Real estate agency – Josh Adams Realtor http://joshadamsrealtor.com/ Tue, 10 May 2022 06:05:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://joshadamsrealtor.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/josh.png Real estate agency – Josh Adams Realtor http://joshadamsrealtor.com/ 32 32 Real estate agency boss spoofed in online billboards says they’re ‘hilarious’ https://joshadamsrealtor.com/real-estate-agency-boss-spoofed-in-online-billboards-says-theyre-hilarious/ Tue, 10 May 2022 06:05:00 +0000 https://joshadamsrealtor.com/real-estate-agency-boss-spoofed-in-online-billboards-says-theyre-hilarious/ The head of a Wellington-based estate agency, spoofed in an online poster campaign, says he finds many of the signs hilarious and respects people’s right to express their views. A website designed to look like the Lowe and Co agency has been created by three Wellington programmers and allows users to insert their own slogans […]]]>

The head of a Wellington-based estate agency, spoofed in an online poster campaign, says he finds many of the signs hilarious and respects people’s right to express their views.

A website designed to look like the Lowe and Co agency has been created by three Wellington programmers and allows users to insert their own slogans on the agency’s notice boards.

Contributors replaced ads with statements highlighting unaffordable home and rental prices and poor housing stock, all in the company’s white text on a black background.

It reads: “Are you looking for a place where your family can live? Sell ​​us your blood and we’ll think about it.

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A website was set up allowing users to spoof Lowe and Co billboards and advertisements around Wellington.

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A website was set up allowing users to spoof Lowe and Co billboards and advertisements around Wellington.

Another reads: “You see a housing crisis. We see an opportunity for portfolio expansion.

Lowe and Co chief executive Craig Lowe said the spoofing of the company’s billboards was surprising.

“It’s kind of humbling to be honest, to have gotten so much attention. From our perspective, that says a lot about the power of the brand,” Lowe said.

“It’s a pretty fun tool for people to get creative and humorous in creating classic memes and some of the ones for us are hilarious. If you can’t laugh at yourself, you don’t deserve no laughing at someone else.

Lowe said many of the billboards were unrelated to real estate agents, and a friend compared the parodies to the public’s adoption of Tui’s “yeah, that’s right” ads.

“Which I think is a great analogy. We’ve always been ironic with our billboards, and I think that’s just an extension of that.

Craig Lowe of Lowe & Co Realty says that in the housing market,

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Lowe & Co Realty’s Craig Lowe says that in the housing market, “history hasn’t repeated itself, but it has rhymed”, suggesting prices should level off at some point and then stay flat for a long time period.

One of the co-creators of the scam website, programmer and designer Mix Irving, said the website and app took him, fellow programmer Sam Muirhead and a third friend, who didn’t want to be named, about 10 days to create.

Two of the three creators owned homes, but Irving said they all had friends who failed to get on the ladder.

“It’s heartbreaking to see how their luck is turning and how inaccessible housing is for so many people,” Irving said.

“I think it’s a societal issue, we’re all poorer if some of us don’t have housing, you know?”

An Instagram post hosting an image of fake billboards had over 36,000 likes, a tweet on the page received 279 retweets.

The scam website says it was created because the creators thought “bragging about being greedy middlemen in a housing crisis was a bit out of place”.

“We thought about defacing the billboards, but it takes effort (some of them are very tall),” the website reads.

“Then we realized that we could give everyone the power to write their own messages; to shape our collective narrative.

In response to the “greedy” label, Lowe said he and his staff were always respectful that they worked in a difficult environment for first-time home buyers and where pricing had become exclusive.

“From our point of view, we are not influencing the market in one direction, but we are an easy target”

“At the end of the day, when you put yourself out there, you have to expect some people to come out with stuff that isn’t so nice, but we can laugh at ourselves at the same time – and that’s fine. also .”

“We care deeply that all generations can afford a home and we are happy to be part of the conversation about affordable housing.”

Dummy website for sale with proceeds going to housing projects

The faked website is also up for sale, with proceeds going to an organization improving housing affordability.

“As knowledgeable investors, we have added a great deal of value to this now luxurious and well-appointed estate,” it read.

“The current RV (rateable value) is approximately $10,000 and will only increase. The sale will be through a complex and opaque bidding process in the future. We are currently investigating local projects related to housing to donate the proceeds from the sale.

Irving said the trio planned to launch a tongue-in-cheek Trade Me auction.

