We bring back our second most listened to episode. First aired on Jan 5, 2016. In this episode, we share the top 10 things your real estate agent might be afraid to tell you and the real truth behind each.
In this episode, we discuss some of the pitfalls home sellers run into when they decide on a listing price for their home. From overvaluing personal memories to overpricing for negotiation, these are some of the things you can do if you want your house to stay on the market instead of selling.
In today’s episode, we discuss what goes on in our brains when we have a hot seller’s market like we do in Colorado. Are sellers greedy? Are buyers overpaying? Why do we get hot and cold markets in real estate anyway? Hope you enjoy!
In today’s episode, we walk through some things to consider when you are making a long distance move to a new area. What additional concerns come with these types of moves and what unique things should you consider?
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Mike’s fancy article (targeted towards businesses): www.cobizmag.com/Trends/Getting-your-employees-from-there-to-here/
In this episode, we discuss the pros and cons of having an open house when you are trying to sell your house and talk about what we do with our listings.
In this episode, we talk about the different ways real estate agents get paid, who pays them, and some generalized numbers.
In this episode, we walk through the best and worst five home improvement projects for resale when it comes to return on investment.
In this episode, we talk about representation agreements, otherwise known as those contracts that agents want you to sign before they work with you. Should you sign them? What should you look out for?
In this episode, we discuss all of the reasons why you should consider using a real estate agent, and some of the reasons you might not!
In this episode, we discussion the different tactics and techniques used by real estate agents to negotiate price and terms of a real estate transactions and give some of our own best practices.