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Sept. 23, 2022

LAS VEGAS MILLION DOLLAR HOMESFOR SALE | “7 Things to Look for In An Investment Property For the First Time”

Home sellers have lots of options when is time to sell their properties, however there is no magic formula that will guarantee in achieving the best and highest price possible for their homes. This is why I like to partner with my clients to guide them through the complexities of selling their homes. I assembled a team of true professionals with experience, dedication and strong communication skills to help ensure a successful and profitable sale of your home. 

 

Today, we'll talk about “7 Things to Look for In An Investment Property For the First Time”

 

 

The best time to start investing in real estate is when you are young.

 

The second the best time is now! 

 

Investing in real estate is an option that should be considered at all stages of your life. You do not need to wait until you are in a certain financial position before you start investing.

 

On this post, I want to encourage you to study the world of investing in real estate. Specifically, investing money to buy properties for cash flow. Meaning that you could purchase a property, rent it to someone, have enough money to pay the mortgage, taxes and insurance with the rent…PLUS have some monthly cash flow as additional income, coming to you month after month!

 

Why Rental Properties?

 

Rental homes have many advantages to help you grow financially

The benefits come from the potential for higher returns and appreciation growth.

 

Searching for cash flow properties means that it will make the investment more profitable and attractive.

 

The most common purchase for someone staring out with their first property, is to look for potential properties in the surrounding areas where you live.  

 

“7 Things to Look for In An Investment Property For the First Time”

 

1.       An Enticing Location that is easy to access from where you live.

 

2.       Analyzing the property with a real estate agent who understand the numbers that will make sense if a property is the right purchase for you or not.

 

3.       Low Maintenance is a must. You do not want a fixer upper for a first property. The time that it takes to complete these types of projects will be detrimental to your investment strategy as a first-time investor

 

4.       The potential of appreciation should always be considered into your analysis whether a property if a good investment or not?

 

5.       Vacancy rates is another area where your real estate agent should be able to help you. You want to know if your property has a high demand in the local area.

 

6.       Who will handle basic repairs? Another question to ask and prepare for.

 

7.       Should you seek finance or invest your own money? There is a saying in the real estate world. “The best way to buy real estate is with OPM”  (Other People’s Money)

 

 

Many people have a vague idea about stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other investments and risk their money anyway. They go ahead and pour their 401k’s into investments that have no tangible assets.

 

 

Real estate is a completely different approach. You invest and have and have possession of a physical asset that you can see, touch and in some cases live in it!

 

If you are interested in investing in rental properties, you can get help from your real estate professional. That should be a first step.

 

The real estate market has changed in the last few years. Many people have opinions based on history and experiences.…is it time to start looking at investing in real estate from a fresh perspective? 

 

Having an active and profitable investment portfolio starts with this first step

 

I’m looking forward to talking to you and looking at the present opportunities that exist in our local area.

 

Give me a call, there is no obligation from your part

 

I love to help!

 

Always consult with your real estate agent about your home inspection results and the options you have inside the sales contract that you've signed. 

 

To purchase your dream home or a great foreclosure property, is about being educated, thorough and patient with the process. The most important aspect of finding the perfect home is working with a real estate agent who is highly skilled in negotiation and understanding of your expectations!  

 

For more information or assistance to help you find a home in the Las Vegas and Henderson area please call us at 702–845–8540

Posted in Las Vegas
Sept. 16, 2022

LAS VEGAS MILLION DOLLAR HOMESFOR SALE | Low Credit Score? : How to “Fix” Your Credit Yourself

Home sellers have lots of options when is time to sell their properties, however there is no magic formula that will guarantee in achieving the best and highest price possible for their homes. This is why I like to partner with my clients to guide them through the complexities of selling their homes. I assembled a team of true professionals with experience, dedication and strong communication skills to help ensure a successful and profitable sale of your home. 

 

Today, we'll talk about Low Credit Score? : How to “Fix” Your Credit Yourself

 

 

Did you know that credit repair services can't do anything legal when it comes to repairing your credit? They are basically just looking to remove incorrect information from your credit file and that's about it.

Sometimes, a credit repair company could cost you thousands of dollars. This article will show you how you can act on your own behalf to help yourself. 

