• Questions Agents Should Ask New Home-Selling Clients Questions Agents Should Ask New Home-Selling Clients

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    Questions Agents Should Ask New Home-Selling Clients

    As a Real Estate Agent, landing the new client is a huge part of the battle.  But once you've brought on the new client, helping them get the best money for their property is the hard part.  Work with your clients to address any serious issues early on so you can have a smooth sale later.  

    What Are You Looking to Get For Your Home?

    The opposite of budget planning for buying a home, selling a home can be just as stressful of a financial experience.  When you ask this question, expect your client to have an idea of what they are going to get from sites like Zillow or Trulia, and they will be certain to think they are an expert in their neighborhood.

    Pricing a home is all about setting expectations and working together for a great outcome.  If the hoe sells for more, both you and the client win, so you have a shared desire to reach the highest price possible.  However, you don't want price the house outside of the market and never get any offers.

    Does the Home Have Any Structural Damage?

    Serious home problems like foundation trouble, bad plumbing, and poor wiring can kill a great sale at inspection time, so be sure to go through the entire home and ask you client about past and current problems.

    If the home does have any serious issues, it is best to get started on repairs as early as possible, or for your client set...

    As a Real Estate Agent, landing the new client is a huge part of the battle.  But once you've brought on the new client, helping them get the best money for their property is the hard part.  Work with your clients to address any serious issues early on so you can have a smooth sale later.  

    What Are You Looking to Get For Your Home?

    The opposite of budget planning for buying a home, selling a home can be just as stressful of a financial experience.  When you ask this question, expect your client to have an idea of what they are going to get from sites like Zillow or Trulia, and they will be certain to think they are an expert in their neighborhood.

    Pricing a home is all about setting expectations and working together for a great outcome.  If the hoe sells for more, both you and the client win, so you have a shared desire to reach the highest price possible.  However, you don't want price the house outside of the market and never get any offers.

    Does the Home Have Any Structural Damage?

    Serious home problems like foundation trouble, bad plumbing, and poor wiring can kill a great sale at inspection time, so be sure to go through the entire home and ask you client about past and current problems.

    If the home does have any serious issues, it is best to get started on repairs as early as possible, or for your client set...

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  • 4 Benefits of Selling Your House to a Cash Buyer 4 Benefits of Selling Your House to a Cash Buyer

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    4 Benefits of Selling Your House to a Cash Buyer



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  • The Truth About Flipping Houses The Truth About Flipping Houses

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    The Truth About Flipping Houses

    Not like TV

    Just a little tip. Television makes everything so easy and perfect. It actually is a very long, and difficult process. If you do not know what you are doing or if you aren't on top of every detail, every aspect of the way, then it can lead to a huge disaster.

    Personal Fulfillment

    Flipping houses is something that is extremely fulfilling. It is not like a normal job where you just do the same task every day for the same salary. This is not a job at all, it is a lifestyle. Every day when you wake up you have to be focused and ready for new tasks, adventures, and opportunities. 

    There are hundreds of moving parts so there is something always bound to go wrong, or something unexpected to happen whether it is good or bad. You always have to be prepared. Overcoming all of these tasks gives you constant fulfillment every day. It gives you a sense of pride to know that you are overcoming these obstacles day by day.

    Some of your tasks include finding properties, getting funds together, marketing your services, actually doing the work for the house or scheduling your crews, and selling the home. 

    Improve Neighborhoods

    Not only are you improving a house but you are also rejuvenating the neighborhood. Driving up the price of the house drives up the price of the overall neighborhood. This is good for anyone in the neighborhood who plans on selling their house.

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    Not like TV

    Just a little tip. Television makes everything so easy and perfect. It actually is a very long, and difficult process. If you do not know what you are doing or if you aren't on top of every detail, every aspect of the way, then it can lead to a huge disaster.

    Personal Fulfillment

    Flipping houses is something that is extremely fulfilling. It is not like a normal job where you just do the same task every day for the same salary. This is not a job at all, it is a lifestyle. Every day when you wake up you have to be focused and ready for new tasks, adventures, and opportunities. 

    There are hundreds of moving parts so there is something always bound to go wrong, or something unexpected to happen whether it is good or bad. You always have to be prepared. Overcoming all of these tasks gives you constant fulfillment every day. It gives you a sense of pride to know that you are overcoming these obstacles day by day.

    Some of your tasks include finding properties, getting funds together, marketing your services, actually doing the work for the house or scheduling your crews, and selling the home. 

    Improve Neighborhoods

    Not only are you improving a house but you are also rejuvenating the neighborhood. Driving up the price of the house drives up the price of the overall neighborhood. This is good for anyone in the neighborhood who plans on selling their house.

    ...

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