I just signed up for the Mobile ads to try ad get more buyer agents. For seller leads I use www.grablistings.net and it is awesome! I like that they only allow 1 agent per neighborhood, give you listing packets and letters to send to follow up and have a money back guarantee! Imho it beats the heck out of anything else out there. Trulia has been ok for buyer leads for me so far. I've had two buyers close that I got from them over the last 6 months. IT paid for itself.... more
Kyle, if you are an agent and have no access to the properties because you have no Lockbox key or any other device to unlock the property contact the agent direct. Agents should not use the lack of a lock box key as excuse to deny you and your client access.
If the agents use the Board Listing Agreement they promise to assist the seller in selling their home even it that means give you direct access, driving to the property or leaving a key at the listing office for you to pick up so that you can show the property.
On top if they are a Realtor they would violate the Realtors Code of Ethics if they will not assist you with showing arrangements.
Any questions let me know,
Annett T. Block
Found out some investor buyers out there lack integrity. Â Let's all be careful out there and ask lots of questions. Â Be wary of quick offers and free looks by investors. Â Sometimes a huge waste
The first thing to do, if you have not done it already, is to put up a sign so people know your Fort Lauderdale warehouse is for sale.
If you're selling a warehouse in Fort Lauderdale and ou're hoping to introduce it to the general world, you may want to put it into CoStar, the commercial real estate site.
Because the MLS, at the moment, is considered more of a residential site, you may not be missing the largest part of your audience by not using it.
However, if you're trying to avoid listing it altogether in hopes of selling it on your own without paying a broker's commission, then you will want to make use of the Internet and advertise via social media. There are dozens of sites you can use, all of which will are used by brokers for purposes of additional marketing.
You could also put ads in newspapers, but your response level in that medium likely to be very low.
Another way is to call every commercial broker whose signs you come across and ask them if they have anyone who is interested. However, you will pay at least part of a commission if you do this, and this is a very time consuming and inefficient process.
You are likely to find, if you are not a broker yourself, that using a real estate broker to sell your warehouse will bring you a higher price than you would net on your own. That is probably the reason most people who want their properties sold call on agents who list properties.
Marc Jablon, The JablonTeam
RE/MAX Complete Solutions
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