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  • Selling Your Home

    Posted Under: Home Selling in Chicago, In My Neighborhood in Chicago, Rent vs Buy in Chicago  |  October 15, 2012 12:21 PM  |  216 views  |  No comments
    Selling Your Home

     

    Navigating the world of Real Estate without a knowledge professional on your side is tricky, confusing, and can be one of the most difficult processes to complete alone. Why put yourself through that? Here are few reasons you need a Luxe Agent by your side to sell your home:
     
    1. Navigating a Complicated Process
     
    An expert who is trained and educated in the real estate field helps you prepare the best deal, avoid delays, and avoid costly mistakes.
     
    2. Information and Knowledgeable Opinions
     
    A professional can answer your questions. Luxe is nothing but professionals and we can answer your questions with facts and honest opinions based on history in the real estate market.
     
    3. Property Marketing Power
     
    Real estate does not sell due to advertising alone. In fact, a large share of real estate sales come as a result of a practitioner's contacts through previous clients, referrals, friends, or family.
     
    4. Someone Who Speaks the Language
     
    If you don't know your CMA from a HUD, you can understand why ti's important to work with a professional who is immersed in the industry and knows the real estate language.
     
    5. Objective Voice
     
    For most people, a home is the biggest purchase they'll ever make. Having a concerned, but objective, third party helps you stay focused on the issues most important to you.
  • Turn Your Knowledge to Power

    Posted Under: Quality of Life in Chicago, Agent2Agent in Chicago  |  October 8, 2012 1:03 PM  |  171 views  |  No comments
    Turn Your Knowledge to Power 

     

    Luxe Marketing and Sales agents and staff are avid readers of Success Magazine. If you're not familiar with it, at the end of each issue they do a highlight of some of the important pieces to take away from this month's issue. We wanted to share a few of those insights with you:

    1. Learning Curve

    Own your failures. Set aside 20 minutes today to analyze two career missteps and figure out the takeaways that will serve you from now on.

    2. Tell it Like it Is

    Relationships are crucial to sales. Write out your pledge to always be honest with customers (even if you lose in the short term). The resulting rapport will help you win in the long run.

    3. Hit Your Pause Button

    Reflection allows experiences to soak in - so you can grow. Set aside 10 minutes this afternoon to evaluate events that occurred earlier today. Note two opportunities to use in the future.

     

  • Buyer's Remorse

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Chicago  |  September 19, 2012 11:52 AM  |  121 views  |  No comments
    It can happen to anyone. That twinge of regret after you've made the single biggest purchase of your life. The doubts pile up as you wonder if you made the right choice, if you're finances will be steady enough, and what if something better comes along? Here are some fool-proof ways to ward off buyer's remorse.
     
    1. Make a List
     
    A list of all the important things your home must have before you go searching is a must. Then, when you think you've found your dream home - compare it to your list. Does it have everything you were looking for? If not, decide if the sacrifice is something you can really live with. 
     
    2. Stop Looking
     
    Once you made the purchase, STOP LOOKING. Don't go to Open Houses, stop searching Zillow. You found your home and the search part is over. Unless you think the contract on your new home may fall apart, do not keep searching.
     
    3. Keep in Touch
     
    Make sure the agent who helped you find your home is helping you all the way through the transaction. Luxe agents are there from Day 1 to Moving Day. Questions will pop up along the way and having a knowledgeable expert can relieve stress.
     
    4. Know Your Reasons
     
    Make sure you know exactly why you're buying. Is it for your family? Do you need more space? Are you moving? These are legitimate reasons. Moving because you  don't like the wall color or you really want hardwood floors are going to give you instant buyer's remorse. Think it through! What makes you unhappy about your place? Can you fix it without moving?
     
    5. Factor In Your Expenses
     
    Before you sign on the dotted line, consider all of the expenses beyond the purchase price. Heating a 3 floor home is much different than a 2 room apartment. Think about how it will affect your spending monthly before you're in a situation you can't afford.


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  • We're Hiring Agents!

    Posted Under: Agent2Agent in Chicago  |  May 11, 2012 10:52 AM  |  149 views  |  No comments
    Looking to switch Brokers? Or just need a Broker?

    Our Real Estate Company has a new spin on real estate! We are looking for motivated Real Estate Agents for our Chicago office!

    We offer:
    EXCELLENT LEADS!!!
    Leads in LUXURY properties!
    In-House Training!
    In-House Office Support!
    In-House Marketing Supplies!
    Networking Opportunities with Monthly Mixers! 
    Laid-Back and Fun Office Atmosphere!

    Qualifications:
    Have an Illinois Real Estate License
    Excellent Communication Skills
    Clean, Professional Manner
    Prior Experience a plus!
    Additional Languages Spoken a plus!
    Experience in High-End Properties a plus!

    Interested Individuals should email their resume to info@luxemarketingandsalescom. We will call you for an interview soon. We are very motivated and looking to hire 20 new agents!! 
 
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