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2018 Savvy Inspector Virtual Workshop

Are Real Estate Agents Going The Way Of The Dinosaur?

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 home, a number that has grown steadily during the past two years."

So here's the question for you.

When real estate agents are not around to give you referrals how will you replace those referrals to keep your schedule full?

Here's The Savvy Inspector Answer.

Go Direct To The Public For Business!

And the 2018 Savvy Inspector Virtual Workshop, October 12-13, 2018 is all about that exact topic!

No other topics will be taught at this 2-day event, it's exclusively about how you can leverage the Internet for business so that you can Reduce Your Dependence On Real Estate Agent Referrals.

Check out all the details here:

We look forward to seeing you there!

Ken Compton

Check out all the details here: 


This Virtual Event Is Open To All Home Inspectors!

While you're there, check all of the benefits of the Virtual Workshop we're putting on this year.


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