Don't Leave the Low Hanging Fruit

Reblogger
Real Estate Agent with Prudential Calfornia Realty

Good afternoon everyone. I enjoyed John's blog today on the importance to never stop negotiating  for your clients.  Thanks for the reminder to never leave the low hanging fruit. Have a great week.

Original content by John Flaniken BRE#01420207

Low Hanging FruitI just closed escrow on a duplex in Watsonville. My investor was excited about the property when it first came on the market at $240,000, but felt it was a little over priced. Because we closely monitored the listing, my client was the first offer submitted when the listing adjusted down to $210,000.

After we reviewed the inspections and contractor bids, I was able to use the repairs to negotiate the seller kicking in an additional $10K credit. The seller found a buyer and my buyer is thrilled! I am reminded again to never stop negotiating for a client—don’t leave the low hanging fruit.

John Flaniken - Sell Santa CruzJOHN FLANIKEN
American Dream Realty
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Comments (3)

Linda Edelwich
William Raveis Real Estate - Glastonbury, CT
Glastonbury Office's #1 Top Producing Agent-not on

Nice!! Thanks for the reminder to not leave the low lying fruit...

Oct 11, 2011 10:28 AM
Kymberly Caldwell-Muniz
(909) 973-0410 - Fontana, CA
TCR Group Keller Williams Realty Rancho Cucamonga

Hello Krista, Good job. This post is so true, never stop negotiating for your clients. Thanks for sharing.

Oct 11, 2011 10:30 AM
Laura Gray
RE/MAX Realty Group - Gaithersburg, MD

Krista

 

Nice reblog , low hanging fruit is always better than the fruit on the ground !

Oct 11, 2011 10:32 AM