Category: Real Estate Industry

Homebuyer’s Remorse: 6 Ways to Prevent Unhappy Campers

Homebuyer’s Remorse: 6 Ways to Prevent Unhappy Campers

Being human often means being indecisive, especially about big purchases like a house. Here are 6 ways to help clients stay focused By John Giffen Published via Inman.com on July 22, 2019 I have seen several transactions fall apart right after the contract has been bound as well as at the last minute because the …

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Seven No-brainers for Keeping it Civil Online

Seven No-brainers for Keeping it Civil Online

Creating fire on social media might just cause irreparable damage Originally published on Inman News on June 20, 2019 Social media has grown over the years to play an integral role in real estate agents’ business lives: It’s become a primary advertising tool for listings, as well as for promoting an agent’s business. Facebook and Twitter have become essential …

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Don’t Let Those iBuyers Frighten You!

Don’t Let Those iBuyers Frighten You!

There is a little anxiety in the air! Agents in my company are continuing to drop by my office or call me on the phone anxious to discuss the increased presence of a certain type of home buyer popping up in the Nashville and Middle Tennessee real estate market. These buyers are making cash offers …

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The Attack on Buyer Representation

The Attack on Buyer Representation

I am going to get nostalgic for a moment.  When I was young, I loved watching Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and all the other Looney Tunes characters from the golden age of animation.  Looney Tunes is still around on TV, but the shows produced from the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s are far superior …

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The Road Ahead for the Real Estate Professional

The Road Ahead for the Real Estate Professional

You will note in this blog post I discuss real estate commissions.  Any reference I make to sales commission is to illustrate a point or expound on my comments.  Remember, all real estate commissions are negotiable and are determined by the broker and their client in a bilateral agency agreement. In my last blog, I…