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My listing presentation is a way to help you discover what you need and want. If my services can help me meet your needs and wantsthen working together may be the solution. I will provide you with my …

My listing presentation is a way to help you discover what you need and want. If my services can help me meet your needs and wantsthen working together may be the solution. I will provide you with my mission statement, marketing plan, pricing plan and some statistics about different types of homebuyer(s)

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  • 1. ENTER HERE
  • 2. Section 1   Miller Realty Services  About LaShea Miller  About MRED MLS Board Section 2   Marketing Plan  Pricing Plan  Seller’s Expectations  Homebuyers Profile
  • 3. Miller Realty Services is a real estate  company that offers commercial and residential real estate services to individuals and companies. Provides the most accurate and current  market data, expert market analysis and unparalleled real estate advice to its clients.
  • 4. Miller Realty Services strives to explore  the most current technology and marketing ideas to make our company the best while maintaining industry standards
  • 5. The mission of Miller Realty Services is to  make real estate services as hassle-free as possible while maintaining the highest level of customer service and ethics.
  • 6. Real Estate Agent since 2000  Real Estate Broker since 2007  Executive Level certificate in Project  Management, Loyola University B.S. Criminal Justice, Loyola University  of Chicago 1990 B.S. Real Estate Studies, Marylhurst  University 2004
  • 7. M.S. Real Estate & Construction  Management , University of Denver Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE)  Certified Property Distress Expert  (CPDE) (working on designation) Adhere to the NAR Code of Ethics 
  • 8. My goal as a real estate broker is to  provide my clients, peers and consumers with uncomprised customer service using the highest standards, expertise, latest technology, and enthusiasm.
  • 9. How am I able to service my clients ? There  are several ways that I provide the best customer service to my clients: 1. Actively listen to the needs of my clients. 2. Be available 24 x 7 3. Answer questions quickly and thoroughly 4. Educate them in making the best choices and decisions.
  • 10. To market your property in the most  thorough and professional manner. To provide guidance, assistance and  advice throughout the entire process until close of escrow. To attract the highest price possible for  your property
  • 11. To help you prepare your home for sale.  To help you select the best price to ask.  To ensure maximum exposure to  prospects. To qualify prospective buyers. 
  • 12. Midwest Real Estate Data LLC is the listing  service for the Northern Illinois Realtor Associations. MRED promotes your property to other brokers and their buyers by personally inputting your listing and all pertinent data into. The number of agents who have access to your listing is massive.
  • 13. A picture(s) of your home will be submitted  to MRED, so agents and their buyers may view your home on the computer screen in the comfort of their home. Creating, distributing and making available  to agents and buyers professional color information sheets featuring a picture of the property. Along with the property specs (quot;nuts and boltsquot; items such as bedrooms, baths, square footage, lot size, price, etc.), highlights and features describing the home will be listed. You have the option of placing your listing  on Realtor.com and other internet sites.
  • 14. Advertise you property effectively as  possible. Expose your property to as many  places as possible Offer constructive feedback and  track your property’s activity through weekly reports. Advertise your property on high-traffic  websites to increase your visibility and exposure.
  • 15. Backpage.com  Realtor.com  Zillow.com  Trulia.com  Craiglist.com  Facebook.com  Twitter.com  Hotpads.com  Realtor’s own website 
  • 16. Myspace.com  Oodle.com  Vast.com  Frontdoor.com  Google Base  Local.com  Sawitonline.com  Virtual Tour.com 
  • 17. Elegant professional website  presentations Automatically generated full screen  high-impact Virtual Tour Slide Show Automatic language translation  Unlimited digital photos  Click to Call button  Mobile site (mobi) automatically created  100% exclusive focus on their property 
  • 18. Text Message Mobile Marketing  automatically included Comprehensive web site stats  Sites have multiple lead capture  methods 24 hours, 7 days a week advertising  and virtual quot;Open Housequot; Massive Exposure of listing across the  Internet *Information, benefits and features obtained from SPS website. 
  • 19. I will include your listing and home  features on several social media sites:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn  Plaxo  Ecademy  Friendfeed
  • 20. Your property will be listed as a featured  listing on our company website(s) and Individual agent website(s)
  • 21. I will hold open houses.  I will mail direct marketing materials to  targeted home buyers.  I will advertise your properties on high-traffic Web sites to increase your home’s visibility and exposure  Your property will be available to view 24/7 online where potential home buyers can reach me and I will respond promptly— I never miss an opportunity to market your home!
  • 22. Exclusive Listing Agreement  Mold Disclosure  Lead-Based Paint and/or Lead-Based  Paint Hazards Disclosure of Information on Radon  Hazards Residential Real Property Disclosure  Report Additional Riders as Needed 
  • 23. Comparative Market Analysis (CMA)  Comparable properties in the area, usually using the Multiple Listing Service. This includes: Properties that have sold and closed within  the last 3 months Active listings - properties currently for sale  Pending sales - listings that have sold but  not yet closed Selling Price suggestions etc. 
  • 24. The following statistics are different  profiles of homebuyers in 2008. These statistics are used to give you a  overview of what types of homebuyers are currently available and what these buyers are looking for. These statistics were provided by the  National Association of Realtors.
  • 25. The typical US homebuyer is 39 years of  age. The median age of the typical  homebuyer in the Midwest is 38 years of age.
  • 26. The median income of US homebuyers  was $74,900 The typical buyer income ranged from  $70,800 in the Midwest
  • 27. The adult composition of home buyer  households in 2008 was nearly identical to the composition in 2007.  There was a slight decrease in the percent of married couple home buyers and an increase in the percent of single male home buyers.  One-third of home buyers are singles, and the remaining two-thirds of buyers are couples.
  • 28. Three-fifths of home buyers do not  have any children under 18 residing in the household.  The majority of home buyers with children have one or two. They comprise 16 and 15 percent of the buyers.  Those with three or more children are 7 percent of the buyers.
  • 29. As affordability improves but sales slow, it is  more difficult for current homeowners to sell their homes. First-time buyers are a larger share of  purchasers now 41 percent. First-time buyers in the Midwest (41 percent)  are a slightly smaller share of the market than last year. In all other regions, and nationally, first-time buyers became a larger segment of the market.
  • 30. Married couples make up the largest  group of both first-time and repeat home buyers.  Single female buyers accounted for nearly twice as large a share as single male buyers for both first-time buyers and repeat buyers.  Unmarried couples were a greater share of first-time buyers (12 percent) than repeat buyers (4 percent).
  • 31. (866)808-0023 or lasheamiller@msn.com