Anyone looking for the best way to separate themselves from the competition, this is how it's done.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) May 06, 2013
Foreclosure expert, Cameron Dunlap, shares a new video with investors that shows them how to work with buyers agents. When dealing with buyers agents, there are certain ones that are better to work with and ones that want to work with investors. Choosing the right buyers agent can be very profitable.
In this business, it's important to find the ones that "get it" and will work closely with investors because they can supply an endless amount of leads. Investors can usually tell who these "foreclosure specialists" are because their names can be found everywhere in real estate magazines and newspapers throughout the city.
In many cases, most buyer agents will want investors to sign a buyer agent agreement. For most individual home buyers, there are no problems with this. The buyers agent wants to make sure they get a commission for all the work they put in. It's the right thing to do as to insure individuals don't go around them and cut them out.
However, it's different for investors as the video explains. Investors need to read through the buyer agent agreements carefully. Investors need to be careful with the wording, because it's not always in the best interest to work with one agent. Any agent that understands the agreement will understand the investor's position and be fine with it.
Work on the oldest listings first, because all the other buyers don't follow up. According to Cameron, he estimates that 60% of his deals all came after the seller originally told him no. "Anyone looking for the best way to separate themselves from the competition, this is how it's done," says Cameron Dunlap. "Everytime an investor follows up, it also makes them more credible."
So, get these agents to send you market data, comps, etc and let them do what they do best.
For more information, visit http://www.camerondunlaprealestate.com.