Start using your iPad to carry documents and write contracts with your clients. Don’t waste time going back to the office to write a contract. This short video will teach you how to import documents, edit documents, save & email them, all from your iPad.
Spend more time out of the office generating revenue by working efficiently with your clients.
I just finished reading Made to Stick, why some ideas survive and others die, by Chip & Dan Heath. A good friend of mine, Greg Herder of Hobbs Herder Marketing recommended this book at one of his marketing seminars. The 6 Principles of Sticky Ideas are remembered by and acronym SUCCESs and are covered in less than 300 pages.
We’ve now applied these principles to our Training Classes, Business Meetings, and our office’s day to day conversation. We all have ideas we need to communicate, and if they contain a few of these principles, your chances of them sticking to your audience will increase significantly.
Avoid the mistakes that stop most buyers from capitalizing on the opportunities available today. Economic times have changed. The real estate marketplace has changed and there’s a world of opportunity out there for buyers. But to truly make the most of your investment dollar, you need to know what to expect from the marketplace.
Don’t be fooled by thinking today’s market conditions will allow you to dictate the price and condition on any property you want to purchase. My Special Report will set the record straight and help establish realistic expectations in order to get the best property and the best price. Here a few topics we’ll cover:
- When to buy in order to best capitalize on market conditions
- How to avoid the mistake of waiting for the “perfect price” only to miss out on a great home buying opportunity
- Why some sellers aren’t as desperate as the media makes them out to be
Right now is a great time to buy a home or investment property. Email us your mailing address and we will ship you hard copy of this report today.
30% of our properties have been on the market for 1 YEAR or more. WOW! Are these homeowners realistic about their price? What’s wrong with these properties? To sell your property in a timely manner, you’ve got to be the “Best Value in Your Price Range”. Our local Board of Realtors just released the year to date housing report and here are the simple facts:
January 1, 2012 through October 30, 2012
Average List Price $159,480
Average Sold Price $153,970
Average Days On the Market 168