2018 Savvy Inspector Virtual Workshop

There Is A Method To My Madness

If you've been reading my posts over the last few weeks you've seen a constant theme. The theme is the real estate market is in disruption and the rate of disruption is moving superfast. My goal is to get you thinking about how you are going to replace real estate agent referrals when they are no longer available. The most successful home inspectors overtime will be those that make an investment in their online presence. It takes quite a bit of time to establish a substantial online presence for your firm so I want you to get started right away. And the 2018 Savvy Inspector Virtual Workshop, October 12-13, 2018 is all about that exact topic! https://tsiworkshop.com/ No other topics will be taught at this 2-day event, it's exclusively about how you can leverage the Internet for business so ...Read More

Reduce Your Dependence On Real Estate Agent Referrals

Reduce Your Dependence On Real Estate Agent Referrals Why should you care about that? Because all of the advanced technology that's being rolled out in the real estate industry today is designed to give the home buyer and seller a great customer experience without having to use a real estate agent. So, if you are going to stay in the home inspection business for the long term you will need to figure out how to replace the number of inspections that you are getting from real estate agents when they are no longer around to give them to you. Our team at The Savvy Inspector thinks the best way to reduce your dependence on real estate agent referrals is by going direct to the public for business. Here are just a few of the benefits of going directly to the public for business… No List Of ...Read More

Are Real Estate Agents Going The Way Of The Dinosaur?

Yesterday, JD Power released their 2018 Home Buyer/Seller Satisfaction Study, and there were some real eye-openers for home inspectors. Did you by chance see this study? For many years I have been sharing with The Savvy Inspector's coaching clients that with the advent of technology more and more home buyers and sellers will choose not to use a real estate agent as part of the transaction. This was confirmed again in the JD Power 2018 Study. Check out this key finding… "More experienced home buyers and sellers foregoing agents: A significant majority (88%) of home buyers are beginning their search for a new home before selecting an agent. Also, 19% of repeat buyers, 14% of repeat sellers, 13% of first-time buyers and 9% of first-time sellers did not use an agent to buy/sell their hom...Read More