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As a Port Moody REALTOR located on St. Johns St, John Grasty is a hyper-local neighbourhood specialist, offering unique advantages and real value in the Tri-Cities real estate market. Google John Grasty to find out more.



This is another post in a series of value propositions I have been working on for future marketing material, which accounts for why it is presented in the third person. I’m wide open to suggestions for improvement. Results are often based on the competence of your real estate representative. A hi...
This is one of a series of value propositions I have been working on for future marketing material, and why it is presented in the third person. I’m wide open to suggestions for improvement. Utilizing John’s extensive project management experience and training gives you a competitive advantage. J...
John has the experience to professionally negotiate on your behalf. Protecting your negotiation position is critical during a real estate transaction and John believes in upholding the utmost integrity and confidentiality during the entire process. Successfully securing your negotiation position ...
I’ve read many posts about branding and left many comments, including asking, “What makes AR members unique?” For instance, last week I commented: “What value does a logo or a gimmick or a tagline, add to a potential client?  These are the things which done properly can complement or supplement a...
Feedback to the Sellers representative is a throw-back to times when all REALTORS® represented the Seller's interests and acted as sub-agents for Buyers. Acting for the Seller I still might ask the Buyer’s representative how the listing compares to other properties that they have shown, and if th...
The local market you are in, or your personal situation, may require that you employ all of the resources available in the sale of your home to meet your goals. There will be many local REALTORS® offering you “full service” real estate. Depending on the particular broker you use, “full service” c...
Before the Internet it was common for a real estate office to have a duty REALTOR® ready to help you when you walked in. This was called floor duty. Today this has all but disappeared although many offices are located in high traffic areas and continue to display homes for sale in a window.  Whet...
Today, professionally licensed REALTORS® are being taught that accepting an over-priced listing is not in the best interest of the Sellers. The implication here is that above all else we have an ethical obligation (fiduciary duty) to be working in the best interest of the Sellers. If the Sellers ...
Meaningful Considerations for the Home Seller… 1. What you paid for your home has nothing to do with what someone else is willing to pay. 2. The improvements you made to your home you did for your own enjoyment. 3. Home improvements will rarely provide an equitable return on your investment. 4. R...
As Benjamin Franklin said, “Take time for all things: great haste makes great waste.” I consider myself a bit of a tortoise because of the way I do things, but things always get done, almost always right the first time, and usually to a standard that I’m proud of.  “By writing one sentence at a t...

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