We know our system works and we know we can generate the listing appointments for you.
What concerns us the most is wasting our time with agents that aren't motivated to succeed.
We can't 100% know for certain that everyone that goes through our system will be successful, because some people are just not willing to put in the effort.
That's why we charge a deposit. Those that pay, pay attention.
But the deposit is completely refundable as long as you take your business seriously.
The deposit is $5,000
Seems like a lot, right?
It should, that's the point.
Another service we offer is dialing on expireds, we had a client we sent 32 appointments, but he got 0 listings out of it.
When we called the homeowners to find out what happened, it turns out this broker was farming out the leads to his agents and the homeowners feedback told us that the agents weren't showing up to the appointments and those that did were unprofessional, showed up late, and even smelled bad.
Even though this client told us he'd personally attend the listing appointments himself and he paid his $5,000 deposit, the amount wasn't enough for him to take it seriously. Maybe if I charged him $50,000 he would have shown up himself.
The entire point of the deposit is it should sting a little bit to pay, but as long as you're professional, you have closings and we reduce our fee to refund your deposit.
Let's say you sold a $500,000 home, our fee on that would be $2,340, but if it is one of your 1st 20 transactions, we'd reduce our fee by $250 to $2,090
And we do that for each of your first 20 closings with us, after that, you'll have had your full deposit refunded and we'd stop reducing our fees.