They hadn’t decided which supplier to choose.

“We’re looking at some good games right now because I realize you can’t just throw money at random people,” Irving said.

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Real estate agency near Marianna, Florida achieves record sales in 2020 and 2021 https://joshadamsrealtor.com/real-estate-agency-near-marianna-florida-achieves-record-sales-in-2020-and-2021/ Mon, 02 May 2022 18:17:01 +0000 https://joshadamsrealtor.com/real-estate-agency-near-marianna-florida-achieves-record-sales-in-2020-and-2021/ Jim Roberts Realty, a real estate company based in Marianna, Florida, is proud to announce that it has achieved record sales for the years 2020 and 2021 thanks to the influx of people moving to rural areas of Florida and the company’s stellar reputation, backed by reviews and high rankings on Google. The real estate […]]]>

Jim Roberts Realty, a real estate company based in Marianna, Florida, is proud to announce that it has achieved record sales for the years 2020 and 2021 thanks to the influx of people moving to rural areas of Florida and the company’s stellar reputation, backed by reviews and high rankings on Google. The real estate company is currently the oldest and most trusted real estate agent in Jackson County, Florida and is respected among Central Panhandle Area (CPAR) real estate agents, in part due to the excellent reputation developed by founder Jim Roberts, which was ably continued by his son James “Robby” Roberts, who still directly oversees operations today. More information about the company can be gleaned by visiting their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/JimRobertsRealty/.

Robby Roberts is ably supported by his team, including Jim Gibbs, Rex Tyus, Angela Daniels and Clarice Boyette. They have been repeatedly voted the best in the area which is clearly the result of their hard work for every transaction.

Robby Roberts said: “Marianna Florida is a beautiful place and where I have always called home. Although things have changed over the years, we like to think it’s better in many ways because we’ve made good friendships with people we’ve helped buy and sell their dreams. It’s great to see the bright faces of community members when you know you’ve got a job well done and I couldn’t do it alone. My team is the best at the moment. We all have our own strengths and we help each other where we are needed. There are other good agents around but mine are the best!”

Those looking for houses for sale in Marianna can consult https://jimrobertsrealty.com/mls-search. The area offers good clean jobs, such as Green Circle Bio Energy wood pellet makers, Family Dollar Distribution Center, Chipola College, Sunland Training Center, which is Florida State’s facility for the mentally retarded, and more. In addition, Chipola College offers many activities throughout the year, such as sports, plays and performances from their theater department, concerts by renowned artists and performances from the orchestra. Symphony Keith Williams State Farm Insurance.

Marianna also has a lot to offer those who love the great outdoors. There are many opportunities for hunting, hiking, diving, fishing, horseback riding, skiing, etc. In the eastern part of the county is Lake Seminole with its many lakes, rivers, ponds and springs. To the north is Panama City Beach, to the west is Tallahassee, and to the south is Dothan, Alabama, which is a major commercial and medical community.

Meanwhile, Jackson County has several crystal springs, from Magnitude One Springs to smaller ones. The Chipola River is a good place for hunting, fishing, diving, and snorkeling and is where people can find Indian artifacts, prehistoric shark teeth, and Civil War artifacts.

Established in 1974, Jim Roberts Realty helps people find land and homes for sale in Marianna and Jackson County Florida. They are familiar with the Panhandle Florida real estate market, an area comprised of farmland, small rural communities and forests. The region is also rich in natural resources, such as spring-fed lakes and rivers. It also offers various benefits, such as a low crime rate, Southern hospitality, low cost of living, and “no state income taxes”. They have made it their goal to serve as a full-service real estate company serving Marianna, Jackson County, and neighboring counties. They were recently voted the best real estate agency in Marianna.

Those interested in learning more about Jim Roberts Realty can visit their website at https://jimrobertsrealty.com, or contact them by phone or e-mail. They are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday.

