What to ask your Realtor…
The Process of selling your home…
As you well know the process of selling and purchasing a new home is a STRESSFUL experience, I understand that marketing and selling a unique home like yours requires specific steps that are necessary to position your home in the best light to sell and maximize your ROI (return on investment) on your home. Here is the best way I know how…
- MORE SHOWINGS MEAN BIGGER PROFITS – It is a simple fact. Bluntly stated, we want buyers making emotional-decisions, not logical decisions. The more traffic we can generate, meaning more showings, the higher the likelihood of finding that person who doesn’t just like your home, but LOVES it. her the likelihood of finding that person who doesn’t just like your home, but LOVES it. This is why it’s important your home tells a story. And captivates potential buyers before they arrive in person. This is the secret to more showings and higher profits. Here’s how we do that: Since 92% of homebuyers begin their search online for a new home—photos—what people see about your home—can make or break your success.
Tips for selling your home in the winter
Chances of selling a house in winter
Reasons to sell your home in the winter
If you are planning to sell your home next spring, why not get a jumpstart during the fall /winter season so you have more time and less stress while preparing? An added plus is that your home could potentially be ready to list in time for the early spring selling season at the end of January when the market is less crowded. It’s a win-win! Here’s our go-to list of what sellers should be doing now to ensure for a successful sale next spring.
Benefits of Using A Professional Photographer
Why Use Professional Real Estate Photography
Professional Real Estate Photography Sells Homes 32% Faster
Google Loves Professional Pictures When Selling Home
Today on the podcast we have some great information to share with you if you will be selling your home in the near future. Curtis Staiger, Professional Real Estate Photographer, shares with us the Benefits of Photography In Selling Real Estate With Curtis Staiger. It is important not to cut corners and how a professional real estate photographer finalizes the hard work done by a seller. A professional real estate photographer sells home 32% faster and plays an important role as an important team member that helps position the home to get the highest return on the seller’s investment. As you listen to the show, we share with you that since 92% of homebuyers begin their search online for new home photos what people see about your home can make or break your success. This is why we hire THE BEST photographer in town, the award-winning Curtis Staiger. What he can do with a camera is incredible.
I’m always thrilled when I see other agents out taking their own pictures, with their cheap cameras and poor lighting of the competing homes in a neighborhood. The end result, it’s like watching a 1950’s black and white TV versus today’s color TV in crystal clear stunning High Definition. There’s NO comparison. And it’s not just the camera and the lighting, what Curtis does with these photos once he picks out the best 25 or 30 best photos that tell your home’s story.
What If? – If There Was A Different Way To Sell Real Estate
What If? – Real Estate Agents Is Not Educating You Correctly
What If? – Everything You Were Told About Selling Real Estate Was Wrong…
I have seen the traditional real estate approach disappoint (and frustrate) many Chicago Land homeowners. This is why I’ve studied for the past 10 years the way current Realtors educate the seller. Selling Real Estate is totally wrong on how the Realtor educates the seller on selling their home. There has to be a better way… We believe you should know the right way to sell your home.
Homeowners who, in general, distrust real estate agents to tell them the truth. My team talks about the importance of eliminating Real Estate Greed, and why it’s absolutely necessary to do so for the sale of your home. Homeowners thinking of selling in 3-6 months. We will prepare your home to get your home ready to sell that must be completed prior to putting your home on the market. If you have a close friend or a family member who you know is thinking of selling their home, we believe they will find value in meeting with us to discuss the proper way to sell their home and the way a buyer looks at a home when ready to purchase.
If you dislike and find “sales pitches” and “listing presentations” given by real estate agents to be obnoxious and annoying, we can help. You should request a Free Diagnosis of your home by emailing David at email@example.com or call or text at (847) 780-7430. The Free Diagnosis takes about 30-45 minutes of your time for Theresa Lobraco, certified home stager/interior designer, and David Rigney to met with the sellers on what a current buyer is looking for in today’s market.
Asked 1,000 real estate agents to rate the top three mistakes made by home sellers.
The other results include, 21% “unwilling to negotiate,” 20% “Won’t make repairs,” and 28% said, “unpleasant odors,” presumably pet odors. In other words, according to the 1,000 real estate agents asked, “It’s all your fault,” you—being the home seller. The client.
My question is if agents know these are the mistakes that home sellers make, why do they not step in and instruct clients of ways to avoid these mistakes? And second, if they refuse, why does the agent accept that homeowner as a client? I mean, isn’t that the whole purpose of retaining a real estate agent, in the first place, to make use of his experience and expertise? Why would any agent work with someone who ignores their best advice?
I was watching an episode of Botched the other day on the E! Network, a TV series about two plastic surgeons, Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif, that fix the cosmetic surgery blunders of other plastic surgeons.
To start, each new prospective patient undergoes a rigorous consultation. This is where the investigative work is done. After the consultation, if the two surgeons don’t agree that they can help the patient, or…if they get the impression that the patient isn’t going to follow their strict instructions when it comes to recovery and post-op procedures, they refuse acceptance of that patient as a client.
Here is something I have learned about those at the top of their respective field. The true professional values his reputation more than anything else—even money or fame, or any kind of award or peer recognition. If the Botched plastic surgeons accepted a patient, as a client, that they knew was going to be worse off, because they couldn’t help them, or end up with a horrible result, because they refused to follow post-op instructions—ultimately, who does it reflect poorly on? The doctor or the patient? Of course, it tarnishes the reputation of the cosmetic surgeon. After all, he is the Authority and supposed voice of reason. And when asked, “Who did your surgery?” The patient is going to say what? “Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif.” You got it. That’s exactly what they’re going to say.
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