A realtor is always excited when they get a seller lead! This is a potential listing he/she wants to secure. When researching, compiling and putting together a listing presentation a realtor should not forget the estimated net seller sheet. As important as CMAs, Photographs, Realtor’s History, Staging and more, so is an estimated net seller sheet. It shows sellers an estimate of closing costs but more importantly what the seller is estimated to receive cash in hand.
Title is a bundle of legal rights evidencing ownership to real property (home, business, investment property, etc), including right of possession; right of use and enjoyment; right to control the property within boundaries of law, right of exclusion, and right of disposition, among others. The term is also used to refer to instruments (deeds by which such right of ownership is established). - National Title Insurance Academy
Beautiful homes, lakes, landscaping, modern kitchens, hi-tech option, schools, and entertainment are always the talk of the town! When you are looking to buy the perfect home you want the search to be quick likewise when you list your home you want a buyer quick! When the magic happens there is an offer and acceptance jubilation begins! You think what could possibly go wrong?
After you pass your real estate licensing exam, the excitement to work with your first client will be tangible. Your sitting at your desk and the phone rings, a buyer is on the line! Even better, you know of a home that fits all of their desires. Two days later, you are standing with your new clients in the kitchen of what you believe to be their dream home.
You started a company and you’ve been running a one person show. Success hasn’t been easy and the company is finally ready to grow. Before you start hiring there are some things you need to know to be a successful manager. Here are some tips to ensure a well ran ship.