1. Agent compensation is always negotiable. Always.
So, how would you feel negotiating against someone doing this...
In the How to Explain Real Estate Compensation to Clients video from the National Association of Realtors, their first point is:
Agent compensation is always negotiable. Always.
In the past, maybe that’s been fine… but how would you like to be negotiating your compensation with a potential real estate investor client against an agent that is offering these services:
A thoroughly documented blueprint for how real estate investors can achieve financial independence through real estate investing—buying properties in your market (with current prices and rents), in today’s interest rate environment.
A comprehensive guide to how to minimize the cost of home ownership—like what I talk about in my trademarked Lowest Monthly Payment Guarantee™.
Or, the add-on for investors on all the different ways to boost cash flow when buying rental properties—like what I talk about in my trademarked Maximum Cash Flow Guarantee™.
Or, an entire process and system for reducing the need for down payments when buying properties (including investment properties) and a companion process on all the different ways to come up with down payments for buying properties.
Or, something as simple as a free local attorney-prepared rental application and lease agreement customized for your specific market?
These are just a few examples of ways that specializing in adding value to real estate investors can help you find, attract and retain better clients but also get the compensation you deserve for the very high level of service you’re offering.
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