RE Expert Greg Hague’s Advanced Home Selling Formula Nets 3-8% Higher Prices for Homeowners via Real Estate Mavericks

Phoenix Entrepreneur Develops “Apple Level” Advanced Home Selling Formula That is Changing the Way America Sells Homes

PHOENIX--()--There’s a movement afoot in residential real estate, and Greg Hague, the industry’s “Real Estate Maverick,” is leading the charge. He was recently featured in Forbes and endorsed by Muhammad Ali as “The Muhammad Ali of Real Estate.”

“My mission is to train a nationwide network of seller-committed Realtors to list more homes by offering sellers a formula that sells homes for more. Sellers win. Agents win. We must always remember we owe our allegiance to home sellers because they write our commission checks”

The Phoenix-based 35-year real estate broker, attorney, bestselling author and expert source for the Wall Street Journal says America’s homeowners are losing millions, unknowingly selling their homes for thousands below what they could. Hague says it’s due to a 75-year-old home selling system that never evolved to leverage sophisticated marketing strategies used by companies like Amazon and Apple.

So Hague devoted last year to studying the sales strategies of companies like Apple, Amazon and Tesla to sell upscale products at super-premium prices. He then crafted them into a 22-step home selling process to put maximum dollars in the pockets of home sellers.

Hague is now training and licensing two top real estate agents in each market to use this 22-step home selling process. He will track the prices of the homes they sell to prove that his formula nets sellers 3%-8% more than sales of similar neighborhood homes.

In Forbes, Hague revealed the surprisingly unfair-to-home-sellers aspects of the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) used in virtually every market. He believes MLS penalizes sellers by allowing buyers to view the home’s days on the market (DOM), causing prospective buyers to mentally discount the price of homes with lengthy DOM.

Buyers presume a home with 100+ days on the market must have something wrong or be overpriced because it’s been sitting so long unsold, he maintains, but “these homes are often not overpriced,” he explains. “Homes that are new to the market can go days, even weeks, between showings. Buyers mentally discount their offering price, presuming the home has been rejected by many other buyers, which is often not the case.” He estimates that prices average 3%-8% lower than when his 22-Step Home Selling Formula (designed to expose the home to more buyers, more quickly) is used by the listing Realtor.

In Hague’s highly selective 2016 training program (limited to 100 Realtors), he teaches agents how the strategies used by Amazon and Apple can be applied to selling homes faster and at significantly higher prices. He points out that Apple Computer uses a more sophisticated strategy to sell a $500 iPhone than most agents use to sell a $500,000 home. “Nuts, don’t you think?” he suggests.

“My mission is to train a nationwide network of seller-committed Realtors to list more homes by offering sellers a formula that sells homes for more. Sellers win. Agents win. We must always remember we owe our allegiance to home sellers because they write our commission checks,” he said.

For more information or to interview for admittance into the program, visit www.RealEstateMavericks.com.

About Real Estate Mavericks

American businessman and real estate expert, Greg Hague, founder of Real Estate Mavericks, is training a network of seller-committed agents throughout the U.S. and Canada. Using his 22-Step Home Selling Formula, they will learn how to sell homes at higher prices and earn more in the process. For more information about joining Hague’s select team of “Top Dollar Home Selling Agents” visit www.RealEstateMavericks.com.

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