There are lots of good agents out there. No matter how good you may be, it is next to impossible to sell all of your listings (notice that I said next to impossible, not impossible). You also may not be able to list all of the houses that you visit. What if you could sell most of your listings by helping out those who need help the most? The Sellers. Yeah, I know, they want all cash and a quick sale. I've been hearing that for the almost 25 years that I've been in real estate, but that's not always what they really need.
Many need debt relief and peace of mind. I have the ability to take over the payments and everything to do with the house (taxes, insurance, repairs, hoa, etc.) so that the Seller can most of the time just walk away. If they have equity, I can work that out too and many times pay close to full price! Sometimes, they don't have enough equity to pay a commission (I can help with that) or if they do, for whatever reason, the house doesn't sell.
It may even be that they cannot afford double payments or the payments at all because of divorce, job loss or transfer. Whatever the reason, I am in most cases, able to help.
You may be wondering, "how can this help me?" The answer is simple, you get to help your client to be able to sell the house you have listed (if it qualifies), You'll make money, and it looks good putting your client's needs first. Your commission can come now and later. Also, you get your name out there for more exposure and build good will with the client and the community, which, in turn, may mean more listings.
I concentrate in Union, Mecklenburg, Iredell, Catawba, Cabarrus and Gaston Counties of North Carolina, but can buy almost anywhere in the United States.
I work in other areas to along with properties out of state. I work with many Realtors, some of who own their own property and couldn't sell. The price range that I usually work in is around $125K-$500K. I'm not saying that I won't work lower or higher priced homes, but that is my usual range.
It has to be a win-win for everyone involved.