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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Here's bob and sheri. The bob and sheri show people can get to be with the moment to go sit. I was sherry. He'd say that. And now broadcasting from the palatial bob and sheri studios bob in sheri so if you work forward coldwell banker realty in los angeles. Just gotta theory interesting lists thing you got gotta house that was built in nineteen thirty one. It sits on over two acres of land. And it's right down the road from the hotel. Bel air it's in bel air. Which is the tonys part of the beverly hills area. I mean it's it's just beautiful rod. Stewart has a home there. There's just star after star that. Have these gorgeous homes It's it's not like the flats in beverly hills near rodeo. Drive where you know. Everything is is very nice but it's small. Lots these are. These are two acres is pretty good. This house has a pool and also seven thousand one hundred square feet. A years ago was owned and lived in by arthur freed producer of hollywood classics. Like meet me in saint louis in singing in the rain and an american in paris the wizard of oz. He was a big big deal but then he sold it and it fell into the hands of A man whose brother is pretty well known. The man's brothers no longer with us. They are looking to sell this house for twenty two million dollars. The man bought it in nineteen eighty three for what would be today. Five and a half million dollars. His name is ibm bin laden and he is the older half brother of osama bin laden and his being like among hollywood celebrities. The house has not been lived in for twenty years. And i am looking at it. And it looks like the house the beverly hillbillies house the mansion that it's it's that big it's seven thousand square feet and as i said It has a pool. Which is mysteriously been well-maintained the house. Also you can see you. Can scroll through a gallery of pictures. On realtor dot com. The house has a pink blue hue Seven bedrooms five bathrooms. Seven as i said seven thousand square feet and I'm just wondering. Would you consider buying that. Just based on the fact that it's mojo that it's Bin laden's half-brother. I'm you had all that money if you have two hundred million dollars. Yeah because i mean. I'm i'm not wanna i don't wanna live in a house where a terrible tragedy has happened. You know a guy. I don't wanna live in a house where there's been a murder or suicide or you know Like a colt waiting to be taken off on a comet. I don't want that but a house that was just owned by someone. Savory yeah i. I wouldn't have never have an issue with that. I don't think that he had very much to do with his half brother. Because the story goes on to sam reading this vanity fair. The family patriarch of course the father of eyebrow him bin laden and osama bin laden was mohammed bin laden. Listen to this. Osama bin laden's father mohammed bin laden had fifty six children and twenty two lives a wives twenty two wives four at a time. I don't know how that works out. Is it a tag team. Sort of thing where you've got four going. Well i think your time is up. It's time for you to move out and bring in the next four fifty six children and twenty two live wives I'm starting to see why we need so many bathrooms meeting that start. Yeah that's for sure that's for sure. How would you even. Would you even know your siblings at all. There are fifty six of them. There's gotta be at least half of them. You really don't know them at all. Well my guest too is that a lot of. There's a huge age difference right between them and also in that culture you know the they will be separated boys on one side of the compound girls on the other probably wouldn't you probably wouldn't know very many of them. How does that work with four wives. At a time you have twenty two I mean do you. Do you call a meeting and say you're out and you're a or a amid a point where four wives at a time means. I'm cooking dinner every four days. That sounds okay. I'm all right with that. Bathrooms in the house. Yeah the house. The house was abandoned for twenty years. It's absolutely beautiful. It has this this beautiful portico entrance. It's white would spectacular looking. What was it like in the neighborhood. Knowing there's nobody been living there for twenty years. I have the feeling that that's not the only house in that part of the world that is empty with caretakers and gardeners. I think there are a lot of the. Because i was reading about this in the probably six eight months ago Really really wealthy people they buy real estate and they snap it up and it often goes on occupied in fact oprah is selling this unbelievable property on an island in washington state because she said i just. I'm so busy. I'm never gonna get there. And she's selling sixteen million or something she's never lived in it. It's been it's fully furnished and the lights are on the the water's running at. Nobody's ever been home. So i think that happens in those neighborhoods more than we realize me. I think so too. I you can go to upscale. Gated communities in florida parts of south carolina and You're riding around you're looking and there's nobody you know like every fourth house there's somebody living there the rest of the. Maybe the family comes for three weeks a year. If that ways to get in touch with the bob and sheri shell stick your head out. A window and yell. Hey bobbins sharon. Sharon get the bob and sheri free app for your phone and leaves a talkback massive. Jerry bobby email is through the bob and sheri website bob and sheri dot com email us. Hello bob and sheri dot com call or text us at one eight eight eight bob sharing leave us a dm bob and sheri facebook page or you can just get old school and yell out the window.

