Archive for August, 2012

Looking at It Through Another’s Eyes

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

[Today's post is contributed by VPA™ of Advisors Member Sean Carpenter] You’re a busy agent or you’re aspiring to be one. You go from appointment to appointment, return phone calls and emails as they occur and you feel like you’ve been putting out fires from sun up to sun down … Read More »

VPA™ TV | Qualifying Buyers

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

Canada’s first VPA™, Kelley Skar, talks about the importance of qualifying buyers – and how it involves more than just financial pre-approval… What Are People Saying About VPA™?

South Carolina: Another State with Lax Licensing Barriers

Monday, August 20th, 2012

Another One Slips Through the Cracks We just stumbled upon this tidbit on Inman.com: The Myrtle Beach Sun-News has published an editorial calling for the state of South Carolina to beef up its requirements to include criminal background checks for those applying for real estate licensing in the state. The editorial … Read More »

VPA™ TV | Online vs IRL Showings

Friday, August 17th, 2012

Sean Carpenter of Coldwell Banker King Thompson talks about the difference between online and “in real life” showings…and how we can best deal with this issue with our selling clients… What Are People Saying About VPA™?

VPA™ TV | Negotiability Myths

Monday, August 13th, 2012

VPA™ Kendyl Young talks about myths surrounding the negotiability of certain properties… What Are People Saying About VPA™?

VPA™ TV | Commit Yourself Fully

Friday, August 10th, 2012

David Wyrsch, Jr. of the Van Dyk Group talks about the importance of committing one’s self fully to the practice of selling real estate… What Are People Saying About VPA™?

VPA™ TV | Money Grab No More

Tuesday, August 7th, 2012

Danny Dietl talks about how his view of Verified Agent changed over time… and why he decided to become Minnesota’s first VPA™…. What Are People Saying About VPA™?

VPA™ TV | Most Signs Wins

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

VPA™ Kendyl Young talks about the myth surrounding the assumption that the agent with the most signs in a neighborhood is always the right choice for a seller. What Are People Saying About VPA™?