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For more information about Jim Roberts Realty, contact the company here:

Jim Roberts Real Estate
James M. (Robby) Roberts Jr.
850-718-7341
[email protected]
Office: 850 482 4635
4207 Lafayette Street
Marianna, FL 32446

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Hamilton’s Harcourts estate agency slammed for ‘nursing home’ property advert https://joshadamsrealtor.com/hamiltons-harcourts-estate-agency-slammed-for-nursing-home-property-advert/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 02:09:41 +0000 https://joshadamsrealtor.com/hamiltons-harcourts-estate-agency-slammed-for-nursing-home-property-advert/ Way of life April 29, 2022 1:28 a.m.3 minute read Next steps for Three Waters to be revealed, National wants the controversial Maori Quarters Bill dropped and waiting times drag on for new passports with increased travel in the latest headlines from the New Zealand Herald. Video / NZ Herald A Hamilton estate agency has […]]]>
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A Hamilton estate agency has come under fire online after it shared an ad that promised an elderly salesperson ‘won’t be coming home’ after going on assisted living.

The advert, placed for a property in the Hamilton suburb of Dinsdale, originally read: ‘LEAVING to a nursing home, NOT coming home.’

The blunt wording was criticized after a screenshot of the original ad was shared on social media site Reddit.

The image was posted with the caption: “Your daily reminder that real estate agents are garbage.”

“I’ve come to understand over time that most real estate agents are in over their heads,” one commenter wrote.

“This one obviously thinks that line is a marketing genius, whereas most people with a brain would find it a little weird at best, and offensive at worst.”

The original ad.
The original ad.

Another said he would be horrified if a family member’s property was marketed in this way.

Others said the ad showed “reptile-level empathy” and was “vulture.”

Campbell Scott, of Harcourts Hamilton, the agency behind the ad, said officers did not receive any complaints directly, but were shown the Reddit feed.

Scott said the property was originally marketed with an entirely different, less direct approach, and the change was prompted by the seller’s family’s decision to sell the house.

“This script was their choice,” Scott said. “They were totally comfortable with it.”

He said after seeing the response online, they had decided to “soften up” the wording but stressed that the elderly saleswoman was not at the end of her life, but had simply reached a stage where she was unable to care for herself safely in her own home.

The new ad omits the “not coming home” line, simply stating, “Went to a nursing home.”

He said the original wording was “confronting and blunt”, but estate agents were often accused of withholding or misrepresenting details and that certainly did not happen in this case.

Scott told the Herald he took issue with comments online suggesting the agency acted without the family’s permission, saying the seller was a ‘difficult old lady’ who fully agreed with the ad wording.

The house remains on the market.

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Long-time estate agency Invercargill merges with its biggest national competitor https://joshadamsrealtor.com/long-time-estate-agency-invercargill-merges-with-its-biggest-national-competitor/ Wed, 27 Apr 2022 02:07:00 +0000 https://joshadamsrealtor.com/long-time-estate-agency-invercargill-merges-with-its-biggest-national-competitor/ Wednesday, April 27, 2022, 2:07 p.m.Press release: Bayley One of Invercargill’s leading estate companies is merging to become part of New Zealand’s largest estate agency brand – in what will become Invercargill’s largest full-service estate agency. Southland Real Estate – which has operated successfully in Invercargill since 1993 – is merging as Bayleys Real Estate. […]]]>


One of Invercargill’s leading estate companies is merging to become part of New Zealand’s largest estate agency brand – in what will become Invercargill’s largest full-service estate agency.

Southland Real Estate – which has operated successfully in Invercargill since 1993 – is merging as Bayleys Real Estate. The merger officially ends in early June.

Southland Real Estate employs 24 sales and administration staff specializing in the residential and lifestyle real estate markets, with six additional staff operating in the residential property management sector overseeing over 450 properties. Meanwhile, Bayleys employs 10 sales and administration staff at its Invercargill office, with six additional staff serving the Southland region from the company’s Gore branch.

Both companies have major offices in the city center – Southland Real Estate in the two-storey corner site at 169-171 Dee Street and Bayleys in the modern corporate tower at 173 Spey Street.

The merger will be a seamless process for Southland Real Estate sellers and owners who currently list their properties with the agency – with their listing and all marketing simply passing over to the new entity.

Bayleys Southland director David Gubb said the merger with Southland Real Estate reflects both agencies’ long-term visions for the province…based on decades of continued population and economic growth. It would also unify their sales teams not only in Invercargill, but also in the satellite townships of Winton and Riverton where both agencies have a presence.

“We are delighted to have the Southland Real Estate stable join the Bayleys brand. The company has a well-deserved reputation in Invercargill, Winton and Riverton, which will be enhanced by accessing Bayleys extensive industry-leading back-office support services, such as national print and digital marketing, in conjunction with a strong referral program community both locally and nationally,” Mr. Gubb said.

