Category: Buyers Agent

Personalize Your Offer with a Love Letter

In this tight housing market, many buyers are using personal letters to highlight their enthusiasm for a property and potentially sway sellers to accept their offer over others.

[VIDEO] How to Become a Rockstar Local Expert

With the summer selling season right around the corner, now is the perfect time to polish up your local expert strategy and build your brand!   
Mary Daniels. The Papasan Properties Group and KWYP member – also named the #1 buyer…

Great Home or Great Commute?

It’s no secret that commute time and traffic have both become major factors for home buyersIn many cases, a longer work commute limits where buyers will consider looking. However, homes within buyers’ desired commute length may be out of their budget. If commute length is a top priority for your buyers, here’s how you can help them weigh the pros and cons and ultimately find the home that fits their needs.

Bulletproof Your Transactions

You’ve experienced “it.” Every agent has. The sinking feeling when the deal falls apart before it reaches the closing table. To avoid this, bulletproof your transactions!

How to Build a Multimillion-Dollar Career in Luxury Real Estate

KW associate Francie Little just negotiated her clients’ purchase of the most expensive Austin property ever recorded on the MLS. Little, who is known for her integrity and work ethic, shares how to build a successful luxury real estate career.

How to Build a Multimillion-Dollar Career in Luxury Real Estate

KW associate Francie Little just negotiated her clients’ purchase of the most expensive Austin property ever recorded on the MLS. Little, who is known for her integrity and work ethic, shares how to build a successful luxury real estate career.

The Showing Assistant Model

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Seguing from the previous seller panel, Gary Keller, Keller Williams co-founder and chairman of the board, turned to two agents on the buyer side to focus on one particular point of discussion: the showing assistant model.
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Great Home or Great Commute?

How real estate agents can help their clients weigh the options

It’s no secret that commute time and traffic have both become major factors for home buyers. In many cases, a longer work commute limits where buyers will consider looking. However, homes at optimum price points often require only a slight increase in commute. The key is for real estate agents to help their clients weigh the pros and cons so they make the right decision.  

As a starting point, it’s important to have a discussion with clients about their current commute.