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Not sure why I find this hilarious. But I'm showing a house w my client and it's a FSBO-com listing...the owner is showing it to us and he just told us he is an owner of a real estate licensing school. Wonder if he tells his students about it?
No, you can't have my MLS login to do "investor research" Well maybe. If you'll pay my MLS and association dues for the year, well - at minimum of course. I'd rather get a commission on a sale to be honest with you. But maybe you should sit in on my continuing Ed classes too. Or pay my office rent. And monthly software fees. And deal with buyers. And other agents. So, sure you can have my MLS login. If you become an agent. Yep
Had to remind an agent that we (the brokerage) were compensating her to get her buyer to the closing table. Funny, she seemed to think my seller was. Cleared that one up real quick. I long for a day of buyer paid buyer agent fees. Agents will get what they're worth, and buyers might give a damn who they work with.
Sure. Don't even have to pay a dime to some marketing guru for it either. Just thank my man Tom Ferry -Thanks for the inquiry, I am here to help, whats the best way to connect with you? email or cell? Here is my phone number 817-213-xxxx I'm free now, whats the best time to connect? -Greg
This is a no brainer. What is the alternative to being mobile? Tethered to a desk all day? Anchored by a computer, a phone, a fax machine and files and file cabinet? If you're mobile, you are free to work everywhere. On anything. Like I am now, writing this from a spaceship 20,000 light years from home.
Kendyl Young - I'll try to make it simple. Responsive should mean that the content of the site simply restructures itself depending on the screen of what it's displayed on, i.e. no need to download an app or click a button or link. It's seamless, automatic and doesn't take away from the overall brand experience. Simply working on mobile is not quite the same thing, as there are generally sacrifices.