One big hurdle for homebuyers is that they often have to sell the home they live in before they can purchase a new one. Opendoor, an exceptionally well-funded startup that makes “instant offers” on homes and then flips the properties of sellers who accept the offers, has unveiled a service designed to solve the problem.
Recently, Qsar shared an intriguing and inspirational story about how a listing for a leased property, which he made no initial profit from, snowballed into at least 11 subsequent sales, countless connections and increased visibility over the course of the past three years. So, how can agents replicate the success that Qsar gained from an “undesirable” listing? He says it’s all about hustling and “doing it right.” Here’s some of his tips on how to get your hustle on.
With a real estate guy running for President, can any other contender capture meaningful industry support? Yes — Hillary Clinton, who has a long history of supporting Realtor causes and has been a happy beneficiary of the industry’s generous political largesse.
Homebuyers, particularly those lazy millennial types, don’t want to have to sort through hundreds of listings that a property search spits out. They want to be spoon-fed just a handful, a carefully curated batch that closely maps to their full range of preferences.