“With the support of Bayleys national and international marketing initiatives, the Southland Real Estate team joining the brand will now be able to add even more value to their supplier relationships, ensuring that maximum value is achieved. for their suppliers in the sales process.

“It will certainly be an exciting time for Southland’s residential and lifestyle real estate sectors.”

Bayleys Southland is part of Bayleys Real Estate – New Zealand’s largest full-service estate agency with a network of 90 offices nationwide, employing over 2,000 sales and support staff nationwide.

Southland Real Estate director and company founder Gus Johnston said Bayleys Southland Real Estate’s proposed dual-brand business reflected the respect both parties had for each other, the team of sale of the new agency remaining committed to the region – and looking forward to working under such a prestigious, nationally branded agency.

“Bayleys marketing initiatives and operational resources were really interesting for us. They underpin what is now New Zealand’s leading estate agency – with over 45 years of experience in the market. The ‘arsenal’ of tools in the Bayleys Marketing Kit is truly exceptional, and we look forward to introducing them to our customers in the years to come,” Johnston said.

The latest property sales statistics from the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand indicate that the median selling price of residential properties sold in Southland increased by 7.3% in the year to March 2022, from 410 $000 to $440,000 over a 12 month period.

David Gubb concluded: “It is exactly this type of growth data that prompted Southland Real Estate to focus its business in the Southland region approximately 29 years ago, and why Bayleys sees such a bright future for the region. “

Under the auspices of Bayleys Queenstown, the agency has grown significantly in the Southland and Otago areas over the past six years – merging operations with real estate agencies such as Rentals in Queenstown, Metro in Dunedin and Newman Real Estate in Arrowtown, while also opening branches in Cromwell, Winton – ensuring the Bayleys brand is the dominant player and is well placed to provide a superior level of service throughout the Lower South Island.

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The real estate agency market is booming around the world – themobility.club https://joshadamsrealtor.com/the-real-estate-agency-market-is-booming-around-the-world-themobility-club/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 10:34:33 +0000 https://joshadamsrealtor.com/the-real-estate-agency-market-is-booming-around-the-world-themobility-club/ A report on real estate agencies has been released which provides an overview of the global real estate agency industry along with a detailed explanation that provides plenty of information. The definition of the product/service as well as the different applications of this product/service in the different sectors of end-user real estate agencies can be […]]]>

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Estate agency slammed after bragging about ‘negotiating’ rent increase for Brisbane tenant https://joshadamsrealtor.com/estate-agency-slammed-after-bragging-about-negotiating-rent-increase-for-brisbane-tenant/ Fri, 22 Apr 2022 07:10:47 +0000 https://joshadamsrealtor.com/estate-agency-slammed-after-bragging-about-negotiating-rent-increase-for-brisbane-tenant/ Real estate agency slammed after bragging online about ‘negotiating’ rent increase for tenant of $90 a week Realtor brags he landed ‘win-win’ rent of $90 a week The QLD tenants’ lawyer said the sum was a ‘very, very large rent increase to absorb’ Cash-strapped tenants in store for more pain as house and apartment rents […]]]>

Real estate agency slammed after bragging online about ‘negotiating’ rent increase for tenant of $90 a week

  • Realtor brags he landed ‘win-win’ rent of $90 a week
  • The QLD tenants’ lawyer said the sum was a ‘very, very large rent increase to absorb’
  • Cash-strapped tenants in store for more pain as house and apartment rents rise

A tenants’ lawyer exposed a real estate agency that bragged about making a deal for a landlord who saw a tenant pay an extra $90 a week.

The message from the Brisbane agency described the deal as “a real win-win” for both parties.

Bees Nees City Realty boasted that it negotiated the rent hike paid by the tenants, who had been in the house since 2016.

It comes as tenants in Brisbane face a grim reality with a report on the estate’s rents revealing a price increase – the biggest in the city’s history – of 14.9 per cent, or $65, at the during the year preceding March.

Penny Carr, CEO of Tenants Queensland, blasted the social media post, saying it was “callous” for Bees Nees City Realty to say it was a “win-win” situation as the City tenants struggle with limited vacancies and inflated rents.

The post boasted that the owners of a house (pictured) had secured a $90-a-week rent increase without changing tenants, as Brisbane's rent hikes are proving a boon for landlords, but not so much for city ​​tenants.