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"C I. P s and she teaches that course for N. E. R. Patricia, Welcome back to real estate today. I'm glad to be here. Thanks for having me back. Stephen, We are so glad you're here. So, Patricia Tell us about foreign buyers who want to purchase either investment properties or vacation homes in the United States. Are they waiting or still going forward? Once it became evident, the pandemic wasn't going to go away quickly. A lot of people decided they weren't going to put their life on hold. They were going to get on with things and do what their time to do So, for instance, I have a an investor from Switzerland, who is closing next week on a investment property here in Sarasota, which is gonna be a long term rental investment for him. He knows the neighborhood. He's never seen this particular house other than virtually, but he feels comfortable moving forward. On that basis. I have a client who's relocating back to the Yusa from Grand Cayman in the Caribbean. They're buying a home sight unseen as well. Because when they get here, the one I have somewhere to live. We also have a American gentleman who was working in Beijing. It was actually buying a winter home in Florida for his mom who lives in Boston because he doesn't want her spending another winter, potentially another lockdown situation in the Northeast cold weather. So all kinds of ways that we're doing business Despite the pandemic that is so interesting. First of all. I've got to say Switzerland grand came in. Beijing. You certainly deal with some exclusive clientele Next life. Very interesting, Challenging but interesting. I imagine so So did every one of those clients now you reference this With the client from Switzerland. But did everyone else also by sight? Unseen? Yes, they're all not able to travel here, but really want to move forward with their plans to buy real estate here And so one of the things we've always talked about Patricia is how wonderful it can be. If you own property in the United States that you want to sell. And you can somehow get it in front of a foreign buyer. Because quite often, they're all cash quite often. They're extremely well qualified, and quite often they want a quick settlement. Is that still happening? It is still happening. We are somewhat limited in terms off the face to face marketing we can do A lot of that is going online. But quite frankly, Stephen, a lot of international business is done through personal networks. So especially notice if people are buying things sytems, saying they want to know they're working with an urgent to their contrast, and it's not agent has been introduced to them by someone they know and trust. And they feel more comfortable making that kind of, you know, long distance decision. Interesting. And so, Patricia, are you going from a to Z with every one of these clients, for instance. You help them find the property. You help them manage the transaction arranged the contracts arranged the offers. And then once they actually settle on the place. You're obviously involved in that too. And what about at the very end? Are you finding tenants for their investments? Yes, we are. If they want tenants on the property, then we're actually finding the tenants, placing them they're collecting rents and providing a real hands off property management role. I think it's very important. That you were able to offer kind of one stop shopping. And as much of you do everything related to the real estate transaction when it's something you personally cannot. Do you facilitate an introduction to another trusted partner. I see. I imagine that some of your clients never actually physically hold the keys because they're probably stateside. Well, that's true. And in fact, that's true. Two of US clients. I just had a Customer who lives locally, who purchased an investment property with US. Eight years ago, when we had a tenant in there for eight years, and now she wants to put it on the market, and she called me and she said, I just realized I don't have a key for the house. Do you have to keep the Oh so yes, we are in the position of ultimate trust both locally, but more So when we working with global clients, Patricia I am so glad to hear business is going well for you and later on in the year if the pandemic starts to go away. We'll check back with you. Okay. All right. Sounds good. Thank you. Patricia Patricia can real tour and international sales director with the your global agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida. And the past chair of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours International Council.

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"So I need to tell me how did this whole campaign To help the daily grind Espresso cafe. How did it begin? So I had just come back from Florida and the covered was coming in, and we were starting to have our Quarantine orders from the governor. And the Daily grind. Owners are friends of mine from 20 years. In fact, one of the owners was a real estate agent 20 years ago. Anyway, I saw her call out on Facebook. I don't know how we're gonna survive. Not being able to serve customers and I have been in the daily grind as a customer. It's a place that I go just to read a book or meet with a friend or meet with clients. So I actually called the store and asked him if I could give them $100 and then put it out on Facebook and asked people to donate. And so they started the inspiration by posting that I had done that. And then I shared it and it really just started from Facebook. So that's how it started. And I actually challenged other Realtors challenged inspectors challenge people in our industry. Should pay it forward. They've been there for us. Well, let's be there for them. That's what I was trying to get across because many of us brought her clients in there. Many of us from town just would go and hang out there and drink coffee. So that's how it started. Neighbors helping neighbors. That's wonderful. Now, do you have any idea? Let's just ask the tough question. If you had not done this What would have happened to the daily grind. I think they would have struggled along, but I don't know that they would have felt this support from the community. Because when I did that other people that actually another real estate agent, the very next day that works from my office did the same thing and another real estate agent, But then it started going to other people than the community. And when people came in and got their free coffee, they were inspired by it, so some of them started donating $100. So all I'm getting free coffee. Why? You know, and then they'd be overwhelmed to tears. So here's a couple of thinking they're going, you know to go under when they're able to just the part people and give them free coffee and make the community happy. So it just got to be a vessel of fact of people not just helping them, but helping the community has something joyful to feel good about that. We're all embracing each other to this. Hard time and tell me about the effect that all this not only your initial contribution, but all the ones that followed. What has that meant to the town of still water? It's given everyone a cod, and that's to be helpful to each other and to be helpful to the owners who have a couple little kids. They're really mom and pop shop just a very small Business, But I've just seen more people come up and you know, in the beginning, it seemed like a little competition with the local real church to get that $100 in this, Yes, but what it ended up being is that the community is saying we can help each other. We all can help each other. So let's talk about you for a minute, Anita You did such a wonderful thing for one of your neighbors in Stillwater, Minnesota. Has that make you feel that it had a different He was someone that could influence other people to do something incredible and that I would inspire kindness and other people and that I would give a gift of someone that was hopeless. Hope. That is wonderful. And Anita a great big. Thank you for everything you've done for your neighbors in Stillwater, Minnesota. And I'd like to thank you also for sharing your story with us here on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you so much. You're very welcome. I need a white with Coldwell Banker Realty in Stillwater, Minnesota, who began a movement that successfully saved her favorite coffee shop in town..

