Posts Tagged ‘Short Sales’

Webinar Recap! The Top 10 Issues We Covered

Posted on: April 23rd, 2012 | No Comments

We had a fantastic time learning about short sales with the gracious Lynn Madison. She was a great speaker and had a wealth of knowledge to share. Even if you missed our webinar, it’s not too late to find out about the top 10 ways to close more short sales. We’ve prepared a webinar video just for you.

Take a look at our flyer here for a quick glimpse at the topics we explored last week in top 10 ways to close more short sales.

 

Do you know when to start the seller? How do you prepare a buyer who’s looking at a short sale property? If you don’t know the answers to these tough questions, you can find them in our webinar – it’s 40 minutes of real estate advice gold! If you enjoy it, please pass it along via Twitter and Facebook!

 

 

Short Sales: Tips For Realtors

Posted on: April 12th, 2012 | No Comments

The short sale. It can be a big challenge for realtors to make one of these turn out well for everyone concerned. The fact that a mortgage is involved can put a bad taste in the home owner’s mouth – and that can translate into difficulties during negotiation.

 

Our webinar will give you some in-depth advice on making these tricky sales work, but until then, here are a handful of tips.

 

As a realtor, you need to emphasize how important it is for the seller to show the house to a number of potential buyers. Since a short sale client is most likely still going to be living in their home, they may feel awkward about having home inspectors or others strolling through the residence. Unfortunately, this is par for the course in a short sale. If you prepare clients for their mixed or unpleasant emotions about the situation, it can help things go more smoothly.

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