Help your buyers find a home in a low inventory market.
According to NAR, more than half of buyers said that the hardest part of the home buying process was finding the right home to purchase. Imagine how hard it is to find the right home in an area with low inventory? That’s what many buyers are facing now.
In many areas, buyers are eager to purchase a home. Perhaps they’re sick of renting or they’ve expanded their families and are itching to get out and find a great place to call home. However, if they live in an area with low inventory, they may become frustrated waiting for a home that meets their needs to pop up on the MLS. How can you help these buyers? Here are a few tips: Continue reading
Your buyers are looking to you to provide guidance throughout the home buying process.
According to the 2013 NAR Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, the majority of buyers say that finding the right home for them was the most difficult part of the home buying process. Your buyers look to you to help them find the right home to purchase. Buying a home is a process of elimination not a process of selection—here are three ways to help your buyers find the right home for them. Continue reading
Buyers seek your guidance. Write down what they’re looking for so that you can better serve them.
Do you know what your buyers want? While their end goal may be to become happy homeowners, they need your expertise to help them find what they want. According to the National Association of Realtors’ latest Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, 53% of buyers rely on their agent to help them find the right home. And while they want your help to negotiate a great deal on a home, they also want your insight and knowledge to help them understand the real estate process, point out great features and faults in properties and help them narrow their search. Continue reading