Your Referrals Help Families Around The World

by qinfokusuma 29. July 2015 08:16

 

TEAM NUVISION CARES!

For every house we sell this year, we are donating a portion of our income to World Harvest. We are on a mission to raise an additional $10,000 to offer more free medical and dental camps. 

Who do you know considering buying or selling a home you could refer to my real estate sales team?

Not only will they benefit from our award winning service, but we donate a substantial portion of our income on every home sale to help families in need.

It's easy to refer your friends, neighbors, associates or family members considering making a move. Simply go to www.TeamNuVisionCares.org
or you can call me direct at 626-789-0159

 

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#1 in SGV: Our team has been ranked #1 in SGV by REMAX LLC.

by qinfokusuma 23. July 2015 09:37

 

 

TEAM NUVISION Among Nation’s

Top Real Estate Team

         

San Gabriel Valley, CA July 22, 2015–  TEAM NUVISION is among the most productive and names as  “Top 100 U.S. Real Estate Team” according to RE/MAX LLC data for production January – May 2015.  

 

Of the 100 top real estate sales team across the United States, TEAM NUVISION is ranked as #1 in San Gabriel Valley; #3 in the entire state of California; #21 in the U.S. among over 100,000 real estate agents in RE/MAX network.

 

“A customer first philosophy has always been a number one priority for TEAM NUVISION,” said Rudy L. Kusuma, Team Leader and in-house business coach of RE/MAX Titanium. “And when your buyers and sellers are provided a good experience, they happily refer our services to their friends and family. In the world of real estate, a referral is the greatest compliment.”

 

 

RE/MAX is the most productive real estate network with its Associates averaging more sales than other real estate agents. Remax.com is one of the most visited real estate franchise websites (Source: Experian Marketing Services Hitwise data, full-year 2013. 'Real Estate Franchise websites' identified by RE/MAX.). RE/MAX is in over 95 countries, more than any of its competitors.

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An excerpt from my forthcoming book "The Soul of Success"

by qinfokusuma 29. May 2015 21:42

 

rudy lira kusuma, jack canfield, soul of success

 

In the forthcoming book that I co-author with Jack Canfield, "The Soul of Success", I shared how a Real Estate Sales Team Benefits Consumers. When the consumers buy or sell homes with my team, they automatically benefit from the most unique and powerful homeselling system that not only has been engineered... but more importantly, PROVEN... to give them better service and results. It is important for consumers to understand how different my system is from the way most real estate agents operate because this difference is responsible for the tremendous success my clients have when using my system to buy or sell a home.

I explained that when they sell their home with my team, it is far more likely to sell, and far more likely to sell for more money... the two benefits that typically matter most to most homeowners. I showed buyers how they can easily find the home of their dreams with the least amount of effort and the meast amount of money. This results can be traced directly to my team system, and here's how I explained it to them.

I have modeled my business after other successful business outside of real estate such as lawyers, accountants, doctors, etc. Instead of operating as a one-man show as most real estate agents do, I have hired a whole team of professionals who specifically trained to zero in on different aspects of the homeselling process.

Let's use a doctor as an example. If you're booked for surgery, your doctor DOESN'T call you up to make the booking, his or her receptionist does this. Your doctor DOESN'T greet you at the admissions department, or help you fill out the admission forms, or prep you for the surgery, or wheel you into the surgery. He or she DOESN'T administer the anesthetic, or wash the surginal instruments, or dig through the instruments to select the one he or she wants. What your doctor DOES do is perform the actual surgery, and he or she does so with (hopefully) skill and undivided attention.

So, how does the notion of specialization translate itself to real estate? Well, I had a customer service manager who was solely dedicated to following up with agents who had shown my clients’ homes in order to gather feedback about what potential buyers were saying about their home. This is very important information for both the listing agent, and the homeseller to know, and a detailed verbal report was given to each of my homesellers every week.

I also have a marketing department which specializes in putting together the most extensive and aggressive marketing plan for my clients’ homes.

My team of buyers’ agents are all responsible for finding buyers for our VIP home sellers clients' home. My clients find it easy to understand how this manpower significantly outweighs what they could find with a single agent.

 

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I also found that some brokerages in my marketplace played a smoke and mirrors game with the word “team”. Specifically, they advertised pictures of all agents in the brokerage and pitched this as their “team”. Clearly, they were using the word “team” where it didn’t really exist. In reality, they had lots of agents who all worked independently of each other…NOT as a true team. They didn’t work together with a group focus on each individual client’s home the way my team system did.