The post boasted that the owners of a house (pictured) had secured a $90-a-week rent increase without changing tenants, as Brisbane’s rent hikes are proving a boon for landlords, but not so much for city ​​tenants.

Unit prices were not far behind, with an annual increase of 7.5 percent.

The now-deleted post said the landlords got the raise without switching tenants, an idea that’s a boon for landlords but not so much for the city’s unfortunate tenants.

Penny Carr, CEO of Tenants Queensland, dismissed the idea that a tenant would be happy with such a ‘massive rent increase’.

“I think they live in a parallel universe to the one I live in, because I don’t know any tenant who thinks a $90-a-week rent increase is a happy outcome.” Ms Carr told Daily Mail Australia.

“It’s very insensitive for an agency to say it’s a win-win situation for all parties.”

Low inventory, Covid-hit housing development and high levels of migration from other states have been blamed for compounding the city’s rental woes, and insiders say there’s more to come .

“These are rental dynamics that Brisbane hasn’t seen in a long time,” Areas said the head of economics and research, Dr Nicola Powell.

“I think there are a variety of different things going on; when you look at the latest population statistics – we have the highest growth of any state and the driver of that growth has been interstate migration.

“Then when you see the vacancy rate so tight, rents will only keep going up.” It’s really a landlord’s market and there’s just no choice for renters.

Low stock, Covid-hit housing development and high levels of migration from other states have been blamed for exacerbating Brisbane's rental woes, and insiders say there's more to come.

Low stock, Covid-hit housing development and high levels of migration from other states have been blamed for exacerbating Brisbane’s rental woes, and insiders say there’s more to come.

Ms. Carr said tenants didn’t have much flexibility due to the city’s tight market for vacant homes and tenants had been forced to keep their heads down.

“We’re seeing a lot of rent increases, probably most often between $30 and $60 a week, but we’ve definitely seen some with this [$90] also amount.

“So many people don’t want to speak up or act on their rights, or hold their heads up because they’re just too afraid of being kicked out of this market,” Ms Carr said.

She advised tenants if they receive an exorbitant rent increase to seek free advice from Queensland tenants and inform themselves as much as possible.

She also advocated for stricter tenancy laws and for social housing to become more available.

Bees Nees City Realty has been contacted for comment by Daily Mail Australia.

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Stefon Bertram opens Sydney’s newest premium real estate agency, Pello https://joshadamsrealtor.com/stefon-bertram-opens-sydneys-newest-premium-real-estate-agency-pello/ Tue, 19 Apr 2022 04:29:15 +0000 https://joshadamsrealtor.com/stefon-bertram-opens-sydneys-newest-premium-real-estate-agency-pello/ The Pello website went live over the Easter weekend with a number of other rosters to add to the site, as well as other news from new team members. The announcement: pello, a new model premium real estate agency, focused on mastering market segments in terms of price and location, has officially opened its doors. […]]]>

The Pello website went live over the Easter weekend with a number of other rosters to add to the site, as well as other news from new team members.

The announcement:

pello, a new model premium real estate agency, focused on mastering market segments in terms of price and location, has officially opened its doors.

Founded by Sydney’s leading estate agent and high performance business coach Stefon Bertram, Pello is launching with agencies in three highly competitive Lower North Shore, Upper North Shore and Northern Suburb markets. from Sydney – Mosman, Gladesville and Wahroonga.

Pello’s services include both property sales and property management. It will start by offering over 125 in-market and off-market listings to potential buyers.

Over the past 12 months, Pello’s specialist agents have sold a total of 500 properties north of Harbor Bridge worth over $1 billion.

Mr. Bertram said Pello’s unique operating system is built around market segment expertise, a high performance culture and custom in-house technology.

“Pello offers a new approach for sellers where each member of our team is a dedicated expert in a specific price and lifestyle segment,” said Pello Group CEO Stefon Bertram.

“Our agents maintain a disciplined local focus in their price range and become specialists, rather than dispersing across multiple price ranges and property types.

“This is a clear point of difference from the prevailing industry model of multiple agents or teams with multiple leaders (EBUs) within the same agency competing on different price points.

“By mastering and dealing exclusively within one price segment, Pello agents have the expertise and intimate knowledge necessary to achieve exceptional sales results for all clients.

“We believe this targeted system will help us stand out in a crowded market by providing the specialization and proficiency our customers and teams deserve,” Bertram said.

