What we do differently.

10. What exactly is your agents Adspend

Internet advertising is not cheap. I spent over $6000 to get my last listing sold. 

I'm happy to show credit card receipts :)

Most agents spend almost 0 (and the results show it)

Happy to discuss in person where it goes.

 

9. Video = engagement

"I have nice pictures taken" doesn't cut it anymore.

It's  2019 and its all about video. 

The point is to get the investor to watch the video on a website I have.

Then we can retarget them based on how much of it they have watched.

For example: This Video of a property we sold was watched more than 7000 times 

I want this to be crystal clear. This DOESN’T HAPPEN TO A PROPERTY FOR FREE

I invest THOUSANDS in marketing my properties, which is why I have a 100% success rate.


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Retargeting

Marketing the property to potential customers using the software.

 We have an incredibly attractive ad made for the property and it drives the traffic back to the webpage.

 Causing the buyer to think about your property again and again and again.

  Ever been in love and you can't stop thinking about the girl? That's exactly what this type of advertising makes buyers for your home do.

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These are examples of retargeting advertisements we have used for our clients to successfully sell their homes. The point is to drive interested parties back again and again to the website for your home.




7. High net worth network:

 I've been doing this for a long time in Santa Monica and West Hollywood and  I have many clients in a database, many successful realtors who have sold properties just like yours are close friends,  and Keller Williams is also the largest real estate company in the country, and that matters. I always see expired listings listed with smaller brokers and brokerages

We are the largest brokerage in the country in terms of:

Total dollar volume sold

Total number of homes sold

Total number of agents

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6. Multilingual advertising

I have a Chinese agent on my team, and 4 out of the last 10 deals I did last year were to Chinese investors. I have the advertising translated into Chinese, Arabic, Japanese, and Korean. 

A couple of those deals the listing agent didn't speak any English and would never have come had we not had the listing translated

 

5. I answer my phone.

Do you know how many agents don't answer the phone and don't return calls? Drives me crazy. What are they doing? As your point of contact I'm available, friendly, and represent your property well. 

 

4. Back up offer

Once I get an offer I work like hell to get a backup. That puts tons of pressure on the buyer to perform and if he/she doesn't it gives you choices.

30% of properties are falling out of escrow

Hear what Danielle and Bill Have to say about Back up offers in this video.





 

3. AOAUSA-

Does your agent advertise to the Apartment Owners of Southern California Association members?

 It's very possible that your buyer will have other units. I send postcards, email, and call. 

These are great buyers of properties and they tend to be older, experienced and high net worth. They also don’t use the internet much. You have to bring the deal to them.

 

2. Focused, Qualified, and Motivated.

Many agents want to be actors, models, rock stars, ballerinas, drummers

There is nothing wrong with ANY of those professions. They’re great.

If I was selling my largest investment I want someone who is FOCUSED LIKE A LASER ON REAL ESTATE.

I am focused on my business and able to work on getting your property sold. I don't have any kids and don't need much vacation time.

Thats why I have a 100% success rate. I have Sold every property that was listed with me

I'm not distracted. I'm focused like a laser on getting it sold. Frankly, It takes work, following up, scheduling showings, setting up advertising campaigns, with people and I do that work.

 

1. Negotiation 

 

My clients will tell you that I am a tough but friendly negotiator able to walk the fine line of keeping the deal together and making sure that you win. 

The book "never split the difference" about negotiation is a great read, written by Chris Voss, who was an FBI hostage negotiator. It's now the at the top of the New York times charts for business books. 

Because of this, we have broken the record for the highest sale price in multiple areas. 

We have a track record of success in your area. 

With Lead International  FBI  Hostage negotiator and New York Times Bestselling author of “Never Split the difference” Chris Voss after his excellent seminar on Negotiating Principles.

With Lead International FBI Hostage negotiator and New York Times Bestselling author of “Never Split the difference” Chris Voss after his excellent seminar on Negotiating Principles.


 

Read our Testimonials from past sellers and buyers here: https://www.epicpropertygroup.com/what-we-do/ 

Would you be willing to meet for a few minutes so that I can answer any questions you have?

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Andrew Robarge has been a licensed salesperson with Keller Williams since  2005 .  He is in the  top 1%  for California of all agents for production.  He is currently on the  Agent Leadership Council  for the company  He enjoys mentoring new agents and Keller Williams has been recognized as the top training origination in the country.

Andrew Robarge has been a licensed salesperson with Keller Williams since 2005.

He is in the top 1% for California of all agents for production.

He is currently on the Agent Leadership Council for the company

He enjoys mentoring new agents and Keller Williams has been recognized as the top training origination in the country.