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THIS WEEK: The Wish of Everyone?
Everyone wants a house with a white picket fence, that pent house in the sky, or that beautiful brownstone or town house. No matter what you desire, it’s called real estate. In most cases, the right realtor can help you.
Join me on Beyond Potential: Live Life Your Way radio show as I speak with Carson Alexander from Keller Williams. He will speak about pairing people up with the homes of the dreams. Carson is fun and funny. Join us as we laugh and talk real estate.
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On this week’s episode of Beyond Potential, Noreen discusses Real Estates with Keller Williams’ Carson Alexander. They talk about how he pairs people up with the homes of their dreams, important tips for finding your home in New York, what makes a good realtor and how to avoid working with real estate agents that do not have your best interest.
Noreen gets to know Carson Alexander, the person. She asks how he got into the real estate industry, what it was like working as a bouncer and an owner of a bar. Working in Real Estate with his wife, and what characteristics and skills people need to become a realtor.
Carson on working with his wife in real estate: ”It actually works for us. We really work well together.”
Noreen talks with Carson on how people can connect with real estate agents, finding the BIG Purchase, rules of thumb in finding your ideal home, and how New York City has changed from a real estate perspective.
Carson on one of the rule of thumbs in finding your ideal home: “Follow the train lines.”
Carson Alexander: “There are unfortunately winners and losers in the real estate market.”
Noreen and Carson talk about the introduction and rise of condos in New York City, the dynamics of owning a co-op, what people can’t do in negotiating real estate and why it is important to have a competent and good negotiating realtor.
Carson Alexander: “You have to be comfortable showing your financial underwear.”
They get into how to deal with realtors who do not have their customer’s best interest. They share interesting stories of selling houses in unconventional clothing. Noreen wraps up the show discussing the future of real estate and how the internet affects the industry with Carson.
Noreen: “I did sell a house in my pajamas once.”
Carson: “If robots start selling to robots, then I’m out.”