If you are working hard to get your home
ready to sell, this may be a good time to take a break and learn about a few of
the legal issues that await you. The process of selling a home presents you,
the seller, with one legal issue after another that must be addressed and
resolved. If you fail to do so, you could lose a buyer or, even worse, end up
being sued for damages.
That last part about a lawsuit probably
got your attention, but keep in mind that most homeowners get through the
process of selling a home without a lawsuit or disgruntled buyer. It all
depends on taking the time to recognize and fulfill your legal obligations as a
seller while also ensuring that your rights are protected.
Real estate is a general industry with many career
opportunities. As a commercial real estate developer, you may find job
stability and many lucrative opportunities. However, you will need to put in
the time and dedication it takes to reach the top. This brief guide will help
you better understand what it takes to become a real estate developer.
When Realtor® Lynda Brookshire shares her tagline “Live your best life at the Alabama Gulf Coast,” she is thinking beyond real estate and relocating to sandy shores. Along with helping clients find their dream home, she is dedicated to letting the community know that health is wealth. Her friends and family tease that “she is gonna get you a house or get you a kidney…or both.”
Brookshire and her husband, Loyd, moved to Gulf Shores in October 2017. After a series of health challenges that landed Loyd in the hospital multiple times within a span of two years, Brookshire realized it was her mission to increase awareness for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), organ donation, and the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle. She believes sharing their experience can help others give, receive, or maximize the gift of life.
Have you decided to sell your house? If that’s the case, one of the first things you’ll need to do is make sure it’s ready to sell. This means making any necessary repairs and doing a little bit of staging. But don’t forget about one of the most important aspects of selling: marketing your home. Using videos is a great way to do this. In this post, we’ll give you a few tips on how to use videos to sell your house. Keep reading to learn more!
After several years in the corporate world, Executive Angie Wilder decided that traditional office life was not her style. As someone who is highly social and prioritizes relationships, she sought a career that provided both a continuous path forward and fulfillment. Angie jumped into the real estate industry as a marketing specialist but quickly determined that her calling was to help people who were in the middle of making the biggest financial decisions in life: buying and selling homes.
As Realty Executives’ Jeff Ross and Renee Gaun were driving
clients around their well-loved city of Flagstaff, Arizona, they were asked a
Why don’t buyers’ agents show every property displaying a yard
It’s a legitimate question from many prospective buyers, and an
often-unrecognized service provided by the realtor. Read on to learn why a realtor
may skip some homes, and how working with an Executive simplifies your home
Realty Executives Home Towne of Port Huron, Michigan, is pleased to announce that Lisa Glombowski has been honored as the Eastern Thumb Association of Realtors® 2021 Realtor of the Year. This award recognizes the behaviors and attributes that make a real estate professional shine: service to the community and the association, ethical behavior, commitment to bettering the profession, and participation in civic and charitable opportunities. Nominees for the award were submitted by peers in the association. The final selection was made by an anonymous vote by the Board of Directors.
Looking back, Glombowski says she carried an unexplainable attraction to real estate for years before deciding to make a career switch. Despite having multiple people try to dissuade her, she obtained her license in 2013. “I was working at an orthodontist office, my kids were off to college, and I felt that I finally had the time to commit to starting my own business,” she said. “What was the worst that could happen? No matter what, I was going to gain knowledge.”
Realty Executives Sudduth Realty and Auctions, Inc. has been honored as the 2021 Top Auction Firm with the Wichita Business Journal. As a full-service real estate brokerage led by Broker/Owner Mark Sudduth, this Augusta business takes client service to the next level by specializing in traditional sales and real estate auctions. Experiencing explosive growth in the past few years, the firm has become one of the leading auction firms in south central Kansas.
“Contrary to what some may believe, hosting an auction is
not ‘giving away’ a property. In fact, effective marketing allows us to
successfully increase visibility for unique homes, farms, ranches, and
investment properties- properties that are often time incomparable to others in
the area. Although it isn’t appropriate
for every client and property, an auction can be a great option to consider. We
view it as an additional service that our Executives have in their arsenal,”
According to the National Association of REALTORS® 2021 Member Profile, agents in the business for two years or less averaged three transactions in 2020- or roughly $400,000 in sales volume. For most of those agents, their real estate work generated less than $10,000 in income.
Not for Mary Giles of Realty Executives Select Group in Sandusky, Ohio.
Despite a pandemic and inventory shortage, Giles decided to obtain her real estate license in November 2020. Since that time, she has closed 20 homes, has four more under contract, and has closed over $2.5 million in sales volume in an area where home prices average $100,000. To jumpstart real estate careers for other new agents looking to become highly productive, Giles sat down with us to share her story, strategies, and recommendations.