Question of the Day>What happens when the house sells before you did shoot?14263
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The WGAN Forum Question of the Day for Wednesday, 17 February 2021:
What happens when the house sells before you did your shoot?
This WGAN Question of the Day was inspired by this news (12 February 2021):
✓ Redfin Research: A Record 52% of Homes Under Contract Within 2 Weeks
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|You do it anyway because the agent uses it to farm their market and shows off this marketing to potential sellers and using the stats you found to support the use of innovative marketing|
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|Depends on the listing. I would pause the shoot and see how the sell is proceeding. If it looks iffy then I shoot it.|
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|This has been happening to me more and more as our weather here has been very Wintery here this year and I just have to move on to the next job.|
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|When that happens, I get a call from the realtor to cancel the shoot.
Many realtors will take a quick exterior shot of a home and put it on MLS as soon as they get the listing. If it's a decent home in a good location, it will sometimes sell in 1 or 2 days...before I can get there. Just happened yesterday.
Right now houses are selling for over asking price in my market. When I get a call I try to book it for the next day if possible. I don't charge cancellation fees unless I show up to the job and it's cancelled.
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