Planned Communities - Win More Listings and Close More Buyers

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Are you thinking of selling or listing properties in a planned community? This webinar will show you how to win listings by selling not just the house but the lifestyle. Learn the jargon and costs involved in a planned community. Assist your buyers to make informed decisions and open up a new area of potential business.

This recording will help you discover the differences between selling a home over selling a home in a planned community. Learn about the different fees and how they can affect your client’s mortgage. Kim will go over HOA fees, age restrictions, Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs).

Learn to sell not just the house but also the lifestyle of a Planned Community.

Meet Kim

Kim Knapp, CRS started her real estate career in 2000 after moving to Florida from Upstate NY. Selling just over $6 million her first year she was off and running. Over the last 20 years Kim has closed almost 500,000 million in volume, helping over 2000 Buyers and Sellers. Kim is a CRS and Florida Realtor Instructor, a National Speaker including 2-time NAR speaker. Today Knapp is the Broker of the Coldwell Banker Vanguard office in Fleming Island, teaches, served on her local MLS Board, was awarded Realtor of the Year and Educator of the Year by her local board and is the founder of one of the largest REBar Camps in the country. She loves real estate and the people in it.

Here are some takeaways you can expect from this recording:

  • Discover a new area for your real estate business to grow in
  • Learn all the jargon and fees associated with a Planned Community
  • Selling the lifestyle of a Planned Community

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