It’s never a fun conversation: Your seller has an elevated idea of the price at which the property should list, and your job is to give them a realistic expectation of what people will pay. Dan Polimino, owner of Keller Williams DTC’s high-end Colorado Dream House Team, felt the time had come to have a chat with his client. He was seven months into marketing an eye-catching, architecturally designed home in Genessee, in the Rocky Mountain foothills near Denver. And he was the second agent to list the house.
- Reverse auctions may best suit a big luxury property that can attract significant interest on social media.
- To successfully manage a reverse auction, you need a commitment from the agent to invest in extensive marketing.
- Make it easy for buyers by giving them as much information as possible up front so they feel they can make a non-contingent offer.
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