How to Handle Inbound Calls from IBHC

#103 How to Handle Inbound Calls from IBHC

In this episode, Bill shares how to handle inbound calls from IBHC (I Buy Houses Cash) signs. Furthermore, he shares where and when to put up IBHC signs. Also, he shares how to get them and how to handle responses from them. Lastly, Bill invites you to subscribe to both Dwanderful and Investor’s Edge University. Finally, remember that champions never …

How to Handle A Fearful Homeowner

#100 How to Handle a Fearful Homeowner

How to handle a fearful homeowner is a valuable technique that Bill shares in this episode. In fact, he shares everything you need to know about the modes that homeowners go through. Also, how you can be the calming force that makes them feel comfortable. Furthermore, he goes through important conversational scripts and shares about language based training that he …

Why Is the Assessed Value Different Than What the Realtor Says My Home Is Worth?

Assessing the value of a home when putting it on the market with a realtor is affected by a number of factors. There are two numbers to consider when selling your home: assessed value versus market value. In some cases, assessed value and market value may be similar. But in general, the assessed value will be lower than the market …

Buying Pre-Foreclosures

Pre-foreclosures are known as properties that have reached the final stages before they get repossessed or taken back by the lender or bank.  The owner is still in complete control of the property or home, although the bank or lender will repossess the home if the owner doesn’t attempt to rectify the situation.  Normally, if the owner makes things right …

What Is a Short Sale?

“. In the course of looking for a dream home, prospective buyers will often hear the term “short sale”.  No, it does not mean you can move in right away. A short sale refers to the owner of the house being willing to sell the house for less than its market value. A short sale can potentially be a good …

What Are Closing Expenses and Am I Responsible for Paying Them?

Closing expenses, or closings costs, are part of the process of finalizing the sale of a house. In some cases, the closing costs might be paid by the seller, and in other cases by the buyer. It will depend on the nature of the fees, and how good a deal the parties negotiate with one another. Seller Closing Costs If …

How Does the Inspection Phase Work?

The inspection phase of a home will vary from county to county, but in general, all inspections will involve evaluating certain aspects of the home before a seller can sell their home to a prospective buyer. Health and safety are important considerations. Basic amenities expected of a modern building should also be in place and functioning properly. Inspections are crucial …