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RECENT BLOG POSTS
I know many Realtors out there are complaining about the lack of leads or quality of leads. Here are a few things to consider that really changed how I view prospects. -For many consumers, just picking up a phone to call us can be intimidating, respect that.They wouldn't raise their hand if they ...
09/03/2007
Most Realtors are having a hard time navigating the daily market changes, imagine how our clients feel. We all read the news but I'd like to pass on one of the best things my coach has taught me is:Don't be attached to the outcome. Some of the things I've done to improve my business are: I joined...
09/02/2007
For all the agents who are considering selling REO properties or already do here are a few thoughts to consider: I believe that selling REO properties takes resourcefulness and compassion. Often, we agents are the only real person the former owner has any contact with. Many times the former owner...
09/01/2007
Instead of paying for a website, find a Realtor in your area that specializes in foreclosed homes. They often know about properties before they hit the market. My buyer's agent Sarah has a list of investors and buyers she contacts when we know about a new foreclosure before it hits MLS. Make sure...
08/27/2007
My team sells foreclosed homes throughout MA and NH. Purchasing homes this way can be a different experience for buyers. There are a few things you should know:- Many homes were not winterized when the previous owners left and may have burst pipes and heating systems that were damaged. Often you ...
08/25/2007
When purchasing a foreclosure you may have a later closing date than you expected. In many states the foreclosure deed may have not been recorded and it could take 45-60 days to close.Be flexible with your timeframe. Even if the bank has given you a closing date, they still usually have 30 days a...
08/24/2007
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