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Encountering a homeowner objection when prospecting is good news — they are still in conversation with you! An objection is a question in the mind of the prospect that remains unanswered.  The objection may be a test to slow you down, check you out, and see how strong you are. The agent who perseveres through…

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We’ve devoted much of this month’s blog content to the value of prospecting For Sale by Owner, FSBOs. We’ve covered: How to ask the right questions when talking to a FSBO prospect Putting together a solid FSBO listing packet Today, we’re going to review the basics of FSBO strategy, from both the perspective of an…

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An important skill to master in real estate, as in life, is dealing with another person’s anger. Angry clients are a fact of life. Sometimes they’re angry for a legitimate reason. Perhaps you were late for a meeting, made a mistake on paperwork or any of myriad things that can go wrong in handling a…

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In this post, we review a few essential strategies to use when prospecting For Sale by Owner (FSBOs). Let’s start with a few facts from the National Association of Realtors: It is estimated that FSBOs account for about 8% of all real estate transactions in the U.S. NAR also estimates that the typical FSBO home…

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FSBO (For Sale By Owner) statistics are probably familiar to you if you’ve been in the real estate business long enough Nearly 9 out of 10 homeowners fail when trying to sell their own home. Wanting to pocket the commission, they go into the process thinking a sign in the front yard is all it…

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