New Ways to Conduct Real Estate Business

Real Estate Agent with Premier Properties CA DRE# 01325811

New Ways to Conduct Real Estate Business


In my nine years in the residential real estate business as a real estate agent I have seen a few things, including a crazy, overheated market and its eventual crash.

Being a consummate professional is more important than ever know and that brings with it a relationship-focus: excellent relationships with like-minded real estate agents, real estate brokers, lenders and banks, home inspectors, title reps, buyers, and sellers. And the list goes on.

Other skills are also in vogue more than ever, among them but by no means limited to them, are solid knowledge of the market, the financials (mortgages) involved, marketing know-how and exquisite negotiation.

The new ways to conduct real estate business are coming back out of dusty closets.

Couple that with improved ways to sell property - an issue we'll address in other posts on this blog - thereby helping and supporting countless homeowners who are finding themselves upside down and in pre-foreclosure and foreclosure.

Check out what Carolyn Said of the San Francisco Chronicle recently wrote about the wave of pre-foreclosures and foreclosures for the SF/Bay Area.

Stay tuned for more...







Comments (3)

Dana Couch-Davis
Kendall Haney Realty Group - Memphis, TN

It all about being the best that we can be for our clients.  That is all they ask of us!

Jan 05, 2010 09:03 AM
Song San
Coldwell Banker Dynasty - Rosemead, CA
Broker, MBA

  I went to my GRI class yesterday and found out that even though we are knowledgeable in our farm areas is not enough. We need to know about the other cities, updated laws, etc. Yesterday was an eye opener especially for some of the part time agents who thought that spending 6 - 10 hours/week in real estate is enough.

Jan 06, 2010 02:15 PM
Gabrielle Dahms
Premier Properties - San Francisco, CA
Results Through Service

Song San,


I absolutely agree with you.  I see you are in California and I'm sure you know that the San Francisco/Bay Area market requires special expertise. How about your market area?


Jan 15, 2010 05:01 PM