Infographs are visual pieces to aid you in client presentations. You can mail them to a specific list of clients or use them in presentation. Use of articles must follow our client content distribution guidelines.
Our popular 2011 buyer infograph of buyer statistics has been updated with fresh figures. Are there any surprises for you?
Here are some great fast facts that you can use when discussing mortgages with your clients. We've seen slight upwards changes in the
number of people seeking financing, with the notable exception of those aged 65+, of whom 10% fewer are seeking financing than were
two years previous. See if there are any financing statistics that surprise you!
Besides seeing a year-over-year decline in FSBO transactions against agent assisted transactions, fewer mobile home sales and an
increase in condo sales, our new infograph holds plenty of other great information. Looking to convert a FSBO into a client this year?
Bring this handy infograph with you to the conversation!
The Internet continues to grow as an important source of information. Are there any surprises for you? Take these fast facts to your next
listing presentation and demonstrate your expert knowledge of what people are looking for online when it comes to housing.
Illustrated infograph on the impact of pricing based on national sales data.
Lots of changes have taken place since the last time we updated this infograph. The economic recovery has meant more people relocating
and retiring baby-boomers mean an increase in the number of sellers who are seeking smaller homes. Buyers are touring fewer homes
before making a decision and again we see more baby-boomers in the market who do not need financing when right-sizing to their next home.
You can use this infograph to generate conversation and impress your sellers with your expert market knowledge.
Here are a few facts based on 2011 national sales data. Are there any surprises for you? This hand-out shows how median home prices have declined, while sales have increased and inventory is shrinking. Use this to illustrate to your buyer clients that the market is changing and that now's the time to act.