Today's real estate agent is caught in the middle of an epic battle between technology, big data and corporations. Giant tech companies have introduced business models with fancy tools that encourage home buyers and sellers to go it alone, without the guidance of an agent. The public is being misinformed and your business is on the line. Current home valuation tools are subjective, unreliable, outdated or just plain wrong concepts. How can you win your clients' trust when they are confused about home values?
In The Future of Real Estate Home Pricing, Anton Roeger, founder of APC Data Analytics, shows you how innovative new tools, processes and data can help you gain your clients' trust and become a sought-after authority on home buying and selling trends in your area. In this book, you'll learn how to:
A perfect book for real estate agents and brokers as well as real estate lawyers and investors.
Pricing a home is complicated; there are lots of factors for which agents must account. APC Residential and these eight pricing methods allow agents to account for property features and adjust the list price accordingly.
The tools are out there to solve the most pressing issues of the real estate industry today. Innovation isn't scary; it's progress.
Stop making excuses for flawed systems when there are solutions out there! Regain the trust of your buyers and sellers with a proven system that prices a home using real-time, accurate MLS data and validates the results with an easy to understand pricing report. This method is the most innovative in real estate technology today.
Agents are the buying and selling experts, but the trick is convincing their clients to listen to the advice they are given. It's getting harder and harder to do this with today's AVMs and CMAs giving them conflicting information at every turn. Use the one tool and the one method that gives you an accurate price based on real time MLS data to create trust in pricing.
CMAs have long been the accepted pricing method for real estate agents. The problem is that these systems are fundamentally flawed. Don't settle for flawed when there is a solution out there.
With all of the real estate industry disruptors and their Comparative Market Analysis tools (CMAs) and Automated Valuation Models (AVMs), where do the real estate agents and public consumers fit in?
The discussion of the best methods for agents to price a home using analytical data has taken on a new life over the last few years with multitudes of CMAs and AVMs. The real estate agent is still the expert that can provide the knowledge and input which, when matched with the right data and algorithm, can provide the highest level of accuracy.
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