Why First Impressions Matter When Selling Your Home

“Did I ever tell you that good poker players often watch their opponent’s eyes when they draw new cards? What they are looking for is to see the reaction of their opponent’s eyes to the cards they draw. If their eyes widen, that is if their pupils dilate, that means that they liked the new cards they received. If their pupils constrict it probably means that what happened is that they received cards of which...
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One Home. 60 Days. Two Transactions. $11,831 difference in bottom line profit

Are you Interested or Committed? Your ROI depends on it… That question presented a perspective which completely changed the way I operate. As you may or may not know, the approach I’ve collaborated on and devoted years of development to, referred to as “The Value-Driven Approach”, utilized by clients/friends of mine to protect their real estate investments, is all about applying a particular mindset— no cutting edge piece of technology, newspaper ads, or shiny objects—...
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Sometimes its what you DON’T do…

Sometimes it’s what you DON’T do… This was the experience of a home seller that recently reaped the benefits of patience and strategic timing. By recognizing potential pitfalls on the horizon—then taking the time to avoid them—optimal results were achieved, despite a number of limiting factors. Those results? Full price offer, record high sales price of the development, and complete avoidance from losing substantial return on investment. It was the spring of 2012 when I...
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