 

Once you've pulled your credit and see all the negative items, 

Did you know that you can negotiate a payment with creditors if you have negative items on your credit report? 

It is possible to negotiate a removal of a negative item from your credit report. If it is a simple one time late payment, a creditor will often remove it to keep you as a loyal customer. It is all about connecting with them directly and making sure they know you care enough to call and get the problem solved. 

 

One of the best advice I heard from a credit repair expert was: 

"Do not pay off a bill that has gone to collections unless the creditor agrees in writing that they will remove the derogatory item from your credit report. Also: never admit that the debt gone into collections is actually yours. Admission of debt can restart the statute of limitations and may enable the creditor to sue you. Admission also hurts your negotiating power. Simply say “I’m calling about account number ___________” instead of “I’m calling about my past due debt.”

 

Pay all credit cards and any revolving credit down to below 30% of the available credit line. The scoring system wants to make sure you aren’t overextended, but at the same time, they want to see that you do indeed use your credit. 30% of your available credit line  

For example; if you have a credit card with a $1,000 credit line, make sure that your balance is never more than $300 (even if you pay your account off in full each month). By keeping your credit cards this way, it will allow you to ask your long-time creditors if they will raise your credit line without checking your FICO score or your credit report. You can tell them that you’re shopping for a house, and you can’t afford to have any hits on your credit report. 

This will help you raise your credit score in no time.

 

Remember, do not close your old credit card accounts. Old established accounts show your history and let future creditors know about your stability and good payment habits. 

Cut up the cards if you don’t want to use them, but keep the accounts open. This is a mistake a lot of people make. 

 

The credit score is the most important factor in determining whether a person will be approved or denied for a mortgage loan. In order to get a loan, you must first be prepared, consult with your real estate agent first and get the right bank/lender to apply for one. 

 

Always consult with your real estate agent about your home inspection results and the options you have inside the sales contract that you've signed. 

 

To purchase your dream home or a great foreclosure property, is about being educated, thorough and patient with the process. The most important aspect of finding the perfect home is working with a real estate agent who is highly skilled in negotiation and understanding of your expectations!  

 

For more information or assistance to help you find a home in the Las Vegas and Henderson area please call us at 702–845–8540

Posted in Las Vegas
Sept. 9, 2022

LAS VEGAS MILLION DOLLAR HOMESFOR SALE | 5 Reasons Why Winter is Positively the Best Time to Buy a Home

Home sellers have lots of options when is time to sell their properties, however there is no magic formula that will guarantee in achieving the best and highest price possible for their homes. This is why I like to partner with my clients to guide them through the complexities of selling their homes. I assembled a team of true professionals with experience, dedication and strong communication skills to help ensure a successful and profitable sale of your home. 

 

 

Today, we'll talk about 5 Reasons Why Winter is Positively the Best Time to Buy a Home

 

 

1. There are fewer competitors

Most people are not willing to look at homes in sub-zero temperatures. During the summer months, which make up 40% of all existing-home sales, the months of May, June, July, and August account for nearly half of all existing-home sales.

 

For sellers, this is great news. But for buyers, you should rejoice.

 

“Buying in the winter is a good time to buy a home, as the competition is less, allowing you to be a bit more selective.

 

2. Sellers are motivated, and will bargain.

Sellers who are listing their homes in the depths of winter are looking to sell. This gives buyers an advantage, as they know that they have the upper hand in the negotiation process.

 

“Many people will be selling their homes at this time of year because they want to. Sellers are more willing to negotiate with you if you are the first person to show interest in the property. They are also more likely to work with you.

 

You should keep an eye on the “days on market” of the home. This is an indication of how long the home has been on the market. This information can help you to know how much time you have to secure a great deal for the home.

 

3. Moving is normally easier

Moving in the winter isn't always the best idea, but the logistics are simplified if you are moving alone or with a couple of friends. The idea is to move your possessions to a new place and live in a new place with your friends or family.

 

“Movers are booked up in the summer, but not in the winter. If you want to move in the winter months, you will probably get the dates you are looking for.

 

4. You can save on your taxes by booking early.

Buying in the winter gives you a few extra months of tax deductions.

