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I've read a bit here and there in the forums about real estate agents working with us. I'd like to get a clearer picture of how we could partner with these people to get more deals. I have a few agents that I have recently begun to form relationships with and am wondering if and how you work with agents to present a win-win scenario. I think new agents might be more willing to work with us. Any thoughts?
Hey All! I am so happy to have gotten the L/O course! Sure enough I have some questions---many---but here's just a few: 1) I read somewhere here NOT to use the word sublet---right?? 2) In Calif. there are many qualifications to be a "property manager". I think this could cause a snag in the ease of the conversation. And too I know that occasionally realtors call on ads---or I may call on one of their props. I ran into this years ago. They get super ticked off (to put it nicely) that we are doing the job of a realtor without a license. How do you handle this? Maybe use a different word than property manager? 3) In marketing materials has anyone run into a problem with offering a referral fee? 4) What determines how long you want your rent term to be for your t/b. I've heard 1 yr, 3 yrs etc. Is there an advantage for me to have a longer period? Or is the point that I get a 3 yr from the seller and then give the t/b 1 yr at a time? What percentage of them squawk at the additional option money required to extend their lease for another year? Do you just kiss them goodbye if they do? I will not always be this ocd : !! Thanks!