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Sample of our double fudge? Brownie? Sure. That's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure. Yep, Still very good. Some things never change, like never being able to take just one free sample and Geico saving folks. Lots of money on their car insurance. Hmm. Is that I'm academia, not I taste we take one more, sir. Yeah, I thought so. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more wasn't going to go away quickly. A lot of people decided they weren't going to put their life on hold. They were going to get on with things and do what they're planning to do. So, for instance, I have a an investor from Switzerland, who is closing next week on a investment property here in Sarasota, which is gonna be a long term rental investment for him. He knows the neighborhood. He's never seen this particular house other than virtually, but he feels comfortable moving forward. On that basis. I have a client who's relocating back to the Yusa from Grand Cayman in the Caribbean. They're buying her home sight unseen as well. Because when they get here, the one I have somewhere to live. We also have a American gentleman who was working in Beijing. It was actually buying a winter home in Florida for his mom who lives in Boston because he doesn't want her spending another winter, potentially another lockdown situation in the Northeast cold weather. So all kinds of ways that we're doing business Despite the pandemic that is so interesting. First of all. I've got to say Switzerland Grand Cayman. Beijing. You certainly deal with some exclusive clientele makes life very interesting. Challenging, but interesting. I imagine so So did every one of those clients Now you reference this With the client from Switzerland. But did everyone else also by sight? Unseen? Yes, they're all not able to travel here, but really want to move forward with their plans to buy real estate here And so one of the things we've always talked about Patricia is how wonderful it can be. If you own property in the United States that you want to sell. And you can somehow get it in front of a foreign buyer because quite often They're all cash quite often. They're extremely well qualified, and quite often they want a quick settlement. Is that still happening? It is still happening. We are somewhat limited in terms off the face to face marketing we can do A lot of that is going online. But quite frankly, Stephen, A lot of international business is done through personal networks. So especially no, it is if people are buying things sytems scene. I want to know they're working with imagine to their contrast and it's not agent has been introduced to them by someone they know and trust. Then they feel more comfortable making that kind of, you know, long distance decision. Interesting. And so, Patricia, are you going from a to Z with every one of these clients, for instance. You help them find the property. You help them manage the transaction arranged the contracts arranged the offers. And then once they actually settle on the place. You're obviously involved in that too. And what about at the very end? Are you finding tenants for their investments? Yes, we are. But they want tenants on the property. Then we're actually finding the tenants placing them there. Collecting rent on providing a real hands off property management role. I think it's very important. That you are able to offer kind of one stop shopping, inasmuch as you do everything related to the real estate transaction when it's something you personally cannot do. You facilitate an introduction to another trusted partner. I see. I imagine that some of your clients never actually physically hold the keys. Because they're probably stateside. Well, that's true, and it's like that's true two of US clients. I just had a customer who lives locally, who purchased an investment property with us. Eight years ago, when we had a tenant in that eight years, and now she wants to put it on the market, and she called me and she said, I just realized I don't have a key for the house. Do you have to keep so? Yes, we are in the position of ultimate trust both locally, but more So when we're working with global clients, Patricia, I am so glad to hear business is going well for you. And later on in the year if the pandemic starts to go away. We'll check back with you. Okay. All right. Sounds good. Thank you. Patricia Patricia Tanned, real tour and international sales director with the your global agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida and the past chair of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours International Council. Coming up on real estate today buying up property in Canada while the borders are still shut down. My suggestion would be to act as quickly as possible. Don't sit on a property. Don't wait because unfortunately, like here, you're probably going to lose it..

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on 790 KABC

"So I need to tell me how did this whole campaign To help the Daily Grind Espresso Cafe. How did it begin? So I had just come back from Florida and the covert was coming in, and we were starting to have our quarantine orders from the governor. And the daily grind owners of friends of mine from 20 years. In fact, one of the owners was a real estate agent 20 years ago. Anyway, I thought her call out on Facebook. I don't know how we're going to survive. Not being able to serve customers and I have been in the daily grind as a customer. It's a place that I go just to read a book or meet with a friend or meet with clients. So I actually called the store and asked him if I could give them $100 and then put it out on Facebook and asked people to donate. And so they started the inspiration by posting that I had done that. And then I shared it and it really just started from Facebook. So that's how it started. And I actually challenged other realtors challenged inspectors challenge people in our industry to pay it forward. They've been there for us. So what be there for them? That's what I was trying to get across because many of us brought her clients in there. Many of us from town just would go and hang out there and drink coffee. So that's how it started. Neighbors helping neighbors. That's wonderful. Mm Now, do you have any idea? Let's just ask the tough question. If you had not done this What would have happened to the daily grind. I think they would have struggled along, but I don't know that they would have felt this support from the community. Because when I did that other people that actually another real estate agent the very next day that works from my office did the same thing and another real estate agent, But then it started going toe other people in the community. And when people came in and got their free coffee, they were inspired by it, so some of them started donating $100. So Oh, I'm getting free coffee. Why? You know, and then they'd be overwhelmed to tears. So here's this cup of thinking they're going, you know to go under when they're able to just deport people and give them free coffee and make the community happy. So it just got to be a vessel of fact of people not just helping them, but helping the community has something joyful to feel good about that. We're all embracing each other to this hard time and tell me about the effect. That all this not only your initial contribution, but all the ones that followed What has that meant to the town of still water? It's given everyone a cause, and that's to be helpful to each other and to be helpful to the owners who have a couple little kids. They're really mom and pop shop just a very small Business, But I've just seen more people come up and you know, in the beginning, it seemed like a little competition with the local realtor to to get that $100 in there. Yes, but what it ended up being is that the community is saying we can help each other. We all can help each other. So let's talk about you for a minute, Anita You did such a wonderful thing for one of your neighbors in Stillwater, Minnesota. Has that make you feel that it made a difference? They were someone that could influence other people to do something incredible and that I would inspire kindness and other people and that I would give a gift of someone that was hopeless. I hope that is wonderful. And Anita a great big thank you for everything you've done for your neighbors in Stillwater, Minnesota. And I'd like to thank you also for sharing your story with us here on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you so much. You're very welcome. I need a white with Coldwell Banker Realty in Stillwater, Minnesota, who began a movement that successfully saved her favorite coffee shop in town..

