for many reasons. Many for the love of working in the industry, while others for the vision of creating lifetime wealth. Looking over a span of 20 years, what I have seen overall are many real estate agents that have built wealth developed in their everyday business.
This article is meant to be an initial step to educate and place you on the path of financial success through real estate. It’s about enriching your career and lifetime goals through the buying and selling of real estate.
To be real, the ride is not all uphill. Many real estate agents have lost homes and suffered financial hardship as a result of their investments. In life, as we know it, there are no guarantees. There is a smart system for investing. And what better way than to learn from those who have seen the highs and lows in the real estate economy and moved through them.
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People are likely to tell everyone they know about a bad experience with a business, and they’re usually thrilled to pass on information about good experiences, too. And that’s what word-of-mouth marketing is all about.
The home buying and selling processes are ones in which you become intimately familiar with your clients, and vice versa. This is a prime opportunity to get these clients to spread the word about your services.
More and more homeowners and buyers are looking for ways to save on the costs involved in the daily and monthly upkeep of their homes. Realistically, this applies to all of us!
This checklist is great to bring with you and provide to your clients to help them plan and meet their goals when purchasing their new home.
These items are at the forefront of importance for today’s buyers looking to increase their home’s efficiency. The checklist below can be used as a resource and as a value proposition for you as their real estate professional.
This question comes up all the time. Does it make sense to purchase a home warranty to protect your buyers when they invest in a home or to provide added value when listing a property? Let’s review the benefits, the questions you should ask and how to get started.
Why Buy A Home Warranty?