 

‘Use a house you own as a tax write-off for the year

 

Many mortgage lenders allow you to deduct interest on your mortgage. In some states you may be able to deduct the points. However, there may be limitations. It is always best to check with a mortgage lender about any changes that may have been made to your mortgage interest deduction.

 

5. You will not be rushed! 

If you are buying in the winter, you can take your time, move according to your plans...not the sellers. As a matter of fact, take the time to target houses that have been on the market for a few months, because you might just find a seller who is more motivated to accept a lower offer and save money in the process. 

 

Always consult with your real estate agent about your home inspection results and the options you have inside the sales contract that you've signed.  

 

To purchase your dream home or a great foreclosure property, is about being educated, thorough and patient with the process. The most important aspect of finding the perfect home is working with a real estate agent who is highly skilled in negotiation and understanding of your expectations!  

 

For more information or assistance to help you find a home in the Las Vegas and Henderson area please call us at 702–845–8540

Posted in Las Vegas
Sept. 2, 2022

LAS VEGAS MILLION DOLLAR HOMESFOR SALE | 6 Tips to Get You in Credit Ready Before Buying Your First Home

Home sellers have lots of options when is time to sell their properties, however there is no magic formula that will guarantee in achieving the best and highest price possible for their homes. This is why I like to partner with my clients to guide them through the complexities of selling their homes. I assembled a team of true professionals with experience, dedication and strong communication skills to help ensure a successful and profitable sale of your home. 

 

Today, we'll talk about 6 Tips to Get You in Credit Ready Before Buying Your First Home

 

 

1. Start Planning Early 

Getting credit issues resolved can be a very long process. But if you are in the market to become a homeowner, get on top of your credit issues before it is too late. Make sure you have a good credit score and be prepared to start when your credit score is at its best.

 

2. Keeping track of your credit history

Your credit report will give you a snapshot of your credit history. You will be provided with a copy of your credit report when you apply for a loan. Your credit score will be updated on a monthly basis. You must be vigilant in monitoring your credit score. It is imperative that you pay your bills on time. If you do not, your credit score will be adversely affected, and you will end up paying higher interest rates.

 

3. Reduce your expenses

The first thing you should do is look at your monthly expenses. List out all of your recurring expenses and which ones you can remove. You should cut down on your recurring expenses and this will help you pay back your debts. This will also impact your creditworthiness. The less you owe, the more the bank will lend you 

 

4. Cut down your debts

You could try to get a debt-to-income ratio under 50%. This means that the total amount of monthly debt you owe is 50% or less than your monthly income. If you can get this ratio under 50%, it will make it much easier to pay off the debt.

 

5. Manage your bills

Late bills will hurt your credit and will also lead to late fees. Set reminders to ensure you can pay everything on time.

 

6.  Avoid asking for credit in different places.

There are some credit checks that are more difficult to pull than others. A hard credit inquiry or hard pull can lower your credit score and as such it is important to avoid such actions. If you are shopping for a house loan, you can't shop for an auto loan at the same time.

 

Always consult with your real estate agent about your home inspection results and the options you have inside the sales contract that you've signed.  

 

To purchase your dream home or a great foreclosure property, is about being educated, thorough and patient with the process. The most important aspect of finding the perfect home is working with a real estate agent who is highly skilled in negotiation and understanding of your expectations!  

 

For more information or assistance to help you find a home in the Las Vegas and Henderson area please call us at 702–845–8540

Posted in Las Vegas
Aug. 23, 2022

LAS VEGAS MILLION DOLLAR HOMESFOR SALE | How To Prepare Your Home To Sell For Under $100!

Home sellers have lots of options when is time to sell their properties, however there is no magic formula that will guarantee in achieving the best and highest price possible for their homes. This is why I like to partner with my clients to guide them through the complexities of selling their homes. I assembled a team of true professionals with experience, dedication and strong communication skills to help ensure a successful and profitable sale of your home. 

 

Today, we'll talk about How To Prepare Your Home To Sell For Under $100! 

 

 

Selling your house is an exciting time, but it can also be stressful. One of the best things you can do is to make sure that the property you are selling is in the best shape it can be. This will help you get the best price for your house. It can be as simple as painting the walls, or replacing the door handles, and sometime, it can be as extensive as replacing the roof, A/C system or water heater. 

