In a recent survey of real estate agents, we asked, “how do you recommend using a Housefax Report to sell more homes?” Results showed that 8 out of 10 agents recommend providing a Housefax Report during an Open House. It’s an easy yet powerful way to build confidence.
The following infographic reveals 6 ways successful agents are using Housefax Reports today. If you’re ready to get started, check out Housefax PRO, a service for real estate agents who want to take their business to the next level with personalized Housefax Reports.
It’s Halloween time and that means the haunted house industry is in full swing. People will stand in line for hours to get a good scare. It’s a fun thrill when you know it’s fake, but nobody really wants to live in a scary house. Even if you don’t believe in monsters and ghosts, there are plenty of things that can be frightening as a homeowner.
Age and Maintenance History
Older houses have a lot of charm and features you won’t find in a new build. But they can also require a lot of upkeep due to normal deterioration. In addition, there are some things you should be aware of if a house was built during a certain period. Homes built:
- Before 1978 may contain lead-based paint
- Before 1980 may contain asbestos
- Between 1978 and 1995 and may contain unsafe polybutylene-based piping
Get the ‘Fax: Just for fun, we ran a Housefax Report on the home featured in “The Exorcist” movie. See for yourself how scary it is…
With Housefax, walls can talk
Ouch. Here we go again. Another “for sale” sign hammered into my front lawn (I never get used to it). I wonder what new adventures await next? In 40 years I’ve certainly experienced a lot. Here’s my story.