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go James: Mickey, it’s been awhile since we’ve last spoke. How has everything been going?
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http://devrimcicephe.org/vistawkoe/2790 But I’m really enjoying the marketing consulting, It’s fun to brainstorm and pitch plans to service businesses and help them achieve their goals. There are so many great small companies that have unbelieveable service but they don’t grow because they don’t have the time or knowledge to market themselves. I’m working on a program where I get video testimonials to aid in converting leads. They can be used to follow up an estimate or advertised right on facebook to get leads. Marketing is evolving from ads to stories and this is going to be big!
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Buy Cialis 25 mg in Cambridge Massachusetts Mickey: Real estate and pest control have plenty of similarities. Relationships and networking are paramount. I think that advertising in pest control was easier because there were fewer competitors. But once you get face to face, you are selling yourself and a service. So they are quite similar.
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http://joetom.org/masljana/4078 Mickey: Well, I interacted with many agents as a WDO inspector over the years so I had an inside look most days. But pest control teaches you to understand people. You typically meet them at their most frantic state and must learn to communicate when they are a bit irrational. Now take your average person and put them in the situation of making the largest purchase or sale of their lives, they get pretty irrational. So that day in and out training makes it easier to calm and re-establish communication without everything blowing up.
Another benefit was understanding the inspection process. I’m able to help avoid potential problems early and also explain the reports to clients. It’s proving to be invaluable to my clients.
James: Do you think real estate is good for active PCOS? Why?
Mickey: Yes. I found it difficult to do part time while in pest control because there were too many overlaps. But as a PCO gets older and if they haven’t built a system for the business to support them at retirement, I could definitely see them doing well in the less physical role of a real estate agent. The skills line up nicely and it’s much easier on the body!
James: How is the real estate market down there by you?
Mickey: Our market is supported by the military so we constantly have people moving in and out with good employment. There are lots of new homes going up and our average prices are on the rise. We are close to the peak prices of 06-07 but the market is stronger now. The increases are being driven by millennial buyers starting to settle into family formation. They are increasing demand naturally through the generation’s sheer size. Even though prices are up, people can still find deals. I’d recommend buying now because we are probably entering a 5-10 year appreciation cycle, that will only make it harder to afford a home each successive year.
James: What are some tips you recommend (Due to your background) to first time home buyers after you make a sale?
Mickey: Of course always get a local pest contract and your annual termite inspection. It will save you way more money than you spend over the years.