 

Preparing your house to sell has to start in the kitchen.

The kitchen is the heart of every home. The kitchen is the room where family and friends gather for fun and to get together. It is also the room where meals are served. 

As such, it is very important to make sure that it is the best it can be when your property comes into the market. 

It is a top priority to make your kitchen sparkle and clean. 

It requires your involvement and not a lot of money to have it cleaned. 

If the paint job is in good shape, still, walk through and touch up any spots that may need attention.  Don’t forget the cabinets if you have matching paint. 

Old outdated cabinet doors and drawers in some cases could be transformed with a creamy antique white paint to freshen it up and modernizing it as well.

In some other cases when you have wood cabinets, a deep clean, lite sand and a coat of clear varnish could also make a world of difference.

 

The kitchen preparation is expected to be the best ROI (Return on Investment) at closing

 

How to Get Rid of Stuff You Don't Need

 

People want to focus on how awesome your house is, not how much it costs.

 

You want buyers to focus on how awesome your house is, not how messy it looks. The attention should be directed to the house...and not to your valuable collections or your wonderful family photos. 

Get rid of unneeded items, donate them, sell them or put all the extra stuff in storage. Less is best when it comes to furniture, items inside your closets, pictures on walls and items on top of your kitchen / bathroom

counters. Give them a view of the house....not your stuff.

 

Hopefully this post has provided you with some ideas how to prepare your house to sell inexpensively...

Sometimes small things can provide a big impact in the price of your house and I can assure you, it will make selling your home much easier with less stress.   

If you are ready for a free consultation about preparing your home to sell, 

please give me a call! 

 

Always consult with your real estate agent about your home inspection results and the options you have inside the sales contract that you've signed.  

 

To purchase your dream home or a great foreclosure property, is about being educated, thorough and patient with the process. The most important aspect of finding the perfect home is working with a real estate agent who is highly skilled in negotiation and understanding of your expectations!  

 

For more information or assistance to help you find a home in the Las Vegas and Henderson area please call us at 702–845–8540

Posted in Las Vegas
Aug. 18, 2022

LAS VEGAS MILLION DOLLAR HOMESFOR SALE | 5 Mistakes First Time Home Buyers Make Most Often

Home sellers have lots of options when is time to sell their properties, however there is no magic formula that will guarantee in achieving the best and highest price possible for their homes. This is why I like to partner with my clients to guide them through the complexities of selling their homes. I assembled a team of true professionals with experience, dedication and strong communication skills to help ensure a successful and profitable sale of your home. 

 

Today, we'll talk about 5 Mistakes First Time Home Buyers Make Most Often

 

 

1. Getting a Pre-Approval

Many people assume they will find the perfect house and sign the contract. While this is a mistake most buyers make, you should get approved first  before you can decide which house you want to buy. 

 

2. Getting A Better Mortgage Rate Quote

Getting a mortgage quote from just one lender may seem time-consuming...but is necessary. There is a lot of competition out there for the best rates and terms. Make sure you have chosen the most cost-efficient mortgage for you...not the lender. 

 

3. Deciding That you "DO NOT" Need a Real Estate Agent

Real estate agents are consultants that will advise you on the best course of action. Not only do they know about the process of buying a home but, a good real estate agent will save money by handling the process expertly to your favor. Having a real estate expert in your side will help you achieve all your real estate goals...with no problems or stress.

 

4. Buying a Home that You Can Afford

Be sure you take in consideration any other monthly expenses that may also be added to your mortgage payment. This includes taxes, HOA fees, CONDO fees, maintenance fees and the potential for increased utility costs.

 

5. Home Inspection Waiver

Home inspections are there to protect home buyers from serious issues with the home’s structure or other systems. During the home inspection, you’ll receive a report with any potential issues or defects in the home, Your real estate agents should use the report to negotiate the necessary repairs or get credit by reducing the price of the house. 

 

Buying a house is an important decision, and you should make sure that you have a solid understanding of how the process works. Your real estate agent is there to protect your best interests and to make sure you avoid these five common mistakes.

 

Always consult with your real estate agent about your home inspection results and the options you have inside the sales contract that you've signed.  

