Agents that Succeed Have Bridged that Cavernous Communication Gap

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We’ve all been there. A great offer comes in for a property, and either the other agent can’t be reached, or you can, but they can’t get in touch with their asset manager or short sale servicer for days, or even weeks. The offer dissolves, and the whole process has to start all over again.

So what type of agent has overcome this frustration? The agent that has built the communication bridge.

We all know that the communication gap has grown larger and more complicated. No longer is a real estate transaction simple.  Now there are asset managers, short sale servicers, and a myriad of other people that 10 years ago, were a rarity. More processes are now required, and there are times when you get to the point where you feel like  “short sales” should be renamed to “long sales.”

Successful agents use technology resources to make sure that everyone involved in the real estate transaction is connected to each other, in a simple and efficient way; constantly in communication with key people, making sure that documents are shared between the people that need them.

There are systems out there that can make these connections possible. At RES.NET, we have created the ultimate bridge, closing the communication gap between key users, such as Agent to Asset Manager, Homeowner to Agent, and Listing Agent to Buyer Agent, etc. We have created a place for agents to enhance their business success, which can be done so by using our Global Messaging Center.

Make sure to get out there and find the bridge that works for you, and use technology to do what it is meant to do, so you can spend your valuable time doing what you do best!


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Comments (1)

Adrian Willanger
206 909-7536 - Seattle, WA
Profit from my two decades of experience

I totally agree with you, communication is key in getting deals done, and lack of communication, on the other hand, has killed more deals by not being able to keep everyone in the loop.

Apr 11, 2012 07:07 AM