Be The Short Sale Specialist In Your Market

Real Estate Technology with Sentext Solutions

When it comes to helping a seller in a short sale situation, they want a specialist who can handle the details. In today's market it's not enough to have a potential short sale client fill out a simple form; you need a system that establishes you as a specialist in short sales and generates QUALIFIED LEADS!

Most importantly, many homeowners do not even know that there are options to help them avoid foreclosure. As a leader in your market, you can educate and show them what opions are available to avoid the foreclosure route.  Now more than ever Short Sales are becoming more acceptable in the real estate transaction and letting homeowners know is the first step.

All-In-One Short Sale Marketing System

Our system combines a marketing plan with a fully implemented marketing system so that you can take it straight to market without the advertising creation, website design, and follow up campaign. We pull all the elements together so you can "get the word out" to sellers and let them know there is help out there.

Just ask the leading Realtors throughout the country and they will share with you why it is imperative to have a message to attract, connect and communicate with distressed sellers.

Comments (2)

Praful Thakkar
LAER Realty Partners - Andover, MA
Andover, MA: Andover Luxury Homes For Sale

Tim, will have to look at these options - looks like short sales are HERE TO STAY for long...

May 06, 2011 07:08 PM
Tim Winters
Sentext Solutions - Waxhaw, NC
Text Marketing Expert

Yes, Praful you are correct.  Unfortunately, many conservative estimates from economists say that we might be in a "short sale" market for at least another 5-8 years.  There are some states that are showing more than 25% of their homeowners with distressed properties.  I recently read an article that stated there were 46% of Massachusetts' homeowners underwater w/ their mortgage payments. Sad times but agents need to look at this in two respects- 1) as an educator to your local community, letting people know they do have options in avoiding foreclosure 2) a revenue stream in a very trying market.

May 07, 2011 03:55 AM