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Subjects: Business, Sales & Marketing, Entrepreneurship & Small business
Publisher: O’Reilly Media (October 10, 2007)
Author: Jason Cohen and Geoffrey James
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Authoritative Head-to-head Comparison of Microsoft Excel 2007 and 2010 for Mac OS X The definitive guide to the latest in Microsoft Office software and its rivals. Cohen and James compare Excel 2010 with Microsoft Office 2007 for Mac OS X and Windows XP. The authors focus on practical topics such as how to use Excel’s new tools, how they differ from previous versions, how to use them effectively, and how to get the most out of them. The book also updates all the fundamental changes made in each performance. This is a must-have book for anyone looking to improve their skills with an office suite or learn about new features in future releases. This book is designed for users who have some familiarity with spreadsheets but whose task is limited by their lack of time or knowledge about them. Buy this book now. About the Authors
What is a broker?
A broker is a real estate agent who represents multiple clients and acts as an intermediary between buyers and sellers. Brokers offer guidance on purchasing or selling property, negotiate contracts with sellers and set up escrow accounts for the transaction.
In New York City, brokers are not required to be licensed by the state but can still work as one if they choose to do so. They must pass exams administered by the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), which requires them to give four categories: knowledge; skills in interpersonal communications; legal ability; financial reporting requirements.
How to get started.
You’ll need to know how to sell yourself. You’ll also want to be friendly and approachable so potential clients can get a feel for who you are. If you’re selling a home, it’s essential that you can tell the story of the house itself—what makes it unique and why people should buy it!
You must be able to sell your services, whether they’re real estate related (like finding homes) or not (like working with tenants). It’s also helpful if they complement each other well; for example, I’m trying to sell one of my listings but have an open house scheduled at another property nearby on the same day.
It would help if you were a licensed realtor. The state of New York requires that you have a valid New York State Real Estate License before you can sell homes in the state. There are several ways to obtain this license, including:
Deciding if selling your own home is for you.
If you’re considering becoming a real estate agent, it’s essential to think about whether selling your home is right for you.
You are putting your home on the market.
The first step in putting your home on the market is to make sure you know what kind of home it is. Do you have a fixer-upper? A newly renovated home? Are there any unique features to this property that should be advertised as such (like hardwood floors or granite countertops)?
Next, knowing what type of neighborhood you’re in is essential. If many homes are for sale in a particular area, buyers will have more options when looking at houses (and less competition). But if all the homes in a room are already sold or under contract at any given time, then real estate agents will have trouble finding new listings for their clients—and this can lead to frustration for both parties involved: buyers who want their transaction closed quickly and sellers who wish to someone else selling their house instead of them!
Finally—and most importantly—you need to think about how well-known your property is within its community. A great way to determine whether people recognize your house from TV shows like Mad Men or movies like Up In Smoke would be to ask yourself: Does anyone know my name because they’ve seen me on TV/film/literature before? Do people now associate me with being an expert realtor because I’ve helped sell houses before? Or has anyone ever met me face-to-face without knowing what kind of person I am beforehand?”
What price to ask for?
When selling your home, you want to get the most money for it. And when you’re buying a house, you want the best price!
To do this, identify what kind of neighborhood or property type suits your needs and budget. Then ask yourself: What price should I be asking? How can I negotiate? How much will my house go for on Zillow?
How to prepare the house for sale.
How to stage the home.
Staging is what separates a house from a box of potato chips. It’s a process that helps you sell your home more quickly and at a higher price tag, but it’s more complex than throwing in some plants and calling it done.
First off, when you stage your home for sale or rental purposes, you need to think about what would make the most sense in each circumstance: whether you’re trying to sell (rent) out of an investment property or just trying to rent out one room on Airbnb—it all depends on how much time and money are available for staging projects.
Secondary considerations include whether or not this space has already been used by someone else before; if so, they will only be interested in letting go later! You also want them to think long-term when making decisions like this because renting means less upfront costs than buying outright; therefore, having cash flow problems don’t affect their ability too much since they’re only dealing with monthly payments instead of thousands per month.”
How to advertise the home.
The ad should be clear and concise. It should also be one sentence long, with only one central point. You can use bullet points to make your listing more appealing and exciting to potential buyers.
The ad should include the following:
There are a lot of details you need to know to become an effective realtor.
There are a lot of details you need to know to become an effective realtor. You need to understand the market and area and how much value it has. You should also know about the home’s history and amenities so that you can advise potential buyers in choosing a good home for them.
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