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2 thoughts on “#013 Father’s Day Episode [Podcast]

  1. I have realized that over the course of creating a relationship with real estate managers, you’ll be able to get them to understand that, in most real estate deal, a fee is paid. In the end, FSBO sellers do not “save” the fee. Rather, they try to earn the commission by simply doing a agent’s work. In completing this task, they shell out their money plus time to execute, as best they can, the obligations of an agent. Those duties include uncovering the home through marketing, presenting the home to all buyers, building a sense of buyer desperation in order to induce an offer, organizing home inspections, controlling qualification assessments with the mortgage lender, supervising fixes, and facilitating the closing.

  2. Thanks for the new things you have disclosed in your article. One thing I’d really like to comment on is that FSBO human relationships are built after a while. By launching yourself to owners the first saturday and sunday their FSBO is usually announced, prior to a masses start out calling on Monday, you build a good link. By mailing them instruments, educational elements, free reports, and forms, you become a strong ally. Through a personal fascination with them plus their scenario, you make a solid link that, in many cases, pays off as soon as the owners opt with a real estate agent they know and also trust – preferably you actually.

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