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

by qinfokusuma 29. May 2015 21:42

 

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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
 

Move Up to Any One of My Listings and I'll Buy Your Home for CASH

by qinfokusuma 1. July 2014 15:14

Your Home May Already Be Sold!

by qinfokusuma 5. June 2014 16:48

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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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Local Agent Buys Homes for Cash

by qinfokusuma 1. May 2014 13:37

San Gabriel Valley, CA - Every month, thousands of homeowners are faced with the stressful dilemma of whether to buy first or sell first. You see, if you buy before selling, you could run the risk of owning two homes. Or, just as bad, if you sell first, you could end up homeless. It's what insiders in the industry call the Real Estate Catch 22, and it's an extremely anxious position to find yourself in.

This financial and emotional tightrope is one you usually have to walk alone because most agents have no way of helping you with this predicament. But one local realtor is using a unique Guaranteed Sale Program which solves this dilemma. This program guarantees the sale of your present home before you take possession of your new one. If your home doesn't sell in 120 days, they will buy it from you themselves for the previously agreed price ensuring that you never get caught in the Real Estate Catch 22. Before you hire any professional, you should research the market to find out who can do the best job for you. When interviewing agents, find out what kind of guarantee they are willing to give you with respect to the selling of your home. Unfortunately, you'll find that most agents simply cannot make such a guarantee.

To help you learn more about this program and how it can make your move less stressful, a FREE special report has been prepared entitled "How to Avoid Getting Stuck with Two Homes".

To order a FREE Special Report, visit www.Catch22Report.com  or to hear a brief recorded message about how to order your FREE copy of this report call toll-free 1-888-300-4632 and enter 1022. You can call any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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