Aimee Pier's (aimeepier) Blog

Real Estate Sales Representative
Is it better to list your rock bottom price and not budge or shoot high and leave yourself wiggle room?  This particular property is a condo, has had 100% occupancy and rents higher than anyone would expect.  Thx.
I just got my hands a piece of golden information that I would like to pass along. A home warranty!!  I can't believe that no one has told me about this before. I just used it for the first time and it was effortless and very painless.  For $395.00 I was able to secure a "First class pol...
I don't want to be naive or dumb at this point in my life to think that a perfect client might exist.  I am wondering if I am living in fantasy land or if I should pinch myself and run.    I have two potential clients who are so smart, PHD smart but up to their elbows in student loan debt. In...
How about some feedback for the following slideshow.  I had feedback that a staged home would be better than a vacant home.  I have had a lot of traffic in this home this week and would like to hold out on the staging.  In the meantime I thought I would put a slideshow together to email to potent...
Thank you to all who commented on my post "Personal Paint is it a deal breaker". Much appreciated.  A few comments were that clutter needed to be eliminated. Well, I waved my magic wand and the clutter has been removed.  Which now leads me to a new predicament. Does a home show better v...
Friends, Realtors, strangers have ranted and raved how beautiful this home is, the paint is incredible, how long did it take, who did get the picture. Now, after the home has been sitting on the market for 6 months everyone is blaming the paint.  The home is vacant, with no furniture. W...
So my scnerario is this: A couple calls me on a Sunday, tells me they have a Realtor but that she would not be available to show my listing until Wed. They ask if I would show them the home on Monday. Of course, I agree and meet with them the next day. Long story short, they love the house, it is...
I have listed a condo for $117,900 in the Missoula, MT market.  I would have thought by now that I would have rec'd numerous calls or at least a little action on the 2 bedroom 1.5 bath fully renovated Condo.  Neighborhood is desirable by some, less by others.  Are there financing incentives o...
So obviously a hot topic of conversation around every outing that my husband and I have been on is, pricing.  So to make a really long story short I guess I would like to know what the professionals thought. Scenario: There is a 3 bedroom 2 bath beautiful home listed for 199,900 in a semi-desirab...

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