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Back with going global. Our in depth look at foreign real estate. Americans buying in foreign countries and foreign residents buying here and that's what we're going to examine now foreign buyers who often pay all cash buying investment properties in the United States. And residential properties as well. An area that real tour Patricia Tan tells us is strong. Despite the pandemic. We spoke to Patricia in our first hour about Americans buying across the sea. And now let's reverse course and talk about those foreign buyers who will not let the pandemic slow down their plans. Patricia is the international sales director with the your Global Agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida. She's an international real estate expert who works every day with European and Asian clients and served as the chairperson of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours International Council. Patricia was also N ers liaison to the United Kingdom for three years. She's a certified international property specialist. C I. P s and she teaches that course for N. E. R. Patricia, Welcome back to real estate today. I'm glad to be here. Thanks for having me back. Stephen, We are so glad you're here. So Patricia tell us about foreign buyers who want to purchase either investment properties or vacation homes in the United States. Are they waiting? We're still going forward. Once it became evident. The pandemic wasn't going to go away quickly. Ah, lot of people decided they weren't going to put their life on hold. They were going to get on with things and do what they plan to do So, for instance, I have a And investors from Switzerland who is closing next week on a investment property here in Sarasota, which is going to be a long term rental investment for him. He knows the neighborhood. He's never seen this particular house, other than virtually But he feels comfortable moving forward on that basis. I have a client who's relocating back to the U. S. A from Grand Cayman in the Caribbean. You're buying her home sight unseen as well. Because when they get here, the one I have so much to live. We also have a American gentleman who's working in Beijing. Was actually buying a winter home in Florida for his mom who lives in Boston because he doesn't want her spending another winter, potentially another lockdown situation in the Northeast cold weather. So all kinds of ways that we're doing business Despite the pandemic that is so interesting. First of all. I've got to say Switzerland Grand Cayman. Beijing. You certainly deal with some exclusive clientele Next life. Very interesting, Challenging but interesting. I imagine so So did every one of those clients now you reference this With the client from Switzerland, but did everyone else also by sight unseen. They're all not able to travel here, but really want to move forward with their plans to buy real estate here And so one of the things we've always talked about Patricia is how wonderful it can be. If you own property in the United States that you want to sell. And you can somehow get it in front of a foreign buyer because quite often They're all cash quite often. They're extremely well qualified, and quite often they want a quick settlement. Is that still happening? It is still happening. We are somewhat limited in terms off the face to face marketing we can do A lot of that is going online. But quite frankly, Stephen, a lot of international business is done through personal networks. So especially note is if people are buying things sytems, saying they want to know they're working with an urgent to their control first, and it's not agent has been introduced to them by someone they know and trust. And they feel more comfortable making that kind of, you know, long distance decisions. Interesting. And so, Patricia, are you going from a to Z with every one of these clients, for instance. You help them find the property. You help them manage the transaction arranged the contracts arranged the offers. And then once they actually settle on the place. You're obviously involved in that too. And what about at the very end? Are you finding tenants for their investments? Yes, we are. But they want tenants on the property. Then we're actually finding the tenants placing number. Collecting rent on providing a real hands off property management role. I think it's very important. That you were able to offer kind of one stop shopping, inasmuch as you do everything related to the real estate transaction when it's something you personally cannot do. You facilitate an introduction to another trusted partner. I see. I imagine that some of your clients never actually physically hold the keys. Because they're probably stateside. Well, that's true, and it's like that's true two of US clients. I just had a customer who lives locally, who purchased an investment property with us. Eight years ago, when we had a tenant in there for eight years, and now she wants to put it on the market, and she called me and she said, I just realized I don't have a key for the house. Do you have to keep so? Yes, we are in the position of ultimate trust both locally, but more So when we're working with global clients, Patricia, I am so glad to hear business is going well for you. And later on in the year if the pandemic starts to go away. We'll check back with you. Okay? All right. Sounds good. Thank you. Patricia Patricia, Tanned, real tour and international sales director with the your global agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida and the past chair. The Sarasota Association of Real Tours International Council coming.

