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Brokering Real Estate: Making It Online

With the slowdown of the economy, and the many people failing to protect their mortgages, it is becoming hard for the realtors to keep staying alive and kicking in the game. But that is expected in brokering real estate business, isn’t it? Now, if you are not ready for that, it is a problem that will continue to pull you down. So before you get any lower than where you are now, start acting and doing the right things to keep that business still thriving. Move and […]

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Brokering Real Estate: How It Benefits Home Buyers

Although the sale of a property goes minus with commissions earned by the agent and the broker, you will get the best deal possible if you let them take care of everything for you. Brokering real estate can be a lot helpful to individuals who want to find and buy properties or want to sell properties. True, they split commissions from the sale, but they are doing the best they can so that you still benefit in the end by getting the best deal possible. What some […]

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Brokering Real Estate: How Commissions Are Earned

Even if they split commission from the sales of your property, you can place a good bet that brokering real estate is what you most need when putting up your home for sale and finding that best buyer in town. Sure, the broker and the agent will get what they worked for, but at the end of the day, it will be a win-win solution to all of you. The real estate broker gets paid and his agent. And why do you need them? Simple. They make […]

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Have A Strong Buyers List

It is indeed true that brokering real estate is a challenging and money-raking machine business. A lot of people get involved because of these potentials. If you are already running an agency that is thriving well, you probably have great business asset. But what is that you consider a great asset in your office? Is it the office itself, your sub-agents and agents and their marketing tools, or your listings? All these can be considered good asset of a well-running real estate agency, however, a business expert […]

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“Buyer Beware”!

There is a Latin phrase – caveat emptor – which essentially, in English, means “buyer beware”. The message intended in those two words is that anyone purchasing the item so labelled needs to be careful. The price may look like a steal, but ask yourself before you go any further”, who is doing the stealing, and who is being stolen from? You may well find that if a deal looks too good to be true, the reason for that may be that it is far too good […]

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How Conservative Should You Be?

When investing in property, if your goal is to make a profit you have to take into account what kind of profit you want to make. Some people will say that it is easy to make a profit, if by profit you mean a small one. Buying a house cheap, and doing the minimum necessary to renovate it, may well see you make some money on the deal because you have taken a house in disrepair and sold it in a liveable condition. However, there is always […]

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You Won’t Be Living There, So Don’t Design It For You

One problem that seems to arise more than almost any other when people try their hand at real estate development is a kind of tunnel vision. This happens when people buy a house with the intention of carrying out work on it, and decide that there is only one way to go with that work – they’re going to make the house irresistible to buyers. Having only their own opinion of what constitutes “irresistible” to go on, they make the mistake of designing the renovation to look […]

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Do Your Sums And Make Sure They Add Up

When someone tells you that there is good money in real estate, they are not going to be telling you anything new. We all know that there is profit to be made there, and no-one will get any medals for breaking the stunning news that it can be a lot of money. What we need to be careful with is when someone describes something as a “can’t miss” prospect. There is no such thing in real estate, and claiming that there is will show someone to be […]

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