"After working for one of the top producing agents in Beverly Hills, CA and closing millions in real estate properties, Derek identified a major setback for full-time real estate agents..."
- Derek Saelee
After working for one of the top producing agents in Beverly Hills, CA and closing millions in real estate properties, Derek identified a major setback for full-time real estate agents. One that could result in upset parties, lost clients, bad reviews, litigation, and possibly an entire career.
It is nearly impossible for real estate agents to scale and sell more homes in this competitive market if a majority of their time is immersed on transaction coordinating, especially with a constantly evolving industry. With C.A.R. forms updating their disclosures twice a year and the continuous updates to complex federal, state, city, and county regulations; many agents find themselves outdated from current legal information and practices which ultimately lead to unbeknownst liability and loss of credibility.
Agents spend an average of 40 hours per deal on transaction coordinating creating files, printing out hundreds of documents, reviewing disclosures, checklist, assisting clients with disclosures and reports, assuring properly completed fields, tracking the the status of escrow, tracking down parties, scrambling through emails for contact information, submitting fully executed documents to satisfy brokerage and DRE compliance. This applies to a standard deal but in most transactions, it will require additional attention to fulfill legal requirements, especially in the luxury real estate market.
If you are a full-time real estate agent or broker, you understand the importance of hiring a proficient, trustworthy transaction coordinator to carry out the escrow process. This makes night-and-day difference when trying to scale your business in this competitive sales based industry. Sailing Transactions was developed for this sole purpose.
As the premier transaction coordinator combined with smart AI intelligence to deliver the future of conducting real estate transactions, agents can now focus on selling more properties and scaling their growth.
- Derek Saelee