Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give an actual property agent’s perspective on industry-related matters. This week, they’ll talk about a purchaser who bought a house with a robotic, odd vendor contingencies, and a ski-in, ski-out VRBO cabin.
Byron Lazine and Nicole White are two brokers in Connecticut who give us their ideas on the week’s information each Friday in “The Real Word,” a weekly video column on Inman.
On this week’s episode, Byron and Nicole deal with one of many greatest rackets they’ve mentioned on the present, and it has to do with an article printed by the New York Post. The article talked about how a New York-based purchaser determined to purchase a $1.15 million condo from a chatbot.
It additionally claimed that Luke — an actual property AI — has 1,000 signed leases below his belt, however this was his first sale. The draw to the client? Having questions answered instantly in actual time.
The query that brokers ought to take into consideration, as Byron mentioned, is that this: “Are you a door-opener? Or are you the data dealer that’s offering a great experience to the client — who’s there to not meet brokers, not to ensure brokers get a fee — who’s there to purchase a house?”
Extra this week: Byron and Nicole chat by a few of the oddest contingencies sellers are requesting, in line with an article by Realtor Journal.
Marketeer of the week
The highlight this week goes to VRBO. The vacation rental marketplace is attracting consideration with personal mountain entry and a three-night keep at this cabin, which comes with its very personal personal ski mountain.
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