Deciding to move is already an emotional process, but throw in the fact that you’re considering downsizing and it’s likely to add an extra element of anxiety to the mix. But considering we’re living larger in the U.S. by an upwards of approximately 1,000 square-feet since 1973 — and space per person has doubled — you’ve got to ask yourself, how much space do you really need? There are several benefits that come with moving into a smaller abode, and once you become privy to them, you won’t even think twice about packing those boxes. (more…)
In real estate, you will frequently come across a real estate client who has a completely false idea of what their property is worth.
On the one hand, you may have a client who seriously underestimates their property, and you get to be the one to tell them the good news. However, much more often it’s the opposite: real estate clients who think their property is worth more than it is.
Tenacity–old-fashioned sitck-to-it-ness–is a great character trait in all areas of life. If you want excellent real estate results, whether you are a Real Estate Buyer, Seller or Real Estate Professional, you must have tenacity.
At a real estate conference this past fall, many San Francisco real estate developers discussed the urgent need for more housing to meet the skyrocketing demand In the past year, there had been a whooping 69,000 new jobs and only approximately 700 new housing units. A surplus of buyers such as this creates a “Sellers’ Market” where each property will get many offers. (more…)
Whether it is real estate or life there is a systematic formula for success.
But most people do not take the time to analyze what creates best results. When I teach real estate sales training I have learned that most of my students are quite clear what they don’t want, but not so clear what they do want.