 

To purchase your dream home or a great foreclosure property, is about being educated, thorough and patient with the process. The most important aspect of finding the perfect home is working with a real estate agent who is highly skilled in negotiation and understanding of your expectations!  

 

For more information or assistance to help you find a home in the Las Vegas and Henderson area please call us at 702–845–8540

Posted in Las Vegas
Aug. 12, 2022

LAS VEGAS MILLION DOLLAR HOMESFOR SALE | 4 DIY Jobs You Must Avoid Doing Around The House

Home sellers have lots of options when is time to sell their properties, however there is no magic formula that will guarantee in achieving the best and highest price possible for their homes. This is why I like to partner with my clients to guide them through the complexities of selling their homes. I assembled a team of true professionals with experience, dedication and strong communication skills to help ensure a successful and profitable sale of your home. 

 

Today, we'll talk about 4 DIY Jobs You Must Avoid Doing Around The House

 

 

Perhaps, as a homeowner, you feel overconfident with your skills and talents to do all the repairs in your house. 

The problem is when you decide to sell your house...a home inspector will spot an amateur job faster than fixing a nail hole in the wall with toothpaste!

 

These are the most commons 4 types of repairs where homeowners get into the most trouble...

 

1. Roof Repair - The Perils of Repairing Your Own Roof 

It is always wise to keep in mind that it is a time-consuming and labor-intensive job to replace the roof. It is important to know that you are able to carry out the work on your own only, if you had proper training. If you are not confident that you can do the job, it is better to leave the job to a professional. Roofs should last for 20 - 25 years or more, so if your roof is going to need replacing, and you think you can handle the job...think again, it is important that roof work is done correctly...or you may end up in an emergency room...after your fall.

 

2. Tree Trimming - "Hold my Beer..." 

Big trees can be great, but can also be a pain, specially when you are trying to sell your house, and it is determined that they must be removed. The last thing you want is to get rid of a tree before selling your home and crashing it into your living room.

It is a lot easier to remove a large tree when hiring a professional, they know the exact method they need to use to cut the tree safely. For instance, everyone knows that it is far easier to remove a tree when you make it fall in the right direction... well, sometime trees do not obey the master of the chainsaw operator... a slight miscalculation, and it could cost you thousands of dollars. 

Even if you do manage to cut it correctly, and it falls just where you want, you now have a stump to remove. This is very different to removing a small, normal-sized tree. This is a lot of work and requires the use of heavy equipment, chains and drills, etc... Yes, you can use your wife's SUV to drag it and pull it out but, I’ve seen chains snapping and whipped across the back of the vehicle causing several thousands of dollars in damage. Just call a tree expert and leave it to the professionals.

 

3. Improvement - "Let's Open Up This Room & Remove This Wall" 

Most people don't know about load bearing walls, and they may think they know the best way to handle them....only to find that their ceiling collapsed a few days later. This is dangerous and could be costly, any repairs that will affect the structure of the house should be performed by professionals. If you don't handle these repairs correctly, your whole house is at risk. You also have walls that contain pipes, electrical wiring and ductwork for HVAC, and more. It is recommended to hire professionals who can handle these repairs as well.

 

4. Deciding to Fix Major Plumbing or Electrical Repairs or Installations.

You can do a lot of the simple things yourself, like changing light bulbs, fixing a leaky faucet, or installing a new ceiling fan. However, when it comes to plumbing or wiring, you should call a professional. This is because there is a high risk that you could cause a fire, flood, or injury yourself. It is not worth the risk.

 

Hoping that these tips are able to help you to prepare your house to sell...speaking of which, why not call on me, a true professional to help you sell your house, 

stress-free, for the most money at a timing acceptable to you! 

 

Always consult with your real estate agent about your home inspection results and the options you have inside the sales contract that you've signed.  

 

To purchase your dream home or a great foreclosure property, is about being educated, thorough and patient with the process. The most important aspect of finding the perfect home is working with a real estate agent who is highly skilled in negotiation and understanding of your expectations!  

 

For more information or assistance to help you find a home in the Las Vegas and Henderson area please call us at 702–845–8540

Posted in Las Vegas
Aug. 5, 2022

LAS VEGAS MILLION DOLLAR HOMESFOR SALE | What Happens When Your House Does Not Sell?

