Every week we’ll share a story with you from someone who’s found their freedom with United Country. From buyers to sellers, from brokers to managers – everyone in the United Country family has a story. Today’s post comes from Joe Udoni, a United Country franchise owner in Waupaca, Wis.
After working in the real estate industry
Professional auctioneers who are successful in business and life share a common trait – putting the needs of their sellers in front of their own needs. As a professional real estate auctioneer, I often consider how effective a buyer broker can be in the different property types and markets we serve.
Due to the individual property classes
United Country has come a long way since its humbled beginnings in 1925. Founded by Roscoe L. Chamberlain, United Country aimed to provide a “roadmap to the country.” This year, we celebrate nine decades of accomplishments and milestones and look forward to a bright future.
In August 1925, Chamberlain founded United Farm Agency based on
Your personal real estate agent bio is a marketing tool and effective at assisting you build your brand. A client will be looking for your wisdom, experience and personality and there’s no better place to showcase these things than a bio. Below are some simple suggestions to keep in mind before you write a broker/agent/auctioneer
United Country Real Estate is ramping up its game in the auction world. They recently formed a new partnership with Auction Flex and Bidopia– a full suite of auction software solutions with an industry leading online auction platform.
The new partnership allows all United Country offices the ability to implement state of the art auction software
United Country Real Estate celebrates its 90-year anniversary, February 24-26, at our National Convention. Where better to celebrate than the unique and historical city of New Orleans, La.? In honor of United Country’s celebration, we’ve broken down the top 10 things to do in the Big Easy.
10. Cemetery Tours. Known as “cities of the dead,”
Technology rules the world. With the Internet and smart phones, information is available with the touch of a button. This has changed the way a company, including those in real estate, markets their services and products to the masses. Traditional marketing has transitioned to online marketing. Looking for someone to sell your home? Google it!
The auction industry is rapidly growing and changing. Inadequate preparation prior to bidding from new auction participants, as well as the growing epidemic of an “all sales are NOT final” belief system, has caused a shift in the simplicity of post-auction transactions. This leaves auctioneers asking some questions…
How far should we be required to go
Building relationships with clients can be harder than you think. Sometimes it takes more than just posting a listing online or putting a sign in a yard to close a sale. In any field, customers rely on the salesperson to have an extensive knowledge of their product and be able to relay that knowledge effectively.
Most people sell up and move on at least once while others have to relocate on a number of occasions, maybe for work purposes or because family circumstances change. Whatever the reason, when it comes time to sell your home there are a number of things you need to take into account if you are