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20 PRACTICAL TIPS TO GET NEW CLIENTS IN 2019

Do you feel like you want to grow your business, but you don’t have any proven simple activities to get there?

20 practical tips to get more leads in 2019

That’s why I want to personally invite you to a intimate talk that I’m doing on the 20 Practical Tips to get more clients in 2019. 10 of which I’ve never shared with anyone before EVER .

There’s going to be a FREE luxurious breakfast at the 5 star Founders Inn Hotel with farm fresh scrambled eggs, applewood smoked bacon, fried potatoes with onions and peppers, coffee, hot tea and orange juice, seasonal sliced fresh fruit & so much more.

Being a small business owner or real estate agent can be tough, but you will learn 20 implementations you can start right now that are EASY and cost LITTLE TO NO money.

We only have room for 150 people at this FREE event so make sure to RSVP to attend!

See you there!

Chantel Ray

The Founders Inn & Spa

5641 Indian River Road

Virginia Beach, VA 23464

March 7, 2019

9:30am – 11:30 am

Does the number of days on market REALLY matter??

You just finished a listing presentation with your agent, and they give you what they suggest your price be listed at. This is $15,000 less than what you were thinking it should be listed at and you are very adamant about it being listed at your price. The listing agent keeps talking about days on market and how important that is. Does that really matter??

Yes, days on market is a huge factor when your home is for sale. When your home first hits the market, it hits every agents Hot Sheet as a new listing. Any potential buyer that has a search going in which your home fits their criteria, it emails them to let them know your home just came on the market. This is now a HOT listing that everyone wants to see. If your home is overpriced, they will look at it and pass it right over.

Once your home has been on the market for a few weeks, it becomes a stale listing. Once you start reducing, buyers now see this as a listing where the seller needs to sell and they feel they can get a bargain. The longer the home sits on the market, the more desperate the seller seems, and the lower the offers come in from buyers.

You can really sabotage your listing and the price you will get for it if you want to play the waiting game. Don’t agree to list your property high for a period of time just to see what kind of activity it gets. If you want to get your home sold for top dollar, the number of days on the market will make a huge difference in this.