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So I need to tell me how did this whole campaign to help the Daily Grind Espresso Cafe? How did it begin? So I had just come back from Florida and the covert was coming in, and we were starting to have our quarantine orders from the governor. And the daily grind owners of friends of mine from 20 years. In fact, one of the owners was a real estate agent 20 years ago. Anyway, I thought her college and Facebook I don't know how we're gonna survive. Not being able to serve customers and I have been in the daily grind as a customer. It's a place that I go just to read a book or meet with a friend or meet with clients. So I actually called the store and asked him if I could give them $100 and then put it out on Facebook and asked people to donate. And so they started the inspiration by posting that I had done that, and then I shared it and it really just started from Facebook. So that's how it started. And I actually challenged other Realtors challenged inspectors challenge people in our industry. Said. Pay it forward. They've been there for us. What be there for them. That's what I was trying to get across because many of us brought her clients in there. Many of us from town just would go and hang out there and drink coffee. So that's how it started. Neighbors helping neighbors. That's wonderful. Now, do you have any idea? Let's just ask the tough question. If you had not done this What would have happened to the daily grind. I think they would have struggled along, but I don't know that they would have felt this support from the community. Because when I did that other people that actually another real estate agent, the very next day that works from my office did the same thing and another real estate agent, and then it started going to other people than the community. And when people came in and got their free coffee, they were inspired by it, so some of them started donating $100. 00. I'm getting free coffee. Why? You know, and then they'd be overwhelmed to tears. So here's this couple of thinking they're going, you know to go under when they're able to just support people and give them free coffee and make the community happy. So it just got to be a vessel of fact of people not just helping them but helping a community have something joyful to feel good about that. We're all embracing each other to this hard time. And tell me about the effect that all this not only your initial contribution, but all the ones that followed. What has that meant to the town of still water? It's given everyone a cod, and that's to be helpful to each other and to be helpful to the owners who have a couple little kids. They're really mom and pop shop just a very small Business, But I've just seen more people come up and you know, in the beginning, it seems like a little competition with the local real church to get that $100 in there. Yes, but what it ended up being is that the community is saying we can help each other. We all can help each other. So let's talk about you for a minute, Anita You did such a wonderful thing for one of your neighbors in Stillwater, Minnesota. Has that make you feel that it made a difference? He was someone that could influence other people to do something incredible and that I would inspire kindness and other people and that I would give a gift of someone that was hopeless. I hope that is wonderful. And Anita a great big thank you for everything you've done for your neighbors in Stillwater, Minnesota. And I'd like to thank you also for sharing your story with us here on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you so much. You're very welcome. I need a white with Coldwell Banker Realty in Stillwater, Minnesota, who began a movement that successfully saved her favorite coffee shop in town. Coming up on real estate. Today, foreign investors still snapping up American investment properties. They're all not able to travel here, but really want to move forward with the funds to buy real estate here..

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And international sales director with the your Global Agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida. Patricia is an international real estate expert who served us the chairperson of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours International Council. Patricia was also NPR's liaison to the United Kingdom for three years. She's a certified international property specialist. C i. P s and In fact, she teaches that course for any are Patricia welcome back to real estate today. Thank you. Very nice to be here, Stephen. We are delighted that you're with us. So, Patricia Ever since the pandemic, so many international borders have been shut down. People can't travel to find their dream homes in Great Britain or France or Asia. And those people can't come here quite often to find investment properties or their get away home. So how is the international market? Right now. Well, you might imagine Stephen. It's been a little quieter than we would normally expect. But people are very tenacious if they want to get something done. I'll certainly find a way of doing it both from the Realtor end of the transaction on the end user, So as Realtors, we're doing a lot more. Virtual work a lot more videos, personal walk throughs, interactive video conferences with clients on site in the community in her home, and that's proving to be very beneficial. And as customers of people who want to buy yourself homes. Once it became evident, the pandemic wasn't going to go away quickly. Ah, lot of people decided they weren't going to put their life on hold. They were going to get on with things and do what they're planning to do so all kinds of ways that we're doing business despite the pandemic. So, Patricia If I would like to buy a flat in London. Or a little house in the rolling hills of the south of France. Do I have to wait until the entire pandemic is just done with an over or can I make my move now? Well, you can certainly go some way towards making that move now. Real seeing a lot of our European partners embrace different kinds of technology so they can bring the home to you. Certainly you can see that online. If you get the right introduction to a good partner, you should feel confident in hearing what they have to say in their opinions on the property, and you know if you want to wait until you can really go and see it, that's fine. You can certainly put all of the pieces in place right now and potentially purchase it. If you're happy to do that, without physically seeing are Americans buying investment properties overseas, or they mostly get aways and personal residences. Well, the Catholic that I've seen so false statement has been probably 70 30. Maybe 70% of the people are looking for A vacation property, something that family can use and maybe rented out when they're not using it in about 30% of the people are buying what I call a pure investment property where they're really they have no intention of using the home themselves. Just looking to diversify their real estate portfolio. And, of course, now the dollar is so strong that dollars, actually driving some of those people to make decisions to buy overseas. Perhaps might have been a little reticent to do that, before and now is definitely a time to buy in Europe, for instance, and then maybe sell in Europe, 357 years down the track. When the dollar may be weaker on the euro is stronger. I see Patricia one last question for you if I were interested in buying just a little single family home. And either The English countryside. Or the south of France. How much would I be paying? Oh, that's a tough one. A small home in the English countryside. I would think you're looking at a minimum $600,000. Something that's moving condition. Okay, um, south of friends might actually be cheaper because there's a lot more land in front generally. We could probably get into something. Not on the coast. Okay in land for Maybe 3 84 $100,000 somewhere in that region. Nice. So, Patricia, we have just talked about Americans buying real estate across the seas. I wonder if you could join us again in the next hour of real estate today and will reverse that. Talking about people from foreign countries coming here to buy investments. Would that be okay? That would be great. I'll talk to you soon. Wonderful. Thank you. Patricia Patricia, tanned, real tour and international sales director with the your Global Agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida. And the past chair of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours International Council..

