Sold! Above Market

Geoff Grist Author of Sold! Above Market, “Geoff Grist is the real estate agent selling for motivated vendors with high standards in the Mosman Neutral Bay area of Sydney Australia and Iis known for achieving results by having homes SOLD above market.”

What is the number one question that you get asked about buying a home?

What’s my home worth and have you got any buyers?

In Sold Above Market you mention ‘real estate agent speak’. What has been your experience with this lingo?

Real estate agents are notorious for using industry abbreviations and process names that may not be well known to sellers which fuels the mystery around selling so my book is designed to help educate sellers to make the process more transparent.

Do you think it’s important to find a real estate agent, or do you think this is something people can do on their own?

People will either have an agent in mind, often the one who sold them the home, or they won’t have a clue who to call so they need all the help they can get in finding the right agent not just the first agent they meet.

What was your inspiration for writing a book about the home buying process?

I find that the better educated sellers are about the process the smoother the whole transaction runs so my goal is to try and answer sellers questions before they even start which means they can make an informed decision about the right agent to sell for them.

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Selling real estate is extremely rewarding and to ensure you enjoy the very best real estate experience I have developed a six step process to sell your home in under 30 days. This is the very process I use to make my customers smile. – Geoff Grist

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Posted on November 16, 2015, in Interviews and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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