Filthy Is a “4 Letter” Word When Selling a Home

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First Year Realtor proves that a “Filthy” home does not have to be a four letter word. Judy Marsh received a call from a frustrated seller who could not sell his home in over a year. Judy took on the challenge and sold the home in 35 days by using technology as an objective way to show the seller good and bad feedback.

Judy Marsh, a Realtor in her first year, has already learned how to turn expired listings into a quick sale using a revolutionary technology called Homefeedback.com. By showing the seller an objective view of potential buyer’s opinions she was able to take a home that had been on the market for over 1 year and sell it in 35 days.

Judy answered an incoming call from a very angry man who stated that his agent told him his home was, “filthy.” His home had not sold in the year that the agent had the listing. “I knew that I had an opportunity and a challenge,” stated Judy. “I remembered receiving a feedback request from Homefeedback.com and thought it would be a great tool to introduce to this seller.” It wasn’t long before the owner of the property and all those living in the home started to do their part by improving the areas of the home identified as issues in the feedback responses. “By allowing the seller to see what the showing agents and buyers were saying about the property without me having to say a word was more powerful than I ever imagined” said Judy.

In 31 days Judy had received a great offer, escrow closed 35 days later, April 7, 2006. Judy states, “I love Homefeedback.com. It is a powerful Realtor tool.”

Homefeedback.com is an automated feedback system that has been helping Real Estate Agents since 2000. Homefeedback.com helps automate the gathering of feedback on properties for sale, while keeping the owner of the property informed of all feedback requests and responses through an online account set up for the owner. For more information please visit; http://www.homefeedback.com

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