Choosing Between the 6 types of real estate listings
With 6 types of real estate listings to consider today, buyers are getting all kinds of advice. Some is good, some is simply confusing. Most doesn’t offer the pros and cons.
Relatives and friends may tell your buyers to avoid short sales or foreclosures. OR they may say to ONLY look there because that’s where they’ll find the bargains. Some will hear that they should only look for homes in probate, because heirs are anxious to sell.
They may caution them to stay away from flips because all flippers are crooks. Or they may tell them to look for distressed houses, because they can do just what the flippers do and thus earn a lot of “easy” equity.
These letters, which explain the 6 types of real estate listings, should serve to end the confusion. They’ll allow your buyers to approach each listing with a clear understanding of what they can – and cannot – expect.
This set of 8 letters explains the 6 choices and gives the pros and cons of each.
Is a Short Sale worth the wait?
What to expect.
Is it safe to buy a Bank-owned home?
The benefits and drawbacks.
Is a “Flip” safe?
Defines “flip,” explains the benefits, and offers cautions.
Owner-occupied homes that are neither underwater nor in foreclosure.
Usually safer, but as your buyer’s agent I’ll still help you proceed with care.
Owner non-occupied homes
A discussion about buying rental properties and inherited homes.
A lot of fun, but there are some things to watch out for.
This letter talks about what you’ll do to help them find and purchase their new home.
How much? Only $49 for all 8 letters.
Wishing you boundless prosperity,
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