Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I hire a Mike Ferry Trained Real Estate Agent?

1. I will always tell you the truth regarding the market and pricing com parables.

2. I am an expert in our marketplace and I study the market statistics everyday.

3. I aggressively look for sellers and buyers for my listings 2-3 hours per day.

4. I deliver strong customer service and customer communication.

5. I follow a defined plan of action to get your home sold… I keep a rigorous schedule and track my results.

6. I have the power to protect your equity by negotiationg the best price for your home.

7. I am in a network of the most highly trained Real Estate agents in North America to attract relocating buyers for your home.

8. I work with my Coach weekly strategizing  how to sell your home for top market value in the shortest amount of time.

9. I constantly improve my skills by attending at least 4 intense training seminars each year taught by the #1 Real Estate Coaching Company, The Mike Ferry Organization.

10. I am committed to becoming a great salesperson… I invest $12,000 each year for a Mike Ferry Coach to help me develop my skills and hold me accountable to selling your home.


Frequently asked questions from buyers:

1. Can I just go look at the house?***We need to get them pre approved for a mortgage or get proof of funds.

2.What is the standard formula that buyers use for making the first offer? Is it 25%  or 30% or 40% less than asking price?***Actually, many homes are selling above asking price right now when involved in multiple offers.  Ask your agent to do a market analysis to know the value of the home your are trying  to purchase and make a “good offer”

3. When I have a home inspection done, doesn’t the seller have to correct everything that the inspector reports?***No. the home inspection is just for you to be informed about the condition of the home you are purchasing and what projects YOU may need to take care of when you own the home.  ***If something major shows up in the inspection that you were unaware of then you could possibly try to negotiate who will take care of it.