Jeff has been involved as a real estate investor since 2001 and a licensed Realtor since 2007. When working with buyers Jeff is always on the lookout for concerns with any given home that is being considered and he never pushes anyone to buy a particular property. In fact since Jeff has so much experience with rehabbing properties he regularly warns clients about concerns that he has found when showing a client a home. Jeff believes that it is better to help a client find a good home rather than make a quick sale. Jeff receives a lot of referrals from his past clients because they are happy with the home they have purchased and they spread the word.
When working with clients who want to sell a property Jeff knows what should be done to prepare a property for market and is willing to provide this specialized information at no additional cost to all clients who list their homes with him. Jeff believes in hiring a high quality professional photographer for every listing because it is extremely important to make a good first impression especially on the internet! Jeff will not push a client to keep dropping the price on a listing if it is not selling quickly, instead he will provide regular market data and let the client decide if they want to stick with the current price or make an adjustment. Jeff knows that selling a home is can also be very emotional for folks. Many home owners have put a lot of time and money into their home over the years and they want to get as much of the equity back out of a home as possible.
Jeff also believes that charging a client a total listing fee of 6% or even some times 7% or more is way to much. Jeff came up with ReduceTheListingFee.com so he could get the word out that it is possible to work with a full time, full service caring agent for a reasonable listing fee. Jeff also has a "no pressure promise" he promises that neither he nor anyone on his team will ever pressure you. Thank you for taking the time to read this and we look forward to hearing from you when you are ready:)
We believe that there may have been a time in the past that it made sense to charge 6% or even 7% commission when selling a home because home prices were much lower." After all, there are quite a few expenses incurred when listing a home and a good portion of that commission typically goes to the buyers agent/broker in a transaction. Over the years home prices have gone up significantly and 7% is just to much now. So, we decided to reduce the fees!