Archive for the ‘Buyer’ Category Of Real Estate Is Here. Realtors You Just Need To Use It!

April 11, 2012 Leave a comment

This is a screenshot of my Gmail inbox for the past two days. Yes, that’s only two days, and look at the opportunity!

In case you don’t click on that, or can’t read it, that’s five buyers looking for property, and five sellers that are not listing their home on MLS…in two days! And these are only the agents that have chosen to email blast the San Francisco Association of Realtors.

So, is there a need for agents to share both their off market listings (pocket listings) and their buyer needs all in one place? Is there a service that allows agents to do exactly that, FOR FREE? Is there a service that puts the in real estate? The answer to all of those questions is yes. It’s, and one of these days, maybe before I die, agents will begin to take advantage of the service we have created and get on the path to more happy clients.

To learn more about, how it works, and how you can create opportunity where none exists, simply visit the site, and check out the tutorial. It’s simple. It’s FREE. It’s already there, and it works. Just use it. Off Market Real Estate Network


Are The Home Buyers Out There?

November 30, 2011 1 comment

Remember this post we recently wrote, “Five Million Buyers With Nowhere To Go“? We weren’t kidding when we said the buyers are out there and they can’t find what they need. Have a look at the Latest Activity on….buyer need, buyer need, buyer need, buyer need.

Putting buyers and sellers together through their real estate agent…that’s what we’re here to do. If you’re still not sure about how our site can work for you and the real estate market, have a look at our tutorial to get you started.

Categories: Buyer, Buyer Need, Real Estate

Five Million Buyers With Nowhere To Go

November 14, 2011 Leave a comment

Our goal at is to help you close more deals. It’s that simple. Think about this:

The National Association of Realtors released their Existing Home Sales Report not too long ago, and despite a drop in existing home sales from the month prior, there were still roughly 4.91 million transactions (not counting commercial and industrial transaction) for the year. Let’s just call it an even five million to make things easy. That’s pretty darn cool, right?

But the focus is always on units sold or sellers. Another way to say it is, there were roughly five million sellers of residential property last year. But everyone forgets about the five million buyers it took to make those transactions happen! Right? A transaction is never going to happen without a buyer. So why, until now, has ALL of the focus been on a place for sellers to list their properties for sale, and nowhere for the buyer to be heard? The importance of the buyer has been overlooked, for as many sellers as are out there, there is likely an equal or greater number of buyers.

Lawrence Yun, NAR’s Chief Economist, says it right here, “[T]he volume of successful buyers is higher than a year ago and is remaining fairly stable – this speaks to an unfulfilled demand.” Translation, buyers are out there, and they’re looking for property!

We encourage you to think outside of our industry box, look at the technology that is available to you, and use it to your advantage. Post ALL of the buyers you have looking for property on, share their wishes on your social networks, and let your fence-sitting sellers know about the buyers out there that might like to view their property. Buyers are an extremely important piece of the transaction puzzle. Let’s give them the attention and exposure they deserve, and get more property sold.

A sale is a sale is a sale, and we’re here to help you get more.

NAR Existing Home Sales Report (Real Estate Match Making Service) How it works (pray for snow!)

Categories: Buyer, Buyer Need, How To

Los Angeles Buyer Looking For VERY Private $4,500,000 Home

August 15, 2011 Leave a comment

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Are you somebody that lives in Los Angeles and has a VERY private, fabulous, five bedroom luxury home with a pool and proximity to the city you’d like to sell, but prefer to do it a bit more quietly? Are you a real estate agent in the Los Angeles area that has a seller with a home that fits that description and might consider moving for the right price and little hassle? If so, your buyer is out there, and their agent has posted their wishes on our site:

My buyers are looking for a VERY private 5+ bedroom home. Guest house/apt a plus. Pool a must,privacy a must,easy access to city open to greater LA under $4.5 mil. Thanks

Call us crazy, but wouldn’t every agent in the greater Los Angeles area want to be on either end of a $4,500,000 transaction?

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again…we are in the business of getting you more business.

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Cash Buyer In San Francisco With $2,500,000

March 17, 2011 Leave a comment

Got Land? Perhaps For A Vineyard?

August 25, 2010 Leave a comment

Check out this recent addition to

Buyer looking for 1+ acre outside of San Luis Obispo or Edna Valley.

Granted, it’d be small vineyard, but sometimes the biggest and best things come in the smallest package.

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Everybody Loves A Good Pocket Listing, But What About Those Buyers That Are “Ready To Go”…up to $3.5M!

August 15, 2010 Leave a comment

What’s that theory? Supply & Demand? Oh yeah…there’s demand for single family homes in Pacific Heights, Cow Hollow, and Presidio Heights San Francisco. Here are just two examples (keep in mind our site is but a wee one month old).

“My clients need a large family home with a space for a live in nanny.” This agent is looking for a 4 bed, 4 bath home with 2 car parking, around 3500 square feet. Price up to $3,500,000.

And would you look at this:
“Need a SFD in Cow Hollow or Pac. Hts. with some view. 3 BR 2.5 BA with Gdn & Pkg. Buyer is ready to go.” You gotta love buyers that are “ready to go”, especially if you have a house that fits their bill. Price up to $2,500,000 for around 2500 sqft, and in the exact same neighborhood as the post above.

Maybe if you’re reading this, or browsing our site and you live in one of these ‘hoods, you should tell your neighbors? We’d bet they buy you a nice dinner if you found them a buyer and they didn’t so much as have to open their door for one lousy open house.