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Agent2Agent in California : Real Estate Advice

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A few hours ago
Derek Jones answered:
I ran a search in a couple of my re groups on facebook and the feedback wasn't good. And their guarantee is worthless if you ask me. It's something along the lines of if an appointment flakes or cancels or isn't a real appt. then they'll get you another one instead of giving your money back. I tried to bargain with the rep but they didn't even want to give me 1 free listing appt. to test them out. I ended up joining their free network and even those "appointments" that they have sent haven't been real appts. ... more
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Sat Oct 14, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
The 2 best options i like are hiring a licensed assistant to do those tasks or teaming up with someone that can do them. Asking another licensed agent to do the tasks can lead you to lose clients. They hire you to see you not another agent. ... more
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Sat Oct 14, 2017
Johncampbellmac asked:
I'm an agent considering using this service
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Fri Oct 13, 2017
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Tue Oct 10, 2017
Kc8heg answered:
I am taking it now. Most materials are good, but in some cases interchangable terms are switched up, making things confusing. In addition, the clock showing imber of hours spent in the course is weird. It says I have 5 minutes left of the 40 hours of study, but I am only halfway through the material. I thought it was based on the amount of material covered rather than actual time, but I know I haven't been in the course for 40 hours.

I have found at least one contradiction between the material and a quiz question, so I wrote the instructor, who is supposed to respond in 24 hours. It has been 27 hours.
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Tue Oct 10, 2017
Alice Hunsinger answered:
I was with Realtor.com and all the leads that they sent me was bogus they also keep charging me every month even when I cancel.
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Sun Oct 8, 2017
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Wed Oct 4, 2017
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Tue Oct 3, 2017
Zelalem Mekuria asked:
under the same office (BRE) and have the same MLS and Board membership, without having multiple accounts.
Thanks
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Mon Oct 2, 2017
Proflagging.com answered:
Before purchase auto posting Craigslist Software make sure that works well and use it trial period. Thank you
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Mon Oct 2, 2017
Derek Jones answered:
You may want to check your local craigslist as some brokerages offer free exam prep classes (in hopes you'll join their brokerage). Other than that you could just go to youtube and watch Kevin Ward's principles and practice classes to help you study. ... more
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Sun Oct 1, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
You can also look for a team concept or a small agency with hands on training.
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Wed Sep 27, 2017
Angelica P answered:
Hi,

I have emailed you regarding this.


Thank you for using Trulia,
Angelica
Consumer Care
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Tue Sep 26, 2017
WB answered:
Hey Betty,
Did you ever find those questions? As to Allied: are they still in business? They are an old-fashioned impersonal correspondence school, meaning you pay the fee; they mail you a bunch of books and DVDs and you have to figure out how to get through the materials within a specified time period. I wasted the money with Allied and do not recommend it. Am surprised they are still doing business in California.

Many junior colleges offer online courses taught by RE professionals. It is best to go the online college route. You will work with other students and your instructor is a RE professional, there to answer all your RE questions. They want you to succeed, just don't want sell you books and DVDs.
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Fri Sep 22, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
The simple answer is do NOT buy leads, Generate your own that way you do not have to share any and they are not old and worthless. Same thing with buying zip codes. For me after referrals, i get more leads from Active Rain blog than any other source. I put a free link below to sign up ... more
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Sun Sep 17, 2017
Kelli J. Moreno answered:
I just had a buyer's agent ask me, the listing agent for a W-9 form.... that is a first for me. I think some offices just don't get it.
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Mon Sep 11, 2017
Karmalodge answered:
They are way more than expensive then a local franchise who offer 6% for short term around. Look up Commission express.
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Wed Sep 6, 2017
Susie Kay answered:
There's no such thing such as the best broker. Everyone is different. Think about what's important to you and interview several brokers and see whether they suit you. Brokers are going to look after themselves, some more than others. ... more
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Sat Sep 2, 2017
Cpetrilla2 asked:
bank and placed a deposit through her realtor with the building owners. She's been advised not to use a bank but a loan procurer, eg: Franklin Loan.
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