Each of your clients has a different idea of their dream house. For some, it’s a home on the lake in Northeast Ohio. For others, it’s a trendy brownstone in the hustle and bustle of city life in Pittsburgh.
While house preferences will vary, all home shoppers have one thing in common – they are emotionally invested in their quest to find the home of their dreams.
So, as their real estate agent, how do you tap into that emotional connection with each client to find them the home they can’t possibly do without? Continue reading
What if you could give yourself a raise next year?
2021 was a banner year to say the least. Home prices soared, and demand was at an all-time high. Hopefully, you rode that wave to a new career high as well. So, how can you possibly plan to have an even bigger year in 2022?
This blog will highlight a few key things you should think about or develop plans for now (right now) so that when the new year begins, you’ll hit the ground running toward a higher income than ever. Continue reading
You may have had difficulty purchasing a home due to skyrocketing home values in the past 18 months. But help could be coming your way in 2022.
As you know, some homebuyers aren’t keen on purchasing “fixer-upper” properties. They may think renovations take too much time, or they are concerned about financing the improvements.
Did you know there are particular mortgage loans, like the FHA 203k Home Improvement loan, explicitly designed to help your clients afford home improvements while building equity? Understanding how these loans work will allow you to offer an important solution for clients who might be struggling to find the perfect home. Continue reading
You can buy groceries online. You can order food delivery from your phone. You can even monitor your home’s security from anywhere.
While having the capability to handle many transactions or tasks digitally with next to no human interaction is convenient, it also lacks some advantages of having a real person available if and when issues arise. Continue reading