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You are not charging enough. If you don't ask, you don't get ...
The Wall Street Journal Manson's cover story today (Friday, 23 June 2017) about "Homes Purchased Sight Unseen" reports:
"VirtualAPT, a Brooklyn-base technology company that launched last year, invented a robot that films virtual tours in 3-D. The robot records a real-estate agent guiding a tour of a property, as though showing it to a live person, and produces a video within 15 minutes, said chief executive Bryan Colin."
"Today, 3-D tours are more commonly seen on high-end listings that have larger marketing budgets. Mr. Colin's tours cost $1 per square foot, so a 3,000 square-foot home would cost the real estate agent $3,000 ..."
Pick up a dozen copies of The Wall Street Journal today (Friday, 23 June 2017), to share with agents when you get push back on pricing.
Take a look at the videos (above). What do you think? (And, will a robot replace us?)
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