Aeriol Nicols: Spread the word on your listing through twitter, facebook, you tube videos, your blog. Send a mailing to your past clients about the listings and call them asking who they might know that may be interested in the listing. This can also lead to referrals or another listing.
Dale Coffman: Hang in there! More millionaires are made coming out of a recession then in any good market. It takes longer to get behind then to get ahead. Remember the basics. Remember to listen. The device on your desk also makes calls out. Always remain positive. It’s contagious! Hang around with people that inspire you and get away from those that drag you down! Get advanced education on Short Sales like CDPE or NARs program. Knowledge is power!!
Judie Williams Crawford: To me it’s not a secret. Do your homework and know everything about your market area. Price the property correctly and honestly. Tell the truth to your sellers why you want to list at the range you know it will sell. BUT make sure you back it up with facts and your knowledge through the many years of experience you have. Learn to say “No Thank You” if your sellers won’t take your professional advice. Must have a “Win-Win or No Deal” mindset.
Ellen L. Coffman” Keep the listing fresh and don’t let in linger and get shop worn. Discuss with the seller the “plan of action” and reduce the price regularly to get it sold. With that said, it’s not all about price; it’s about making it show better than any other listings.
Ken Soileau: Price it Right!
Mark Re: Price it with NO cushion and even a tad under and it will sell. Any kind of cushion and it will sit there.
Cathy Shepherd: If you list it right the buyers will come.