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Hello from Harbor Village, Bonaire... where I just started something NEW!

For the last two years, many of you have watched my “What’s Working Now?” videos... tips and strategies for neighborhood buyers and sellers. Twice a month, I’ve emailed them to subscribers and posted them on

A few weeks ago, I started broadcasting “What’s Working Now?” on Facebook LIVE every Tuesday at 2 p.m. My rst broadcast was scheduled while I was in Atlanta, visiting our son. Bill and I got a late check-out at the Emory Conference Center and booked a later flight, so I’d be available to GO LIVE at 2 p.m.

Sounds like everything was ready to go, right? WRONG! We headed back to our room to do the show and guess what? In spite of our

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Today, I’m reporting live from our newest listing at 4550 Klingle Street. I also have a new resource to share with those of you who plan on selling in the near future.

Hi this is Marjorie Dick Stuart.

Thanks for watching, 'What's Working Now!'

You’ve probably noticed, I’m not at my desk. We’re doing something DIFFERENT.

I’m going to record LIVE from my new listing at 4550 Klingle Street in Wesley Heights. It’s on the market for $1,850,000.

The staging is complete… It looks terrific and I can’t wait for you to see it!

Today I'm going to talk to you about How To Sell Your House For Top Dollar, Fast This Summer… No matter what your family, friends, neighbors & the “so-called” experts say.

I’m going to tell you about… a brand

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Just because we’re in a seller’s market doesn’t mean you can get away with overpricing your home. Instead, use pinpoint pricing to get top dollar.


Welcome to another episode of “What’s Working Now!”

Our market is crazy right now. There’s practically no supply and demand is skyrocketing. It seems like everyone wants to buy a house.

As a seller, how do you get the most money for your home in this kind of market?

You may think that since your house is the only one for sale in your neighborhood, you can price it as high as you want. After all, someone has to buy it if it’s the only home available, right?

Actually, I recommend using pinpoint pricing if you want to get top dollar for your home.

I recently sold a house in

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Homebuyers and agents alike often misunderstand when to include a deadline in their offer. I’ll go over two scenarios that highlight how to use the power of deadlines in this market.


Welcome to the latest episode of “What’s Working Now!”

Homebuyers and real estate agents alike often misunderstand the power of deadlines. Today, I’ll go over the pros and cons of including a deadline with your offer.

Recently, one of my buyers settled on a house that was brand new to the market. The house went up for sale on a Thursday, and the agent asked for offers by next week. My buyer really wanted this house, so I said, “If you write a compelling offer that is too good to be true, we can include a deadline and make them answer us tonight

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When you make an offer on a home, is it a good idea to add an escalation clause? Sometimes they work out but sometimes both the buyer and the seller get burned.



Welcome to another episode of “What’s Working Now!”

Sometimes, buyers will include escalation clauses when they make an offer. Today, I’ll go over the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to offers with an escalation clause.

An escalation clause is when the buyer says, “Mr. and Mrs. Seller, I will pay this amount more than any other buyer, but I won’t go higher than this amount.”

What’s the good thing about an escalation clause? As a seller, you may be able to get them up to that higher number.

What about the bad news?

Let’s say that a buyer offers $1.3

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Even in a seller’s market, it can be risky to wait for a better offer to come along. How do you know when to sign on the dotted line?


Welcome to the latest episode of “What’s Working Now!”

Everyone knows that a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. As a seller, there is a real danger and risk to making a ready, willing, and able buyer wait.

If you’re a seller and you get two offers on a property, you need to remember that speed makes money. The sooner you respond, the more excited the buyer will be. The longer you wait, the more anxious the buyer will become. They’ll decide to sleep on it, or they may get nervous enough to bolt.

When you sign on the dotted line, the buyer will get very excited. They will start planning

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