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Agent2Agent in Norfolk County : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jul 4, 2017
Steve Bracero answered:
Your best bet is to interview a few brokerages.

Here is a good article to check out
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Sun Mar 27, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
I would think as she is Licensed and registered in MA as a Broker, gets bonded and clear to do business by MA RE commission, than they can hire agents under their brokers license. As a lawyer they should know the regulations in MA. You can call the MA RE commission for their exact laws and regulations. ... more
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Mon Nov 23, 2015
Lol answered:
This is a really tough requirement, and something that buyers can have some apprehension over, for obvious reasons.

You could always build protections into the deal for the buyer, but it's just better to avoid this stupid clause. ... more
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Thu Feb 12, 2015
Tristam Bielecki answered:
The best thing to do is find a company that has real organised training in place, rather than the "promise of coaching".

Some offices will even have a orientation training that covers all the fundamentals in 1-2 weeks of training. Those work really well to get yourself off to a flying start. ... more
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Thu Sep 11, 2014
Steve Quintana answered:
The buyers may have their own needs that compel them to move quickly. In real estate sooner is usually better than later. Later may never come.
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Sun Mar 9, 2014
Cara Loosen asked:
What do you think are most important traits / habits that a sales / rental manager should possess? What do you wish your managers did?
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Thu Jun 16, 2011
Allan Erps answered:
Love John's answer below! My area has a median price of around $400,000(give or take). Good buyer or clients are ususally generated by past clients and referrals for me. Do not love Open Houses but sometimes my Sellers insist "I" do them. Price it well and it will sell! ... more
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Wed Aug 18, 2010
Mildred Valentin answered:
I agree, working with Lenders that you trust and that follow up with you at all times makes it to the closing table! Being aggressive and motivated will show the Lenders you mean buisness and that your main concern is your Buyer and doing all you can possibly do for them!

Mildred Valentin, Realtor
Exit Realty Van Zandt
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Mon Feb 8, 2010
Heidi Zizza answered:
I would call the responsible party or manager of the office!
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Wed Jun 24, 2009
Donna Fraser answered:
I have been involved with 2 different lead companies and my suggestion is stay away from them. I really feel the basis real estate 101 is the best. Open Houses, Calling for referrals from your spere, cold calling. All sounds terrible but in the long run you will do yourself a favor. Get a good system down and work it. Most of the leads yoou get from lead companies is basis cold calling. ... more
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Thu Dec 11, 2008
Robert Byrne answered:
This could be a long precess and might need to involve many neighbors. I would consult with an attorney you know locally and then move on from there. I suspect NStar would like to hold the easement for future use as there is no benefit to them to give it up. Best Robert ... more
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Sun Aug 31, 2008
Janet Reilly answered:
Hi Erica,
Brian Hickox of Keller Williams Realty in Franklin is an amazing agent. I got to know him well when I was the President of Coldwell Banker's Relocation Division in Boston. He handled a lot of our Franklin referrals. He provides tremendous service and has a high close rate. His number is 508-4000791.
Good luck,
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