homeowner: Is $138K Home Value Increase Worth It? (Seller Infographic) - 07/17/18 05:00 PM

 
Staying connected to your homeowners (via Seller's Corner) pays off in 2018.
How?
Case in point: 18611 Mcclellan Cir, Marina, CA 93933
- Listing Price (2012): $676,500 (via Redfin)
- Listing Price (2018): $815,000 (via Oak Anchor Homes)
- Property Value Increase: $138,500 in 2 years
In a nutshell, $138,500 price increase in 2 years is enough to reach out to your past clients and let them know a thing or two about a thing or two.
Seller's Corner is your friend, your foundation, your bridge to the land of listings.
Remind them how much their home is worth.
Remind them you have the answers they’re looking for.
They’ll remember you when they’re ready to sell their home.
It’s that simple.

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homeowner: Coax Out The Sellers In Your Homeowners. (Infographic) - 07/10/18 05:50 PM

 
Staying connected to your homeowners (via Seller's Corner) pays off in 2018.
How?
Case in point: 1940 Villarita Drive, Campbell, CA 95008
- Listing Price (2012): $760,000 (via Redfin)
- Listing Price (2018): $1,398,000 (via Oak Anchor Homes)
- Property Value Increase: $638,000 in 6 years
In a nutshell, $638,000 price increase in 6 years is enough to reach out to your past clients and let them know a thing or two about a thing or two.
Seller's Corner is your friend, your foundation, your bridge to the land of listings.
Remind them how much their home is worth.
Remind them you have the answers they’re looking for.
They’ll remember you when they’re ready to sell their home.
It’s that … (2 comments)

homeowner: 5 Things You Should Know (News Roundup - 6/20) - 06/20/18 01:26 PM

UPDATED @1:48 PM (PST): 
Home sales decline as number of listings drops.

What you should do:
    - Secure marketing (specifically, an effective CMA tool like SELLER'S CORNER) to ensure
     you gain the listings you deserve - even in the face of declining inventory.
 
1. Real Estate Leaders Weigh In On Trump Border Separation Policy
         
       What you should do: 
         - Remain educated. And let your empathy shine.
2. Hot real estate markets to cool in 2020.
       What you should do: 
        - Take note if yours is on the list. And remain a hot resource for … (0 comments)

homeowner: 5 Things You Should Know (News Roundup - 6/6) - 06/06/18 12:27 PM
 
1. Group temporarily bans real estate signs to improve town.
         What you should do: 
         - Make sure you have a strong online presence. Who knows when a sign ban may creep
           into your neck of the woods? 
2. Who controls the data that fuels real estate deals?

       What you should do: 
       - Provide your sellers and buyers with all of the real estate info they need to make responsible
         decisions (remember we just purchased a server that houses the largest MLS photos)!

3. Real estate headache: Baby boomers … (2 comments)

homeowner: Home Values Skyrocket. So Should Your Listings (Cont.....) - 02/23/18 12:11 PM

 
Staying connected to your homeowners (via Seller's Corner) pays off in 2018.
How?
Case in point: 1572 Seascape Blvd, Aptos, CA 95003
- Listing Price (2015): $645,000 (via Redfin)
- Listing Price (2018): $849,999 (via Oak Anchor Homes)
- Property Value Increase: $204,999 in just 3 years.
In a nutshell, $204,999 price increase in 3 years is enough to reach out to your past clients and let them know a thing or two about a thing or two.
Seller's Corner is your friend, your foundation, your bridge to the land of listings.
Remind them how much their home is worth.
Remind them you have the answers they’re looking for.
They’ll remember you when they’re ready to sell their … (0 comments)

homeowner: Double Your Efforts. Double Your Listings. - 12/19/17 01:01 PM

Hi ActiveRainers,
Quick question - are you employing everything you're professionally equipped with to boost your chances that homeowners will list their home with you, when they're ready?

