Market Temperature: Your Market is Cool Video Script

Example video, script & tips for crafting your market is cool video

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Written by Erica McGarvey
Updated over a week ago

In this article, you'll find helpful scripting ideas and tips for creating your Market is cool video.

Learn how to embed video into your client's Homebot experience here.

Homebot helps clients track their market temperature based on demand and the direction the market going:


START CRAFTING YOUR VIDEO SCRIPT

Create a video to explain the temperature and what that means for your client.

Script Idea for Lenders: “Your market is cooling off, which means that there are more homes for sale than buyers available to purchase them. It’s good news for buyers, as it’s less competition and they can be more choosy.

But for the seller, it could mean that you’ll see your home sit on the market for longer, and buyers will likely try and negotiate the price with you. It could even mean that to incentivize your buyer to make a purchase - you offer to absorb the closing costs! Yikes!

If you’re considering selling, let’s talk! I’d be happy to connect you with a trusted agent partner to help you understand your market or work directly with your existing agent! Call or message me today to discuss your options!”

Script Idea for Agents: “Your market is cooling off, which means that there are more homes for sale than buyers available to purchase them. It’s good news for buyers, as it’s less competition and they can be more choosy.

But for you, the seller, it could mean that you’ll see your home sit on the market for longer, and buyers will likely try and negotiate the price with you. It could even mean that to incentivize your buyer to make a purchase - you offer to absorb the closing costs! Yikes!

I’d love to work with you to understand your market and goals better and ensure you have a successful selling experience! Call or message me today to discuss your options!”


EXAMPLE VIDEO

Check out Homebot Pro, Grant Horvath's example video below:

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