San Marcos Transaction Coordinator Takes Show on Road
Just the other day, the San Marcos transaction coordinators at Transaction 911 took their show on the road. We went out to the AREAA Realtor® Summit in Orange County. It’s great fun meeting agents throughout California, and especially in Southern California where our office is located.
Some agents like to prepare their own real estate transaction files, and others dread paperwork. That second group loves it when a San Marcos transaction coordinator can prepare the Bureau of Real Estate and Brokerage compliant file.
Here are the top three reasons that agents like to use a San Marcos Transaction Coordinator:
- Using a transaction coordinator saves time. Transaction coordinators close deals every single day of the week. They know the ins and outs of the California Association of Realtor® forms, and can save you lots and lots of time by taking care of the paperwork for you.
- Using a transaction coordinator frees you up to do other things. If the average real estate transaction file takes 10-20 hours to prepare, then this is 10-20 hours that an agent can spend on other activities. If I gave you 10-20 hours, how many listings could you obtain? How many offers could you write. Using a transaction coordinator allows you to be in the field doing what you do best—listing and selling real estate.
- Using a transaction coordinator relieves stress. For those agents that are always concerned about the status or quality of the real estate file, then need not worry any longer. When you use a transaction coordinator, this individual assures that the 50+ required disclosures and contractual items are added to the file, signed, initialed, and dated. Getting that accomplished relieves stress and allows you to focus on many-making activities.
There are many reasons to consider using a San Marcos transaction coordinator for your next real estate transaction. If you are interested in discussing your next transaction with us, just send us an email or give us a call. You’ll be glad you did!
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