11 Ways to Supercharge Your Database

11 Ways to Supercharge Your Database

You have a database that you use but deep down you know that it could be utilized to provide you with more referrals and long-term relationships. Use these tips to jump start your efforts.

Database Tips:

1) Make a commitment to call between two and five past clients / prospects per day to reconnect on a personal level and update their contact information. If you don’t already have it, get the day / ...

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Have pets?? Top Tips for Selling Your Home

Have pets?? Top Tips for Selling Your Home

 

Do you have pets as part of your family? When you put your home up for sale you need to be prepared that not everyone feels the same about having pets. Your home is staged so that the potential buyers can “see” themselves living in your home and often that doesn’t include pets. Scheduling a deep cleaning for your home to remove any pet odor is a necessity prior to listing. Here are some things to ...

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Housing Market to Spring Forward in 2018

Housing Market to Spring Forward in 2018

Just like clocks recently did in most of the country, the housing market will soon “spring forward!” According to Alexandra Lee and Ralph McLaughlin of Trulia, there was a 10.5% decrease in US home inventory in Q4 2017. This lack of inventory is like tension in a spring waiting to be released and that is what is holding back the market right now.

Traditionally, sellers believe that waiting until Spring is in their ...

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Why Hire a Professional When Buying or Selling Real Estate?

Why Hire a Professional When Buying or Selling Real Estate?

Buying or selling a home can be the adventure of a lifetime and having an experienced real estate professional to help guide you throughout the process can be invaluable. Many sellers think that they can leverage online tools and sell the home themselves (For Sale by Owner or FSBO), but engaging a professional to assist you has become even more necessary due to the projections of higher mortgage interest rates, higher home prices, and fluctuating market ...

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7 Ways to Sabotage Your Offer

7 Ways to Sabotage Your Offer

When you find a house you love and are ready to make an offer to the seller, the ideal situation would be for the first offer to be accepted. This can be a challenge when there are multiple offers so it is a good idea to present the best, cleanest offer you can without doing anything to sabotage yourself in the process.
Although there are many ways in which you can sabotage yourself, all are avoidable.

  1. No Pre-Approval

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Really Want A House You Toured?

….You Should Write A Letter To The Seller!

Buyers are getting frustrated with lower inventory levels & when they do FINALLY find a place to make an offer on, they find out there are other people doing the same.  Sound familiar? If you would like to dramatically increase the odds of the seller accepting your offer over ...

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Making An Offer On A New Home

Making An Offer On A New Home

Now that you have found the home you would like to buy, the time has come to make an offer. Taking into consideration the recent sales of properties in that neighborhood which are similar in size, quality, conveniences, and amenities, how much are you willing to offer for the home? Your Real Estate Consultant will provide you with a list of the recently sold surrounding homes that are similar in size, quality, conveniences, and amenities and help you decide ...

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Real Estate Agents | What Are Their Obligations

Real Estate Agents | What Are Their Obligations

About Real Estate Agency

One of the most common misconceptions that is shared by a large number of home buyers is that when working with a Real Estate Agent, he or she will “automatically” represent you as a buyer. As we will discuss, unless this is specifically disclosed in writing, in all probability the Agent will be representing theseller.

The traditional relationship (probably going back to when the first thatched hut was sold by someone other ...

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Using An Realtor vs. Finding A Home On Your Own

Using An Realtor vs. Finding A Home On Your Own

Advantages of Using a Real Estate Agent

When you start to consider whether to purchase your first home, one of the first questions that comes to mind is, should I use a Real Estate Agent? Although it is certainly possible to do it on your own, there are several more compelling reasons to use an agent than to “go it alone”. There is a misconception among many first time home buyers that by using a Real Estate ...

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