NEVER Discount Your Real Estate Commissions

4 Comments so far

  1. Phyllis Tutko on September 16th, 2007

    I am impressed!!! I NEED your services. But how do I make this happen legally? Do I need them to sign a form? What does the form say? Does it come from my Broker? Or from me. What are the legal terms so I don’t get into trouble.

    I am a HARD worker, and I’m contining to lose listings because I can’t sell them. They sit on the market for 100 days, and the sellers get upset with me and lower the price, and within a week fire me to go with someone else, and the ner person sells the house. Very frusting!!

    What can I do?

  2. Steve Wolvers on September 17th, 2007

    Thank YOU for the comment Phyllis!

    I think We will need to tape a segment on Buyers brokerage and what the form needs to say and also the form I have for advertising when I list a property.

    Give me a couple weeks to put this together.

  3. John Castro on January 16th, 2008

    Steve,
    I appreciate and enjoy your informative video-tips. My question is, what is your opinion on Toll-Free # Call Capture Systems? Do you use them and if so how do you utilize them? I’ll look forward to your reply.
    Sincerely,
    John Castro
    Hales Corners, WI (Milwaukee area)

  4. Steve Wolvers on January 17th, 2008

    Early in my career I had a hot line system. I shut my call capture off, I had too many clients tell me they respected me because I had not hounded them like 2 of my competitors did with called ID follow up calls. Since both of them are no longer in the business, I can safely say I made the right decision. Clients want a hassle free toll free number to browse, once you intrude on that trust the gossip mill spins fast. In my opinion use it for a listing tool as I give buyers all the information they want on any of my listings and I will never bother them with intrusive phone calls to there home when they are enjoying there family!

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