Seizing the opportunity to initiate conversations and provide what they need, when they need it, will undoubtedly keep you memorable and in their good graces. By reaching out and going the extra mile, you have nothing to lose - only loyal home sellers (and listings) to gain.
Have a wonderful week,
Tim
 
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homeowner: Secret To Doubling Chances They'll Sell With You. (Holiday Tip #5) - 12/15/17 02:55 PM
 
Hi ActiveRainers,
Yes. It's very possible to double your chances a homeowner will list with you down the road.
How?
Simple. Delivering any home care resource they need to feel fulfilled in their home (ex: HVAC, landscaping, roofing, plumbing, flooring, cleaners, etc.) keeps you extra memorable, wouldn't you say? Be an "all things real estate" agent/realtor/broker, and you got this.
Need a conversation starter to get the ball rolling?
Be sure to check out: Let's Double Your Chances They'll Sell With You
Tim
 
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homeowner: Walk And Talk Like A Listing Agent. - 12/13/17 01:23 PM
Hi ActiveRainers,
I understand most of you don't prefer (or need) to rely on "scripted" content when it comes to verbal communication. However - it never hurts to brush up on conversation starters and/or navigation advice, right?
The infographic below is a follow-up to our original post entitled More Listings In 2017: Your Starter Kit. Hoping you find it equally helpful on some level.
Have a great rest of your week!
Tim
 
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homeowner: List More Homes By Being A Source Of Gratitude & Trust. - 07/19/17 02:39 PM
Tim here, with another quick, empowering, listing-oriented marketing tip.

A study by the National Bureau of Economic Research finds that once homebuyers become homeowners, they can expect to spend an extra, whopping $5,000 on home care, renovations, improvements and “surprise costs” (i.e. – issues surrounding plumbing, leaks, roofing, repairs etc.)* (Full story: https://goo.gl/E95CC5)

This is it. Your chance to, once again, deliver the goods, save the day, and secure a listing or more in the process.
Making this transformation of a “house into a home” isn’t easy. So why not help make it as affordable and convenient for folks as possible? It’ll do nothing but boost your chances … (0 comments)

homeowner: Extra listings are just a matter of care (home care, that is). - 05/01/17 03:35 PM
 
Happy May, 
Tim here, with another listing-oriented tip to kick-off a new month!

Did you know...
"Homeowners are spending nearly 60 percent more on home improvement projects than a year ago, despite a climate of economic and political uncertainty...
The rise in home values has boosted consumer confidence, as well as people’s sense of their own financial well-being. And that sometimes translates to big home improvement projects." *

So, what are you actively doing to capitalize on this trend?

Here’s an idea...
Homebrella lets you deliver the service providers everyone needs to initiate and complete home care projects, while simultaneously increasing the odds … (2 comments)

homeowner: Love Listing Homes? This'll Do. - 02/14/17 02:22 PM
 
 
Happy Valentine's Day, ActiveRainers!
Tim here, with a quick question: do you think your website and marketing is up to par, in terms of maximizing repeat business?

You'll love this 8 step graphic illustrating how to ensure you're the only agent that homeowners (your sellers) turn to when they're ready to pack up and move again.

Repeat business, listings and referrals are all part of a step-by-step process.
This graphic breaks things down simply, concisely and candidly. 


 
Let me know what you think. :-) 

Tim 
408.213.4668 
tim@propertyminder.com

P.S. - We'd still love to take a gander at your current marketing (for free) and … (3 comments)

homeowner: No, You Can't MAKE Someone Sell. But You CAN... - 01/27/17 01:47 PM
 
Be the first, the only, (quite simply THE )
agent they imagine to list their home.
#PureImagination
 
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homeowner: Digital Fortune Cookies = The Key To More Listings. - 09/13/16 06:14 AM
 