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on WTVN

"And freshly painted. That makes a huge difference because you never wanna walk into Dirty kitchen or dirty bathroom. You know what? I had the back of my mind basements, But I think that now it's coming back to me. I think I've always heard that even if you have a finished basement, you never really get the value out of it. Is that right? Yeah, The extra space is good. It depends what you put into it. Um, but a lot of people are living down in their basements right now, because they're so finished in luxurious. Exactly. So it all depends. Your house, too. You know the size of your house. You need that extra space with that extra state makes such a big difference. In your total square footage and Yes, but you're right. A lot of people are living in your basement. And especially now, when everybody's at home, and you need places to spread out, it has made a big difference. When selling a house that's not Make it or break it. So is it easier to sell your house in the summer? In the spring as I've heard horror stories about selling a home in the winter, But there's also been some other size that say, No, actually, this is not a bad time to sell right now in the winter. Right winter. That's a mess. You're right. Winter is a good time to sell. Scientifically, the market is in to buy, you know, Typically, the market is a little bit less competitive. On day again. This is a strange year because with everything going on, it has made it easier for people to have time to update their house. Clean out closets. Get it ready because people are in their house so much. And You know, um and you can still have your health. Ready. You can still have to get curb appeal in the winter and Um So, Yeah, it is a myth because this is the time in the market, the inventory still so low, So we need houses on there, and interest rates are low, so the buyers are ready to go. Morgan, did you want to add to that? Gonna have the ideas? Absolutely, yes, so bouncing off of that curb appeal. A lot of people think that because one of the biggest things too, that people like to do is they In this house or they get sent to their email from us or we send it out to them because we think it might match then the first thing they do is get in their car and they drive by the sea. If they like the neighborhood and see if they like the outside of that house. If you don't like the outside of the house, it's really hard to get those Buyers inside and walk through. So we have some ideas for kerb appeal, because in the winter, some people think it can be hard or just not done it all. But you know, if you make sure that outside looks clean, no trash sitting out Um, Nope. Ain't tripping anywhere, making sharp before. I know it's kind of late because we had a touch of crazy, snowy winter this year, but making sure that siding is power washed. Under that mold or the green on the side. Even something as simple is a $10 welcome doormat in front of the front door, making sure the front door is freshly painted That really new thing that has happened with within the last year to any color because they're popular color right now, The people are painting that front door. Honestly, like funky or colors. If that makes sense. Really? Yeah, like a forest green I've seen or like a aqua blue light blue. It's been really people are having fun with it, And I think that really makes the front pop. Um, So, yeah, focusing on that entryway, Especially when we go visit a home. You know, that's when Realtors. We're getting the keys out of the lockbox. They're getting the keys out of Um, you know the key box to get out so all the buyers are doing are just sitting and looking around and they're being Oh, What am I thinking? What am I about to see in the front door? It really says a lot about what you're about to step into the home. But you made perfect sense, though You may absolutely love the inside of a home. You might never get to see it. If you don't like the outside enough to go through it. Exactly. Good point, ladies, You are so knowledgeable when it comes to real estate, And you know what you're talking about. And I know I know firsthand because I've known you guys forever. How much you enjoy working with people Give everybody the best way to reach out to you. If they're listening to you right now they're saying Hey, I want them to be my real estate agents. How did I get a hold of you? So you can jot down our phone number is 614 to 661312 or go to Dixie Lundquist dot com. So that's the I X I e. So you and deed to you? I asked steve dot com or one thing that we've really found during the pandemic. That kind of blown up his Facebook so you can always go to Dixie Lundquist. Coldwell Banker Realty on Facebook to Then Kelly Hall. I know you want to give a shout out to her. Unfortunately, she couldn't join us today. Best way to get a hold of Kelly Hall from equity who works hand in hand with the ladies? Yes, so you can go to her Web site at one. Call Kelly.

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Getting up with Jason and Alexis. This is sad. Matthew McConaughey's dad r I p a heart attack while climaxing God has gone all day without hearing Max. Do you know how traumatic that would be for your partner? Lex? That's the worst time to go. I have have you ever got like a Charlie horse? In mid thrust. It's awful. Oh, okay, There's another thing I never want to hear. Say, just let me peacefully go. I don't want to be mounting somebody and then class. No. So we have climax but spin the wheel. What's the grossest word here? Election, saying climaxes and Jason and Alexis listen, life or podcasting anytime at my talk 1071 dot com or on the my talk app. Jason and Alexis Shell podcast is presented by the Free house. So we are really thrilled that we are working with Eric Read linger a realtor with Coldwell Banker Realty and, you know, we've been working with him. You know him for years and years, but kind of just talking about him and helping him out, grow his business. About the past two months. But one of the coolest things is getting testimonials from people and we love hearing about everybody that we talked about it. It's their endorsement that these people will work with, we know are really great at what they do. We know Eric at Coldwell Banker. They have this special program that if you can't afford to do the updates on your house to get the most out of it, Coldwell Banker will pay for it. And then you would reimburse at the closed get reimbursed the closing, But this gets you so much more money in the end, right? If you're interested investment, housing and flipping houses, he could do that. He is a.