When a prospect challenged my point that my team system is unique and would throw up one of these brokerage “team” ads, I helped them understand the difference by drawing an analogy to a sports team. Take baseball, for example. When a baseball team is in the outfield, each team member covers a specific responsibility. One team member pitches, another covers first base, still others take responsibility for the infield and the outfield, etc. By narrowing the focus of each individual team member, and allowing them to specialize in a specific position, when put together as a group, the team has all bases covered (no pun intended.)

If this division of responsibilities didn’t occur, the team would be far less effective. If, for example, all players covered first base, there would be many areas of the field exposed, making it very easy for the opposing team to run home again and again. This, I explain, is what it’s like in these other so called, “teams”…only worse. In the case of these other companies, all players are trying to play all positions at the same time. Every single agent is trying to be all things to each of their clients. There is no cooperative effort between them. You could hardly call this a team. It’s more like a herd…a herd of sheep, all blindly following the rules that someone made up when real estate began 120 years ago.

With my true team approach, our organized efforts meant that there would NEVER be any gaps on the “playing field”. As a result, my clients never had to worry about whether I took a weekend off (the way they would if they listed with a single agent). Our team coverage was so well organized and effective that my team provided 24-hour, 7-day a week marketing and back-up for their home. There was always someone knowledgeable, competent and experienced handling all inquiries on their home because all the knowledge didn’t reside with just one team member. Instead, a team of 5 or 6 was assigned to each new listing (each responsible for a different part of the puzzle), and with this manpower, we marketed their home in innovative ways that most agents couldn’t.

Because each of my Team members was responsible for a list of very specific tasks that occurred during each client’s transaction, there was never a question of something getting forgotten in the buying or selling process. Everyone was well aware of what jobs they were responsible for, what order they were to be done in and what the desired outcome was for each client
 

Ho! Ho! Ho!

by qinfokusuma 30. November 2014 14:30

December 2014 rudy lira kusuma real estate broker san gabriel valley market newsletter

December rings in one of the most joyful times of the year. The current year coming to a close, celebration of Christmas and other Holiday Celebrations, all mean different things to different people, but most always represent Joy. If you look around, you will notice a giving spirit exists unlike at other times of the year.

Unfortunately many home owners wanting to really enjoy this Holiday season are less than enthusiastic because they feel trapped. They are desperate to exit their current home and give themselves a big Christmas Gift - a NEW place to call home.

Here’s where you and I can HELP! As a result of working with over 1,000 families, we have developed a special program to quickly get an acceptable "cash" offer on any home for market value. So we are giving Home Owners wanting to make a move a very special gift this holiday season.

For the month of December, we will guarantee, in writing, the sell of an area home in 30 days at a price acceptable to the home owner. In the event there is no sell, we’ll pay the homeowner $3,500.* *Me and the homeowner just need to agree on price. We do that starting with a simple, FREE consultation.

This is where you can help!

If you or anyone you know is considering making a move, we would like to offer them a FREE, No Obligation to Sell for Top Dollar Consultation. On this call, we’ll discuss just how they can make their move, get what they want and do it with the least hassle. AND while we are on the phone, I will instantly send over a FREE Special Report titled “Costly Home Seller Mistakes to Avoid When Selling During the Holiday Season”.

Just like we are thankful for you and your business, I am confident your referrals will be thanking you for steering them in the right direction on getting their home sold!!!

*A GREAT Guarantee: Sold in 30 Days or I pay a $3,500.00 Cash Penalty!
*A FREE Consultation to Discuss What Price can Be Expected.
*A FREE Special Report that details Mistakes to Avoid When Selling in Today’s Market.

AND remember, YOUR referrals help…

For every house we sell this year, we are donating a portion of our income to The Children's Hospital in Los Angeles.

We are on a mission to raise $25,000 for Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles. Children's Miracle Network Hospitals in Los Angeles treat millions of children each year for every disease and condition imaginable! All services are made possible through generous donors, volunteers and a dedicated staff.

 

So again, Your Referrals Help Give HOPE to the Kids at the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles…

Who do you know considering buying or selling a home you could refer to my real estate sales team? Not only will they benefit from our award winning service, but we donate a substantial portion of our income on every home sale to the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles.

It’s easy to refer your friends, neighbors, associates or family members considering making a move. Simply go to www.TeamNuVisionCares.org or call me direct at 626-780-2221

Over the last eight years of helping thousands of families sell their home and/or buy another, we have met some wonderful, loving, caring people. People like you! So your referrals, those you know considering a move, that we help – you can rest assured that not only will they get the award winning service we are known for and the guarantee to back it up, but that a solid portion of the income we receive from the transaction will go toward a very worthy cause (Kids and families in Dire Need!).

