I’m just calling to see if you are open to looking at some local property changes that may impact your market soon. Is that something that may interest you?
Saving sizeable amounts of money in the process. Selling a house entails spending of inordinate amounts of money for advertising and real estate point. This way, the house gets proper exposure to serious buyers. Not everyone has the funds for this though. If you are one of the folks who do not have or simply do not want to spend any more money than what is needed for closing a sale, then this option is definitely for you.
This declaration has been stated by an independent company who recently published a chart of major U.S. cities. The cities were ranked according to mortgage risk in each metro real estate market.
By having your real estate sign out in front of a house you will be able to generate buyer calls that you can sell another home to while you are waiting on your listing to get approved.
By establishing a good rapport and helping potential clients find the information they need, they will come to you when they are ready to make their move.
Get expired listings. If you think about it, they were motivated enough to list their house, but then it didn’t sell. Chances are, they still want to sell it, and may be upset with their agent for not selling it. The number one complaint I have heard from people about their agent is lack of communication. Even if the agent was doing a good job, the seller never knew, and assumed the worse. Start a postcard marketing campaign that talks about your high level of communication. Be sure to hand deliver your first marketing packet THE DAY THE LISTING EXPIRED. Now that is fast communication!
Brookmont is a secluded neighborhood in Bethesda, Md., nestled between MacArthur Boulevard and Clara Barton Parkway. This distinctive community is made up of a particular mix of Washington’s who’s who, including artists, granola-types and outdoor enthusiasts, kayakers in particular. With easy access to the nearby Potomac River, boats are popular backyard fixtures. Brookmont does not get a lot of automobile traffic, so it’s a good area for small children and dog owners. This is a neighborhood filled with actual neighbors, sharing community activities, block parties and parades. Located just across the D.C. line, the commute into the District is a breeze. For many it is the best of all worlds where they can enjoy country living in such close proximity to the big city.