As a real estate agent, have you ever found ‘Price Reductions’ to be an uncomfortable friction point?

I sure did. Especially when we’ve done a professional job bringing our clients property to market… Given superb and realistic advice up front (Blue-skying them to get the listing has never been my style). Helped our clients prepare themselves and their property. Followed the clients instructions regarding their desired pricing. Provided quality multimedia marketing… However,…

Theory of “Diminishing real estate industry efficiency” and what it means for kiwi home sellers.

  You’d think that like many other industries, as technology gets better and the industry becomes more efficient, the end user would see the benefits and better value service. Not so with the real estate industry. Just 10 years ago (2006) the average house price in New Zealand was around $370,000. Based on a traditional commission…