Home sellers have lots of options when is time to sell their properties, however there is no magic formula that will guarantee in achieving the best and highest price possible for their homes. This is why I like to partner with my clients to guide them through the complexities of selling their homes. I assembled a team of true professionals with experience, dedication and strong communication skills to help ensure a successful and profitable sale of your home. 

 

Today, we'll talk about What Happens When Your House Does Not Sell?

 

 

The reason is very simple, you've hired the wrong person for the job.

 

If you hired yourself to sell your house you just need to step in front of a mirror and blame yourself. 

 

The main reason why a house does not sell is: 

 

The person in charge of the sale of the property had the wrong plan. 

 

Choosing the right Real Estate Agent to help you decide on the marketing of your property, 

the pricing of your home and negotiate the sale for the best outcome to your bottom line. This is really one of the

most important steps in the process of selling your home. Wouldn't you agree?

 

Many people debate about the reason(s) homes don't sell,

 

There is only one reason why a home does not sell: The Captain of the Ship... Your Agent. That’s right—the only reason a home does not sell is due to ineffective leadership in the process of selling the home.

 

If your listing has become expired, it is because the Captain of the ship

steered it directly into an iceberg...

 

You don't blame the ship, you don't blame the fuel, and you can't even

blame the weather. The Captain of the ship is the principal reason why

your listing has sunk to the bottom of the ocean and did not sell.

 

Subsequently, every seller’s ability to sell their home rests squarely on

the decision of who he/she has elected to represent the selling of the

house. A real estate agent or themselves if they decided to sell it on

their own.

 

Far too often, when a home does not sell and many real estate agents

point to price alone as the main reason why it did not sell. However, I

believe there is NOT a higher reason why a house did not sell than the

actions of the listing agent themselves, they are the captain of the ship

and in charge of steering.

 

Yes, the price has a huge effect on the selling of a home, while

technically it may be true that any home can sell if the price is lowered

enough, the agent in charge has failed on their leadership to diagnose

the right price based on comprehensive studies of the market and

conversely, advising the seller on the importance of having a price that

matches the house.... based on the present condition of the house.

 

While I understand that there are many other key factors that will

affect the selling of a property, I do feel that the responsibility of the

person in charge of selling must bear the culpability for not

completing it.

 

If you are contemplating on selling your home in the near future, 

I would be happy to apply for the job, 

I've the experience and the know how to have the prefect plan and sell your house at a timing acceptable to you. 

 

Always consult with your real estate agent about your home inspection results and the options you have inside the sales contract that you've signed.  

 

To purchase your dream home or a great foreclosure property, is about being educated, thorough and patient with the process. The most important aspect of finding the perfect home is working with a real estate agent who is highly skilled in negotiation and understanding of your expectations!  

 

For more information or assistance to help you find a home in the Las Vegas and Henderson area please call us at 702–845–8540

Posted in Las Vegas
July 27, 2022

LAS VEGAS MILLION DOLLAR HOMESFOR SALE | 4 Differences Between Salespeople and Sales Consultant in Real Estate

Home sellers have lots of options when is time to sell their properties, however there is no magic formula that will guarantee in achieving the best and highest price possible for their homes. This is why I like to partner with my clients to guide them through the complexities of selling their homes. I assembled a team of true professionals with experience, dedication and strong communication skills to help ensure a successful and profitable sale of your home. 

 

Today, we'll talk about 4 Differences Between Salespeople and Sales Consultant in Real Estate 

 

Salespeople are the people who make the sale at all cost. Sales consultants help you make the decision of the sale

 

Thinking about my completed transactions over the years, I tend to reflect on my clients and what determined the final outcome of their decisions. 

The fact is that Fiduciary service that you may receive from a true professional is much, much beneficial to you than someone trying to sell you something for pure profit.

 

When hiring a real estate agent, you want a consultant that you can trust for advice and direction in all your real estate needs. 

 

 

What are the 4 big differences between a salesperson and a consultant? 

 

1. A salesperson has a responsibility to sell, a consultant has a responsibility  to the client. A salesperson could be perceived as manipulating the client. A sales consultant has only one responsibility...it is to you.

