A Solution to Lower Co-Broke Fees Offered By Listing Agents

Real Estate Agent with eXp Realty

Now I have been told five times in the past eight months, I remind people of Clint Eastwood.

Others have said I say what I think.

That proves I am brutally honest. And that I believe is what God expects.

Let me get to the point.

If you have been in this business as long as I have, and done as many transitions as I have, there is a pretty good chance you are doing far more than any elected official.

And, that to me would mean you are darn good at what you do.

And when a listing agent, is not capable of getting you the same co-broke that you received a year or five years ago, even 30 years ago, something is not right.

As I was thinking earlier today, I realized I have just came upon a solution to the situation today, from a change that I made last week.

You see, if you want 20 or 40 of my past clients to tell you how punctual, how prompt, and how I do what I say I will do, I can provide that for you in 24 hours.

You tell me, would you rather be paid: $3,900.00 or $4,680.00 for doing the exact same work?

Well since in some areas of the market as many as 70% of agents want to treat us like that, here is the solution.

About a half of a dozen different ways to be paid besides commissions on home sales. And a member of the NASDAQ. Go ahead look it up: EXPI

And when you can spare 29 minutes and 53 seconds to help yourself stop being pounced upon by real estate agents who just don’t get it.

Watch this link and see how a simple move can help you get back that money, they are taking from you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASzfld1GU5I&app=desktop




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