It’s easy to refer your friends, neighbors, associates or family members considering making a move. Simply go to www.TeamNuVisionCares.org --- Of course you can always call me direct as well at 626-780-2221

I hope you and your loved ones have an extra special Holiday Season filled with much joy and happiness.


With all my appreciation,

Rudy L. Kusuma
California Real Estate Broker Lic 01820322

P.S. Remember we love honoring our past clients like you. Read all about that at www.TeamNuVisionCares.org

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A Snapshot of Mortgages

by qinfokusuma 25. November 2014 12:26

How to Secure Super-Low Downpayment Loans Before You Start Shopping for a Home. Free Report reveals fool proof plan to get best financing rates. Free recorded message 1-888-300-4632, enter ID# 1020

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When was the last time you reevaluated your home equity?

by qinfokusuma 2. November 2014 14:13

Home prices and equities are up November 2014 real estate market


Due to the crash in the SoCal real estate market, many San Gabriel Valley homeowners have been afraid to evaluate the equity in their home. While most homeowners check on their other investments regularly, such as stocks and retirement accounts; most do not regularly assess their biggest asset…their home.

san gabriel valley home prices back to 2015 home prices

Just as other investments, it is important to regularly check the equity in your home. Starting in 2012 the SoCal and San Gabriel valley housing market rebounded significantly. Home prices have risen faster than anyone predicted. In fact, in 2013 more than 3 million homeowners regained the equity in their home. Due to the real estate market taking a U-turn, now is the time to re-evaluate the equity in your home. No matter what your home equity has been in recent years; chances are it has drastically changed in your favor.

case shiller home price index

There are many factors in the real estate market that have changed to the homeowners benefit:

1. Fewer Distressed Properties in the Market

2. More People Looking to Buy Homes

3. Not Enough Homes to Meet Demand

san gabriel valley home prices in 2015

Ultimately, these factors have driven up the home prices in SoCal and San Gabriel Valley. As home prices continue to increase, more and more homeowners are regaining equity in their homes. However, many homeowners are unaware of just how much things have improved. San Gabriel Valley homeowners are still shell-shocked after years of struggle in the housing market. This is why it is critical that homeowners reconnect with their local real estate expert to re-evaluate the equity in their home.

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When was the last time you reevaluated your home equity?

Home values and equities are up! Find out what homes down the street sold for! Free computerized list with maps and pictures of most recent sales in your neighborhood - www.MyAreaHomeSalesReport.com

Free recorded message (Talk to no one! You can call any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week) 1-888-300-4632, enter ID# 1041

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GIVE BACK HOMES Program

by qinfokusuma 18. July 2014 09:54

rudy lira kusuma give back homes

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Your Home Sold Guaranteed or I'll Buy it Cash [INFOGRAPHIC]

by qinfokusuma 4. July 2014 06:11

top realtor rudy lira kusuma sold more homes for more money in less time

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Moving Up? Do it Now!

by qinfokusuma 3. June 2014 07:50

 

A recent study revealed that the number of existing home owners planning to buy a home this year is about to increase dramatically. Some are moving up, some are downsizing and others are making a lateral move. Another study shows that over 75% of these buyers will, in fact, be in that first category: a move-up buyer. We want to address this group of buyers in today’s blog post.

There is no way for us to predict the future but we can look at what happened over the last year. Let’s look at buyers that considered moving up last year but decided to wait instead.

Assume they had a home worth $300,000 and were looking at a home for $450,000 (putting 10% down they would get a mortgage of $405,000). By waiting, their house appreciated by approximately 10% over the last year (based on the Case Shiller Pricing Index). Their home could now sell for $330,000. That would mean an additional $30,000 in equity assuming they didn’t incur any expenses in selling the home.

But, the $450,000 home would now be worth $495,000. Adding the original 10% down payment ($45,000) to the additional equity ($30,000), they would now have a $75,000 down payment. That would still need a mortgage of $425,000.

Here is a table showing what additional monthly cost would be incurred by waiting:

 

According to the Home Price Expectation Survey, home prices are projected to appreciate by approximately 6% over the next eighteen months. Interest rates are also expected to rise by as much as another full percentage point in that same time period according to FreddieMac. If your family plans to move-up to a nicer or bigger home, it may make sense to move now rather than later.



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California Water Crisis

by qinfokusuma 29. March 2014 09:48

California Senate Bill 407: By January 1, 2017, all residential properties in California that were built prior to 1994 will be required to retrofit with toilet that use no more than 1.6 gallons per flush, shower heads with flow rates of no more than 2.5 gallons per minute, and other interior fixtures that use less than 2.2 gallons of water per minute.

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