A consultant  listen and ask great questions. They educate their clients on the best decisions for them and their family. They provide fiduciary services. 

The definition of fiduciary  services is as follows...

"A fiduciary is a person or organization that acts on behalf of another person or persons, putting their clients' interests ahead of their own"

 

2. A sales consultant is a person who specializes in their sales skills. They can negotiate better offers and better repair outcomes during the transaction. Overall, they can negotiate the best results on your behalf...even above of their own

Sales consultants are focused on their needs to fulfill a quota of one more sale during the quarter. 

 

3. Consultants can be proactive in anticipating potential pitfalls. They can make sure a problem doesn't arise at all or be reactive to a problem that has already arisen. They can also do detail market research to find out what can cause potential problems or benefits for our clients.

Sales consultants are focused on their own numbers, number of phone calls and easy transactions. 

 

4. Consultants are about discovery, vision, research, advise, resolve and results 

Salespersons are about fast sales, quick conclusions, risk-taking, pressure and loose ends. 

While a consultant  can make sure a problem doesn't arise at all, a sales person is only reactive to a problem that has already arisen. 

Sales consultants are focused on their own numbers, number of phone calls and easy transactions.   

The best way to describe a sales consultant is with their results and problem-solving skills. 

They have 3 basic "Fiduciary Duties" 

Duty of Care,  Duty of Loyalty and Duty of Obedience.

If you need solutions to any problems that you may be experiencing inside real estate...you'll need a consultant and not a salesperson. 

 

Always consult with your real estate agent about your home inspection results and the options you have inside the sales contract that you've signed.  

 

To purchase your dream home or a great foreclosure property, is about being educated, thorough and patient with the process. The most important aspect of finding the perfect home is working with a real estate agent who is highly skilled in negotiation and understanding of your expectations!  

 

For more information or assistance to help you find a home in the Las Vegas and Henderson area please call us at 702–845–8540

Posted in Las Vegas
July 19, 2022

LAS VEGAS MILLION DOLLAR HOMES FOR SALE | Price Negotiation Techniques To Sell Your Home With a Smile

Home sellers have lots of options when is time to sell their properties, however there is no magic formula that will guarantee in achieving the best and highest price possible for their homes. This is why I like to partner with my clients to guide them through the complexities of selling their homes. I assembled a team of true professionals with experience, dedication and strong communication skills to help ensure a successful and profitable sale of your home. 

 

Today, we'll talk about Price Negotiation Techniques To Sell Your Home With a Smile

 

 

As a seller, you need to be prepared to accept, counter or reject a potential buyer's initial offer on your home. Understand that buyers

usually expect a back-and-forth negotiation, so most likely, their initial offer will be lower than what they are actually willing to pay. Of course this applies under "normal" market conditions. 

You, with your agent,  need to know this, and it's very important for you to understand it (that is if you want to maximize the sale price of your house) 

Negotiating back-and-forth- between a potential buyer and a seller is like juggling knives, one mistake, and you lose the game. This is why you should let a professional do this for you. 

They know when to push for more money, and they know when to stop and advice you to accept it. It is a skill that takes years to develop...the tone of their

voice, what they say, what they don't say, key questions asked, in many cases buyers are willing to pay a higher price if you counter with a plan that will cost them less money at closing. In this case, you are

amplifying the bottom line, so the buyers can be willing to accept a higher price. 

Just remember, that if buyers aren't excited about the

property you're offering, they will be quickly turned off by hardball

tactics and simply walk away. 

KNOW YOUR PRODUCT

BE PROUD

and KNOW

WHEN TO PUSH!

If you want to win in the high stakes real estate negotiation game.

As always, I’m available for any questions or comments you may have about my blog. 

 

Always consult with your real estate agent about your home inspection results and the options you have inside the sales contract that you've signed.  

 

To purchase your dream home or a great foreclosure property, is about being educated, thorough and patient with the process. The most important aspect of finding the perfect home is working with a real estate agent who is highly skilled in negotiation and understanding of your expectations!  

 

For more information or assistance to help you find a home in the Las Vegas and Henderson area please call us at 702–845–8540

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