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Every week, and we're back with going global, our in depth look at foreign real estate, Americans buying in foreign countries and foreign residents buying here. And that's what we're going to examine foreign buyers who often pay all cash buying investment properties in the United States and residential properties as well. An area that real tour Patricia tells us is strong despite the pandemic. We spoke to Patricia in our first hour about Americans buying across the sea and now let's reverse course and talk about those foreign buyers who will not let the pandemic slow down their plans. Patricia is the international sales director with the your Global agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida She's an international real estate expert who works every day with European and Asian clients. And served as the chairperson of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours International Council. Patricia was also liaison to the United Kingdom for three years. She's a certified international property specialist PS, and she teaches that course for Patricia, Welcome back to realestate today. I'm glad to be here. Thanks for having me back. Steven, We are so glad you're here. So Patricia tell us about foreign buyers who want to purchase either investment properties or vacation homes in the United States. Are they waiting? We're still going forward. Once it became evident that pandemic wasn't going to go away quickly. Ah, lot of people decided they weren't going to put their life on hold. They were going to get on with things and do what they're going to do So, for instance, I have a And investors from Switzerland who is closing next week on investment property here in Sarasota, which is going to be a long term rental investment for him. He knows the neighborhood. He has never seen this particular house, other than virtually But he feels comfortable moving forward. On that basis. I have a client who's relocating back to the USA from Grand Cayman in the Caribbean. They're buying a home site. I'm seen as well because when they get here don't have someone to live. We also have a American gentleman who was working in Beijing was actually buying a winter home in Florida for his mom who lives in Austin because he doesn't want us spending another winter, potentially another lock down situation in the Northeast Cold Brother. So all kinds of ways that we're doing business Despite the pandemic that is so interesting. First of all. I've got to say Switzerland Grand Cayman Beijing You certainly deal with some exclusive clientele Next life. Very interesting. Challenging but interesting. I imagine so So did everyone of those clients. Now you reference this With the client from Switzerland. But did everyone else also by sight? Unseen? Yes, there are not able to travel here but really want to move forward with their plans to buy real estate here. And so one of the things we've always talked about Patricia is how wonderful it can be. If you own property in the United States that you want to sell. And you can somehow get it in front of a foreign buyer because quite often They're all cash quite often. They're extremely well qualified, and quite often they want a quick settlement. Is that still happening? It is still happening. We are somewhat limited in terms ofthe face to face north. Nothing we could do. So a lot of that is going online. But quite frankly, Steven, a lot of international business is done through personal networks. So especially notices. People are buying things sytem, saying they want to know they're working with an engine to their control. And it's not agent has been introduced to them by someone they know on trust. Then they feel more comfortable making that kind of, you know, long distance decision. Interesting. And so, Patricia, are you going from a to Z with every one of these clients, for instance. You help them find the property. You help them manage the transaction arranged the contracts arranged the offers. And then once they actually settle on the place. You're obviously involved in that too. And what about at the very end? Are you finding tenants for their investments? Yes, we are. They want tenants in the property, then we're actually finding the tenants, placing the collecting runs and providing a real hands off property management role. I think it's very important. That you are able to offer a kind of one stop shopping, inasmuch as you do everything related to the real estate construction when it's something you personally cannot. D'oh. You facilitated an introduction to another cluster partner. I imagine that some of your clients never actually physically hold the keys. Because they're probably stateside. Well, that's true. And in fact, that's true. Two of US clients. I just had a customer who lives locally, who purchased an investment property with us. Eight years ago, and we had a tenant in there for eight years, and now she wants to put it on the market. And she called me and she said, I just realized I don't have a key for the house Do you have so? Yes, we are in the position of ultimate trust both locally, but more So when we're working with global client well, Patricia, I am so glad to hear business is going well for you and later on in the year if a pandemic starts to go away. We'll check back with you. Okay. Alright, Thankyou. Patricia Patricia 10 Real tour and international sales director with the your global agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida. And the past chair of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours International.

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Director with the your Global Agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida. Patricia is an international real estate expert who served as the chairperson of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours. International Counsel. Patricia was also liaison to the United Kingdom for three years. She's a certified international property specialist GPS, and in fact, she teaches that course for n A. R. Patricia, welcome back to realestate today. Thank you. Very nice to be here. Steven. We are delighted that you're with us. So Patricia ever since the pandemic, so many international borders have been shut down. People can't travel to find their dream homes in great Britain or France or Asia and those people can't come here quite often. To find investment properties or their getaway home. So how is Thie international market right now? Well, you might imagine Stephen. It's been a little quieter than we would normally expect. People are very tenacious. If they want to get something done, they'll certainly find a way of doing it both from the real toe end of the transaction on the end user So as Realtors. We're doing a lot more virtual work a lot more videos, personal walk throughs, interactive video conferences with clients on site in the community in a home And that's proving to be very beneficial. So, Patricia if I would like to buy a flat in London? Or a little house in the rolling hills of the south of France. Do I have to wait until the entire pandemic is just done with an over or can I make my move now? Well, you can certainly go some way towards making that move now. We are seeing a lot of our European partners embrace different kinds of technology so they could bring the home to you. Certainly you could see that online. If you get the right introduction to a good partner, you should feel confident in hearing what they have to say in their opinions on the property. You know, if you want to wait until you can really go and see it, That's fine. You can certainly put all of the pieces in place right now and potentially purchase it. If you're happy to do that, without physically being home are Americans buying investment properties overseas or they mostly getaways and personal residences. Well, the traffic that I've seen false statement has been probably 70 30. Maybe 70% of the people are looking for A vacation property, something that family can use and maybe rented out when they're not using it. In about 30% of the people are buying what I call a few investment property where there really have no intention of using the home themselves. They're just looking to diversify their real estate portfolio. And of course, now the dollar is so strong that dollars, actually driving some of those people to make decisions to buy overseas, perhaps might have been a little reticent to do that before, and I was definitely a time to buy. In Europe, for instance, and then maybe selling Europe 357 years down the track when the dollar maybe weaker and the euro is stronger. I see Patricia one last question for you if I were interested in buying just a little single family home. And either The English countryside. Or the south of France. How much would I be paying? Oh, that's a tough one, a small home in the English countryside. I would think you're looking at a minimum $600,000. Something that move in condition. Okay, um, south of friends might actually be cheaper because there's a lot more land in front generally. We could probably get into something. Not on the coast. OK, inland for maybe 3 84 $100,000 somewhere in that, Rachel Nice. So, Patricia, We have just talked about Americans buying realestate across the seas. I wonder if you could join us again in the next hour of realistic today and will reverse that. Talking about people from foreign countries coming here to buy investments. Would that be okay? That would be great. I'll talk to you. So wonderful. Thank you. Patricia Patricia Tan Real tour and international sales director with the your Global Agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida. And the past chair of the Sarasota Association of Rio Tours International Council,.

