Tag: buyer representation

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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Don’t Let Those iBuyers Scare You!

Don’t Let Those iBuyers Scare You!

There is Enough Business for Everyone Agents in my company are continuing to poke their head in my office or call me on the telephone anxious to discuss the increased presence of iBuyers in our market here in Nashville and Middle Tennessee.  Many of the agents who speak with me are still somewhat confused or …

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How Buyer’s Agents Must Adapt to Survive

How Buyer’s Agents Must Adapt to Survive

We need to be better at explaining and demonstrating our value as agents to homebuyers if we want to thrive in the future. By John Giffen Published via Inman News on June 25, 2019 Technology is changing how our industry works, and though I think our relationship is likely to change, I don’t think it should be severed. A …

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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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