From Listed to SOLD - How to Sell Those Listings You Work So Hard to Get!

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The Proper Care & Feeding of Sellers From Contract to Closing - a Free SWS Teleseminar

Free TeleseminarEspecially for Rookie Agents (but everyone is welcome), this teleseminar show is about what happens (or SHOULD happen) between the time you get your listing under contract (woo hoo!) through the day of closing (an even bigger WOO HOOOO!). 

The thing is... getting a listing under contract is nice, but it's sometimes the easiest part of the whole process. Today, buyers are nervous, lenders are fussy and your seller might not be tickled with his selling price, so holding the transaction together will require you to be on top of the dates and deadlines, and prepared to ward off problems before they become deal-breakers.

On Thursday, January 12th, we'll discuss all these things a listing agent should be doing during the contract-to-closing phase, based off of the SWS Listing-Under-Contract Checklist.

During the show we'll cover topics such as:

  • What you need to do immediately following contract execution
  • What you need to make sure your seller does immediately following contract execution
  • How, why, when and with whom to follow up throughout the process
  • Your role during the inspection period
  • Proactive steps to take to head off problems before they arise
  • What your responsibilities are prior to, during and after the closing
  • And... whatever else we think of to tell you about!

Sound like fun? If so, please mark your calendar and join us on January 12th!


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THE DETAILS
Date: Thursday, January 12th, 2012
Time: 8:00am Pacific / 9:00am Mountain / 10:00am Central / 11:00am Eastern  
Duration: 60 - 75 minutes
Equipment Needed: A computer with a high-speed connection and speakers or a telephone.
Cost: Free, but you must register, below. 

REGISTER FOR THE SHOW HERE

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