You remember office hours, right?
Back in your school days, office hours represented an opportunity for students to spend one-on-one time with the professor to ask their questions.
It was an opportunity to drive deeper knowledge, sharpen your skills, and level up on your expertise. Getting to know the professor a little bit more didn’t hurt either!
We regularly spend time with you as a FSBO by giving you the ability to ask questions as you prepare to list and sell your own home, and we do that through our FSBO office hours question and answer sessions – a unique and creative opportunity that we offer to FSBOs to help you sell your own home with excellence and drive FSBO expertise.
What we’ve seen in the for sale by owner (FSBO) and flat fee MLS entry only listing space is that massive value can be delivered to you, someone who wants to list and sell your own home, via professional, high quality, FSBO education.
The office hours concept, where FSBOs can come together to ask questions and have them answered by a real estate broker (who actually wants to help and assist FSBOs in being successful rather than flipping them into full commission listings), is a step towards delivering that value to you.
Weren’t able to join us for our July 2015 live FSBO Q&A session?
We’ve got a replay available (click here to watch and listen).
Here’s what you’ll learn by tuning in:
- The power of exposure an MLS listing provides in syndicating your home to popular real estate websites like Zillow, Trulia, and Realtor.com
- Why FSBOs are making a mistake by claiming their listing on Zillow
- Where FSBO contact information is located on an MLS listing and how buyers reach a FSBO for showings and offers
- Practical advice on who is responsible for holding earnest money deposits during a flat fee MLS entry only listing transaction
- The do’s and don’ts of for sale by owner real estate yard signs in Massachusetts