 
It's #FortuneCookieDay.
Perfect chance to send "digital fortunes" (i.e.- neighborhood home values)
to your database of homeowners.
Prove your worth, warmth and WISDOM - and they'll list with you. Simple as that.
It all begins with Seller's Corner: [http://www.propertyminder.com/sellerscorner]
Get a LIVE look at it today: [http://www.propertyminder.com/live-demo]
Cheers to limitless fortune this week - and beyond,
Tim
408.213.4668
tim@propertyminder.com

 
#RealEstateMarketing #CMA #Sellers #Listings 
#DigitalFortune #BeOfValue #PropertyMinder 
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homeowner: Break Up, To Make Up. - 04/21/16 06:52 AM
 

Our VP of Sales and Marketing, Tawd Frensley,
is back with another stirring guest blog entry.
But first - a quick heads up:
Be sure to peruse our latest 5-star reviews - they may be the final nudge you need to finally take advantage of your 30-day free test drive. (Did we also mention that our writers draft original marketing content for every one of our customers)?
 
How long does it take to forget someone?
Well, word around the campfire is that you divide the length of the relationship by 2 (obviously I pulled this from the Internet about getting over an Ex, but nonetheless the … (2 comments)

homeowner: Take Your Database Back and Reconnect - 03/16/16 06:30 AM
Purchasing stock can be a lucrative investment for many people.
Buying a home is no different.
If a person doesn’t know how much their investment is worth,
how will they know when to sell?
 
Entirely too many homeowners are under the 
impression that their home is worth less than it actually is
… and their agent is the only one to blame.
The Agent/Stock Broker Approach
is a strategy that many agents do not follow. 
 
Often, agents lose their value once a person has purchased a home. 
Many agents are guilty of the “On to the next one” mentality. 
This happens through neglect or a lack of functional tools. 
 
So what … (0 comments)

homeowner: 3 ways to gain spring and summer listings - 03/08/16 05:57 AM
 
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homeowner: Low Inventory, Generating Listings: How Seller's Corner Can Help - 05/06/15 04:00 AM
 
  
 
Seller's Corner: The Lasting Impact On Your Business: 
 
- Prevents clients from grabbing listing flyers and contacting agents off the "For Sale" sign.
- Keep yourself top-of-mind with homeowners and past clients in your database. Automatically inform them of what they need to know most- the value of their home, their neighborhood's activity.
- When they are ready to sell or have questions - this will ensure they will turn to you. 
Which leads us to the next point:
- Keeps your clients from going to open houses without you and winding up in another agent’s database.
- Most importantly, Seller’s Corner keeps your contacts and clients away from listing … (2 comments)

homeowner: Generating More Listings: Part 2 - 04/30/15 08:58 AM

 
Love listings? Let's get you more.
The next Seller's Corner webinar launches:

Tomorrow - Thursday, November 19th
at 3:00 pm (PST) / 5:00 pm (CST) / 6:00 pm (EST)
 
3) Shout your success from the rooftops (to everyone and on every portal)  
Did you sell a listing? Congratulations!
Now, advertise it. Results speak for themselves.
This is the way to earn trust and credibility. Sellers want to hear your success stories.
Ask your client for a testimonial.
Put it on your website’s homepage, email it out, and post it to your social media channels.
Remember: You can’t make someone sell their home, but you can make them remember you … (3 comments)

homeowner: Generating More Listings: Part 1 - 04/30/15 08:12 AM

 
 Love Listings? Let's get you more this year!
More details at the next Seller's Corner Webinar
 
 
1) Call folks. A “Hi, how are you?” goes a long way.
Successful agents set aside time every week for renewing and nurturing relationships.
- Reintroduce yourself.
Ask how they’ve been, how their home is holding up, how their business has been. Ask if they need real estate help or information this year.
- Remind people of yourself.
Take a look at their activity in your Toolkit and start the conversation accordingly.
- Dig around.
Don’t forget, there is an untapped goldmine in your CRM.
In addition to asking about their lives, a casual phone … (4 comments)

homeowner: Not that you needed convincing... - 02/09/15 09:03 AM
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