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Believe or Not? Showing New Homes Helps You Sell More Resale Homes

learn how to improve your prospect to sales ratio by working smarter not harder

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"Life changing," says one Coldwell Banker Owner

One graduate had never sold a new home and sold seven within seven months.  She now knows how important new home internet advisors are to her career. Do you? Another graduate quit selling resales altogether after she learned how to convert renovation-resistant resale shoppers to new home buyers. 

Our graduates are selling more resales and more new homes because they are facing their fears and learning how to work with onsite agents, while helping their prospects clearly 'understand the money." Are you?

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New Home Co-Broker Blog by David Fletcher

Bay Island Club, South Pasedana, Fl  - Where David Fletcher began his real estate career.
Bay Island Club, South Pasedana, Fl - Where David Fletcher began his real estate career.

by David Fletcher

Realtors don't need to learn construction. They need to learn to let the onsite professional do their job.

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The Two Biggest Misconceptions That Cost Realtors Thousands in Commissions
The Two Biggest Misconceptions That Cost Realtors Thousands in Commissions

by David Fletcher

The benefit of the fixed price is that it is the only..and we are talking ONLY way a resale prospect can see, touch and feel what they can get for their money. In our opinion, the fact that prospects find it so hard to understand the money when it comes to resales is a big reason they decided to wait. Help them understand the money by showing a new home model first in the price range they are looking for resales and watch both your resales and new homes sales increase. 

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Providence Golf Club Trains More Than 1200 Realtors To Build A New Homes Niche Co-Broker sales go from 20% to 80%.
Providence Golf Club Trains More Than 1200 Realtors To Build A New Homes Niche Co-Broker sales go from 20% to 80%.

by David Fletcher

The strategy is to help Realtors deal with their fears and concerns, not learn about the homes.  Our builders look forward to seeing 50-60 new homes oriented  Realtors in their models every month," Brown said. 

More than 1200 local Realtors have earned their NHCB designation through our program, and the Osceola County Association of Realtors (OSCAR) is now marketing the course to its members.

"Helping Realtors meet their needs has in turn done more to encourage them to help us sell our new homes beyond our expectations," Brown said.

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The Most Costly and Misleading Myth About New Home Prospect Registration
The Most Costly and Misleading Myth About New Home Prospect Registration

by David Fletcher

The builder’s agent knows one thing. The Realtor has a motivated prospect for the builder’s home. And the builder’s agent does not want one thing to happen with this prospect.

And what that might be? They do not under any circumstances want the Realtor to take this prospect to see other builder’s homes.  

What if the builder will not protect the Realtor? Then the Realtor is in no position to protect the builder. 

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