All Pello agents are supported by the group’s Peloton System & Mastery Coaching, with in-house technology supporting accountability, workflow and future data. This includes a single, high-performing support team in each office.

Mr. Bertram said that while the short-term goal is firmly to build strong customer relationships and great business in the inaugural Pello locations, the long-term goal is to establish 20 Pello branches across the high-end real estate markets across Australia.

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Should I register with more than one real estate agency in a difficult market? https://joshadamsrealtor.com/should-i-register-with-more-than-one-real-estate-agency-in-a-difficult-market/ Tue, 12 Apr 2022 17:00:00 +0000 https://joshadamsrealtor.com/should-i-register-with-more-than-one-real-estate-agency-in-a-difficult-market/ Medienstürmer There are pros and cons to working with more than one agency. Belinda Moffat is the Chief Executive of the REA, the independent government agency that regulates the conduct of property professionals in New Zealand. Q: Hello Belinda. We need to put our house on the market, but we fear that the prices will […]]]>
There are pros and cons to working with more than one agency.

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There are pros and cons to working with more than one agency.

Belinda Moffat is the Chief Executive of the REA, the independent government agency that regulates the conduct of property professionals in New Zealand.

Q: Hello Belinda. We need to put our house on the market, but we fear that the prices will go down and the days needed to sell will increase. Is it a good idea in a market like this to refer to a few agencies rather than just one, to increase the chances of finding a buyer?

A: Working with one or more agencies is a matter of personal choice – there is no definitive “right answer” for all circumstances.

In theory, a multi-agency approach means that the property could be seen by a greater number of potential buyers, and therefore could have a better chance of selling sooner or, depending on the level of competition, at a higher price. . However, this type of arrangement carries risks, as no licensed (“licensee”) real estate professional is solely responsible for marketing the property.

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In a slowing market, you need to weigh how your choice of listing arrangement incentivizes licensees to operate.

Will you benefit from licensees competing for the sale, or will an exclusive deal encourage the licensee to find the best deal rather than getting a sale as soon as possible to avoid missing out altogether?

Belinda Moffat of REA says there is no one size fits all when it comes to selling your home.

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Belinda Moffat of REA says there is no one size fits all when it comes to selling your home.

The important thing to remember is that both options require you and your chosen agency(ies) to sign a legal contract.

These contracts, known as agency or “listing” agreements, are legally binding, so it’s a good idea to seek advice from your lawyer before signing (and, under the code of conduct we oversee at REA, licensees are required to inform you of this recommendation).

Each agency will work with you to arrange open viewings, and they may all market the property differently.

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Each agency will work with you to arrange open viewings, and they may all market the property differently.

If you opt for a “general agency contract”, this allows you to give several agencies the right to market and sell your property. You will be required to sign a General Agency Agreement with each agency you decide to sign up with. Each agency will work with you to arrange open viewings, and they may all market the property differently. With multiple relationships to manage, this tends to be a more complex arrangement for you as a supplier, so be sure to factor this into your decision making. It is important to take the time to understand what commission may be due to each licensee.

As the name suggests, a sole or “exclusive” agency agreement gives a licensee or agency the exclusive right to market and sell your property. If you sign a sole agency contract, you must not sign another agency contract (sole or general) with another licensee until you have canceled the first contract in writing, otherwise you may have to pay a commission to all licensees, regardless of who made the sale.

A multi-agency approach means the property could be seen by more potential buyers - in theory.

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A multi-agency approach means the property could be seen by more potential buyers – in theory.

Be sure to check what happens when the exclusive agency contract ends. Some sole agency contracts become general agency contracts after a certain period of time – this means that you will also have to cancel the general agency contract if you no longer wish to work with this agency. If the exclusive agency contract is for a residential property and for a duration of more than 90 days, the seller or the concessionaire may terminate the contract at any time after these 90 days.

When a general or exclusive agency agreement is terminated, the licensee must provide you with a list of the people they have introduced to the property. If you eventually sell to one of these people, the licensee may be entitled to a commission.

Whether you choose an agency or take the general agency approach, the Real Estate Authority recommend to use agencies that use standard REA clauses in their agency contracts. These clauses help protect you by clearly indicating when the agreement ends and when you must pay a commission.

