Posted by Casey Miller on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 12:17 PMBy Casey Miller / August 31, 2016Comment
Our client appreciation event is coming soon. On October 8th, we’re excited to get together with you and wanted a moment to say thank you and give you some details.
We’re heading to Temecula wine country this year. We’re in the process of renting buses, which we will deck out with food and drinks. Then, we’re going to spend time at three different wineries, where we will also be having lunch. We want to make sure you are there with us.
We’re looking to finalize all the plans soon, but we need all of your RSVPs first. We’ll be leaving here at noon on October 8th and are really hoping that you’ll be with us. To RSVP, simply reply to the original email. We hope to see you there.
If you have any other questions, give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you.
Posted by Daniel Beer on Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 10:07 AMBy Daniel Beer / August 23, 2016Comment
SOLD IN 6 DAYS WITH OVER 30 OFFERS!
Using our 5 Day Blitz™ Marketing Program, this single level Chula Vista home in a family-friendly neighborhood brought over 150 groups together on a Sunday afternoon for the Grand Opening. A few days later, the home had over 30 plus offers, selling in just 6 days at 108% of the asking price. Our 5 Day Blitz™ program allowed this home to sell extremely fast and for more than the market could bear.
Call us today at 858-935-8109to find out more about the 5 Day Blitz™ program and how we guarantee it will help sell your home quickly and for top dollar!
Posted by Daniel Beer on Friday, August 19, 2016 at 3:11 PMBy Daniel Beer / August 19, 2016Comment
Chances are slim that a home buyer will take one look at your home and make an offer that accepts your terms at face value. Unless it's an exceptionally strong seller's market, much of the buying and selling process is negotiated, which means that your negotiating style, and your real estate agent's negotiating skills, could affect the terms of the sale.
These five tips will help you improve your approach to negotiation when selling your home, so that you can form a good working relationship with the buyer and get the best price & terms.
1. Prioritize Your Expectations
Start by listing your home selling expectations and prioritizing. You have a sense for what you want from the sale, but your documented expectations should be based on:
the real estate market conditions in your area
the location & condition of your home
how quickly you need to sell
the impression buyers will have of your home compared to others
Talk to your real estate agent about the market in your city and specifically your neighborhood. Be up-front about your needs, so that your agent can help you price the home to meet them. You get the final decision on accepting offers, rejecting them or making counter-offers, but your agent will also make recommendations. Ask your agent about preferred methods for negotiation, and follow them.
2. Keep a Businesslike Perspective
For buyers, this is purely a business decision. In order to get the best deal, you must do...
Posted by Daniel Beer on Thursday, August 11, 2016 at 1:56 AMBy Daniel Beer / August 11, 2016Comment
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Brian is the Senior Sales Executive with the Beer Home Team. With more than thirteen years of diverse experience in Real Estate, Brian has established himself as one of the top real estate agents in San Diego County and Southern California. Brian has been recognized as the Top Real Estate Advisor nationwide while Beer Home Team was awarded the Top 150 Teams in the Nation as well as Top 40 Fastest Growing Companies per the San Diego Business Journal and voted #831 Fastest Growing Company per Inc. 500. Brian is a six-time recipient of Five Star Real Estate Agent Award as well as Top Broker Agent Advisor. Brian has also been awarded top tier, Platinum Level Recognition through SDAR’s Real Estate Circle of Excellence the last three consecutive years. Brian has a professional approach while successfully assisting clients with their residential...
Posted by Daniel Beer on Sunday, August 7, 2016 at 1:02 PMBy Daniel Beer / August 7, 2016Comment
The prospect of becoming a homeowner seems to be fraught with almost as many questions as it is with excitement. And for most, before getting the keys, they must jump the biggest hurdle: Getting a Mortgage.
Most home buyers know that they need "good" credit in order to qualify for a mortgage, and that they should be pre-approved before looking at homes. What exactly does the term "good credit" mean these days - especially since the housing crisis? How do the changes in lending pertain to your ability to get a mortgage? The primer below can help you sort out the questions you might have.
Note, that we are not mortgage brokers. For information & guidance specific to your needs, always be sure to consult with a licensed mortgage professional before starting the house hunt.
Today, Your Credit is More Important Than Ever
While the housing market has clearly recovered in most locations, the days of "easy credit" as a means of obtaining a mortgage are over. In addition to being able to show that you have a secure financial foundation from which to afford a home, your mortgage company is going to dig much deeper than in years past, by not only considering your credit scores, but also most aspects of your credit history.
Inventory in our market right now is very tight. There are not many homes for sale and by the time you find a home you like, there are probably a lot of other buyers interested in it already. That’s because almost every buyer in the market is simply chasing down the next house that hits Zillow, Redfin, or Trulia. You’re competing with everyone else because you are looking at the same thing everyone else is. You’re just part of the mob.
In this environment, if you’re a buyer and you want to win, you need to align yourself with a buyer specialist who can get you out ahead of a property before it’s on the market. Give the buyer specialist your parameters, and they should be able to run a full needs analysis. A good buyer specialist will then go and chase that property down, whether it’s on the market already or not.
You don’t want to work with a real estate agent who is trying to keep 10 plates spinning. Typical real estate agents handle buyers, listing appointments, marketing, and hundreds of other little details that detract their attention from your home search.