That said, I have informed these agents that I am an investor and am just there to look at the house. Unless it is a beater, I am not interested in buying it. Usually, I ask them if they have any REO short sale, or pocket listings that may qualify as a rehab project. This helps break the ice and give Air Max For Kids 2015
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They asked me to fill out a form so the broker could contact me, I handed over a business card instead (not property related occupation). Two days later and I've run some numbers on two properties (checked out 9) and already know what to ask when they call.
Went to an 'open houses day' last Saturday. I simply didn't say anything, when they asked I said I'm both looking for a house for my own and as investment property. "It all depends on what I can do with it." That keeps the situation neutral. Most houses didn't have any broker/realtor there, simply the seller. Pretty fun stuff, especially when you see them struggle with the most basic of questions (gas/electricity, roof isolation y/n). The perfect icebreaker, heheh.
One thing though, you should be the one asking the questions. But that wouldn't be the first time a broker gets overly eager or even agressively condescending. Someone should write a rebuttal guide on that.
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Also, just because the house is open does not give you direct access. I have turned a few shady people away just for my own protection.
Nate, while honesty is the best policy, in this situation, it is not their business what your intentions are if you don't want to give them. The agent hosting the public open house is likely going to ask as it is their sales job to do so.
them an opportunity to make money with me on something els. I think saying you're in investor is just fine. I would never be ashamed of that, even if you haven't done one single deal. They don't need to know that. Confidence is part of the equation and you're building your knowledge base. I would go in with confidence. I know a local real estate "mogul" who carries a yellow pad of paper EVERYWHERE he goes even to the doctors office. He always takes notes. I asked him once what he took notes on and he said "Not much of anything most Nike Air Max Tavas Junior Grey of the time, but people think I'm listening and smart as hell because of it."
guys as a realtor and investor I think some people are a little hard on agents for simply doing their job. Open Houses are great, but the realtors first job is to sell their clients house, pick up interested buyers and protect the property from thieves, etc. I had a soccer mom steal prescription drugs from one of my listings so it happens. She was later arrested at another house. Sad.
My suggestion, tell the realtor that you are an investor looking to gain knowledge of the area. No agent would turn you away for that. They may also be Nike Air Max Thea Size 10
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