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Janice Traub , It should come as no surprise some agents are better than others. Some are downright incompetent. Whatever information you requested should have been provided in a timely manner. I am sorry you received unsatisfactory service. Please don't judge all agents by your experience.
i dont think its the information that is in question..but rather the agents response. there is very little info avail to agents that as a investor, we cannot glean ourselves. but the mls computer does spit it out into a nice little sheet in order :). get prepared to be disappointed by several agents.
A ton, and then another ton. And I work very fast. A buyer or seller calls, and I’m face to face ASAP.
Lack of communication is the biggest problem in this industry. Be sure to let the agent know your disappointment and think about that the next time you have a seller to refer. Maybe state your expectations up front and follow up yourself to see that it is a priority.
I'm a bit confused by the question. Providing information is my role but it's not the only service I provide. It is best delivered in a quality manner with people who want to utilize my services.
Whatever it takes to make a deal
As much as we do to any other buyer.
I provide as much info as they need and as fast as I can attain it
I provide what they ask for. Typically comps, a CAP Rate analysis and rental projections. I also evaluate under performing properties and estimates for repairs & upgrades if asked. Not all Realtors speak investor; that's why me being an investor for 10 years prior to a licensed Realtor has been an advantage for me. Did you ask for specifics? Some of that blame you need to own if you were not specific in expectations of data.
Depends on what is required per the contract.
As most of us have a set of guidlines it would be quickly.
It also depends on what time of day the request comes in.
I provide NO information to an investor.
To be crystal clear, I have no idea what you refer to by INFORMATION.
However, if an investor actually has guidelines I will fill in the blanks. What I have come to discover is every investor has their own set of 'ingenious' parameters and weight each element based on their goals, experience and resources. If the investor shares their experience, goals and resources FIRST I can provide more relevant data.
The last investing group (last week) actually had an app that made the data collection and deliver incredibly easy.
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I provide as much information as needed...and I do it in a timely fashion...
Sorry to hear that.
What kind of info are you looking for?
I give them everything I possible can Janice Traub ....I want them to make a great purchase!
Depends on the investment and what the investor is looking for. We always made sure that we knew what their objectives were, and often worked closely with their financial advisors when doing projections. A
As much as I can find out for them.
I'm not sure what you're really asking? Investors who are buyers get as much information as any other buyer?
Janice Traub Whatever they may need to make an informed decision. It's up to the investor to do their due diligence.
You must be responsive and provide all of the needed information for investors.