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Agent2Agent in Hartford County : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Nov 8, 2016
Alana.falzon asked:
I am currently planning a move from NY to CT, I have just completed the NYS 75 hour Real Estate Salesperson Coarse and received my certificate after passing the test. I am scheduled to…
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Sat Jan 22, 2011
Annette Lawrence answered:
My observation has been that although the home buyer would prefer to send their business to local lenders, the packaged incentives, services and suggested convenience offered by the likes of B&A appear to provide a greater economic benefit. In the end, it's not necessarily the mortgage lending rate but the package deal that persuades the borrower.

Perhaps advising the borrower that should they be late on the mortg, the bank that services the mortgage, checking account or savings, can, without notification, take the balance from the citizens checking, saving or both serviced by the same bank.
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Wed Jan 19, 2011
Phyllis McArthur answered:
Yes. Recently at a brand new listing, nobody came at all. I stuck it out for the entire 3 hours, while a monsoon-like storm raged. I made up my mind to cancel if that happens again.
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Sat Dec 11, 2010
Elliot Sirota asked:
has anyone attended the http://www.agentreboot.com/ seminars, value, worth time to drive to another city to go to this?
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Sun May 2, 2010
Lori Jeltema answered:
Do you mean Bristol, WI? i don't know of any Briston wisconsin.
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Sat Mar 27, 2010
Erica Ramus, MRE answered:
I would make them pay at least a small upfront fee, remainder at closing. Make sure you get it in writing too.

Or charge X up front or give the option to pay X+more at closing. So they can pay (just a number here) $450 up front or $750 if they choose to pay later. ... more
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Mon Feb 15, 2010
Bill Mamak answered:
Your best bet would be to spread your name among realtors.Let them know who you are and how you could help to make their job of selling homes easier. They are going to be the ones who would initially get you the business. I will be a good idea to go and seek an opportunity to speak at realtor office meetings.

Wish you Good Luck.

(Drop off some business cards at my office)
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Mon Jun 23, 2008
The_Bayou answered:
I have a buyer looking for a home in Long Island City, in the $3mm range. Look under New York and then Long Island City.
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Mon Apr 28, 2008
Stacey Brown answered:
The first step is to keep your spirits high. Just by listening, landlords think they can tell the difference between a positive voice and a whiny pain in the neck. The next step is to put future landlords on a need-to-know basis. If they are not asking for the information, they do not need to know it. Try not to be telling everyone you whole story. It may freak them out. ... more
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