For more information on what to expect when working with a real estate professional, visit REA’s consumer advice site Settled.govt.nz. Have a question for Belinda? Email homed@stuff.co.nz

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Real Estate Agency Software Market 2022 Outlook Analysis by Major Key Players https://joshadamsrealtor.com/real-estate-agency-software-market-2022-outlook-analysis-by-major-key-players/ Tue, 12 Apr 2022 01:54:17 +0000 https://joshadamsrealtor.com/real-estate-agency-software-market-2022-outlook-analysis-by-major-key-players/ New Jersey, United States,- The global Real Estate Agency Software Market is comprehensively and thoroughly examined in the report, focusing on the competitive landscape, regional growth, market segmentation, and market dynamics. For the preparation of this in-depth research study, we have used the latest primary and secondary research techniques. The report provides Porter’s Five Forces […]]]>

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NS hires real estate agency for affordable housing study – Halifax https://joshadamsrealtor.com/ns-hires-real-estate-agency-for-affordable-housing-study-halifax/ Fri, 08 Apr 2022 16:34:19 +0000 https://joshadamsrealtor.com/ns-hires-real-estate-agency-for-affordable-housing-study-halifax/ The Nova Scotia government says it will study the extent of the need for affordable housing in the province. With a contract worth $406,310, Halifax-based real estate firm Turner Drake & Partners Ltd. will “study housing needs” across Nova Scotia. “The company will assess current and future housing needs in urban and rural areas, help […]]]>

The Nova Scotia government says it will study the extent of the need for affordable housing in the province.

With a contract worth $406,310, Halifax-based real estate firm Turner Drake & Partners Ltd. will “study housing needs” across Nova Scotia.

“The company will assess current and future housing needs in urban and rural areas, help identify the number of households that currently lack safe and affordable housing for a variety of reasons, and propose solutions,” reads a statement. Friday press release.

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Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister John Lohr said in the statement that the province needs to increase housing supply to meet demand.

Although housing advocates have called for a permanent rent cap and the reinstatement of the renovation ban, Premier Tim Houston and his Progressive Conservative government have focused on housing supply.

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“We also need reliable, up-to-date information on where and what the needs are so the province and municipalities can make informed policy decisions,” Lohr said.


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“This study will provide us with that data and respond to the Nova Scotia Affordable Housing Commission’s recommendation to improve the information available on the rental housing market in Nova Scotia.

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The province’s 2021-22 budget included $35 million to create 1,100 new affordable housing units across the province, as well as 425 rent supplements.

As part of that budget, the province announced in late March that a Halifax developer would get nearly $22 million from the government to help create 373 new affordable housing units.

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Lohr said funding from Clayton Developments would make the units available as part of an 875-unit development at Dartmouth.

17,000 units missing

At the end of March, the Minister of Housing granted special designation to nine areas of the Halifax area with the aim of accelerating the development of no less than 22,600 new residential units.

Lohr told reporters the move was essential because of the severe housing shortage in greater Halifax, adding that it could cut months or even years off the approval time for developments in some cases.

At the time, the province said it estimated the Halifax area was short by at least 17,000 homes — a figure that Lohr said is growing.

Earlier this week, the Nova Scotia government also announced a $203,500 grant to a Habitat for Humanity affordable housing project. The organization has launched a development to “make home ownership a reality for 70 families” in Spryfield, Nova Scotia.

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The province’s 2022-23 budget contains an additional $15 million with funding for 550 new rent supplements, the province said.

According to Friday’s statement, Turner Drake & Partners Ltd. will also explore the need for student housing in Nova Scotia communities with at least one university or college campus.

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“Good decisions are the result of collecting and using good data,” Amanda McDougall, president of the Federation of Nova Scotia Municipalities, said in the release.

“We are excited that the province is moving forward with the collection of crucial data that is needed to plan for sustainable and affordable housing in our communities.

A final report of the results of this study is expected in one year.

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Additionally, the province has hired Akoma Holdings to assess the housing needs of African Nova Scotian communities, he added.

Earlier this year, Akoma Holdings already received funding from the federal and provincial governments to provide affordable housing for African Nova Scotians in the Preston area.

“For too long, black people in Nova Scotia have faced housing challenges due to systemic racism,” Veronica Marsman, property manager at Akoma Holdings, said in the statement.

“From fractured land titles to basic infrastructure, our community has been neglected and bypassed in the housing market and now in crisis…AKOMA is proud to be part of this initiative to break down those barriers and build Black families.”

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— With files from The Canadian Press and Alex Cooke.

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