One Tool That May Save Listing Agents’ Business in the Age of COVID-19

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By Lee Davenport

Is your real estate sales business ready for the changes—whether short or long term—that coronavirus is bringing to the real estate industry?

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is urging people to work from home if they can. But articles that discuss what life will be like working remotely don’t get to the heart of what …

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5 Tips to Help Sellers Navigate Multiple Offers

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By Samantha Jones

Autumn is all about embracing change, such as the falling temperatures, pumpkin-spice everything, and shifting markets.

While inventory levels fluctuate around the country, it’s still common to receive multiple offers on listings in many areas. Serving as a trusted resource with proper advice for your sellers is just as important heading towards the holidays than ever.

On …

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Protect Yourself Down the Road with Disclosure

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, communication, ethics, Hazard & Disclosures, Professional Development, Sales & Marketing, Sellers 2 Comments

By Jennifer Klein When in doubt, it’s best to disclose. Protect your sellers’ best interest with this advice: Jennifer Klein is a REALTOR® in Northern California who is experienced in short sales, investments, and property management. Connect with Jen at RosevilleAndRocklin.com, JenKlein.com, and @JenKleinSac.

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Why I Love Being on the Buyer’s Side in a Short Sale

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Buyers, Sales & Marketing, Short Sales & Foreclosures 8 Comments

By TG Gallaudet Wait…I’m totally lying. Is there anything more painful? 🙂 It’s no mystery that short sales can be really tough because of all the variables involved: * Unclear timelines from the bank. * Undisclosed liens. * Back HOA expenses the bank won’t pay. * Non-straightforward buyer. * Inexperienced listing agent. * Cash contributions (increasingly more and more). * …