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on WJR 760

"Spoke to Patricia in our first hour about Americans buying across the sea and now let's reverse course and talk about those foreign buyers who will not let the pandemic slow down their plans. Patricia is the international sales director with the your Global agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida She's an international real estate expert who works every day with European and Asian clients. And served as the chairperson of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours International Council. Patricia was also stars liaison to the United Kingdom for three years. She's a certified international property specialist CPS and she teaches that course for n A. R. Patricia. Welcome back to realestate today. I'm glad to be here. Thanks for having me back. Steven, We are so glad you're here. So, Patricia Tell us about foreign buyers who want to purchase either investment properties or vacation homes in the United States. Are they waiting or still going forward? Once it became evident, the pandemic wasn't going to go away quickly. A lot of people decided they weren't going to put the life on hold. They were going to get on with things and do what they plan to do So, for instance, I have a an investor from Switzerland, who is closing next week on investment property here in Sarasota, which is going to be a long term rental investment for him. He knows the neighborhood. He's never seen this particular house other than virtually, but he feels comfortable moving forward on that basis. I have Ah, client whose real kidding back to the Yusa from Grand Cayman in the Caribbean. They're buying a home site. I'm seen as well because when they get here, they want to have somewhere to live. We also have a American gentleman who was working in Beijing was actually buying a winter home in Florida for his mom who lives in Austin because he doesn't want us spending another winter, potentially another lock down situation in the Northeast cold weather, so all kinds of ways that we're doing business Despite the pandemic that is so interesting. First of all. I've got to say Switzerland Grand Cayman Beijing You certainly deal with some exclusive clientele Next life. Very interesting, Challenging but interests I imagine so So did every one of those clients Now you reference this With the client from Switzerland. But did everyone else also by sight unseen? Yes, there are not able to travel here. But I really want to move forward with their plans to buy real estate here. And so one of the things we've always talked about Patricia is how wonderful it can be. If you own property in the United States that you want to sell. And you can somehow get it in front of a foreign buyer because quite often They're all cash quite often. They're extremely well qualified, and quite often they want a quick settlement. Is that still happening? It is still happening. We are somewhat limited in terms ofthe face to face north, a thing we can do so a lot of that is going online. But quite frankly, Steven, a lot of international business is done through personal networks. So especially notices. People are buying things site on saying they want to know they're working with an engine to their control. Just in this stuff agent has been introduced to them by someone they know and trust. Then they feel more comfortable making that kind of, you know, Long distance decision Interesting. And so, Patricia, are you going from a to Z with every one of these clients, for instance. You helped them find the property. You help them manage the transaction arranged the contracts arranged the offers. And then once they actually settle on the place. You're obviously involved in that too. And what about at the very end? Are you finding tenants for their investments? Yes, we are. If they want tenants in the property, then we're actually finding the tenants, placing the collecting runs and providing a real hands off property management role. I think it's very important. That you are able to offer a kind of one stop shopping, inasmuch as you do everything related to the real estate construction when it's something you personally cannot. D'oh. You facilitated an introduction to another cluster partner. I see. I imagine that some of your clients never actually physically hold the keys. Because they're probably stateside. Well, that's true. And in fact, that's true. Two of US clients. I just had a customer who lives locally, who purchased an investment property with us. Eight years ago, when we had a tenant in there for eight years, and now she wants to put it on the market, and she called me and she said, I just realized I don't have a key for the house Do you have so? Yes, we are in the position of ultimate trust both locally, but more So when we're working with global client well, Patricia, I am so glad to hear business is going well for you. And later on in the year. If the pandemic starts to go away, we'll check back with you. Okay. Thank you. Patricia Patricia Tan Rio Tour and international sales director with the your global Agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida and the past chair. The Sarasota Association of Real Tours International Council.

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"We spoke to Patricia in our first hour about Americans buying across the sea and now let's reverse course and talk about those foreign buyers who will not let the pandemic slow down their plans. Patricia is the international sales director with the your Global Agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty. In Sarasota, Florida She's an international real estate expert who works every day with European and Asian clients and served as the chairperson of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours. International Council. Patricia was also stars liaison to the United Kingdom for three years. She's a certified international property specialist GPS, and she teaches that course for N A. R. Patricia, Welcome back to realestate today. I'm glad to be here. Thanks for having me back. Steven, We are so glad you're here. So Patricia tell us about foreign buyers who want to purchase either investment properties or vacation homes in the United States. Are they waiting? We're still going forward. Once it became evident that pandemic wasn't going to go away quickly. Allot of people decided they weren't going to put their life on hold. They were going to get on with things and do what they plan to do So, for instance, I have a An investor from Switzerland, who is closing next week on a investment property here in Sarasota, which is going to be a long term rental investment for him. He knows the neighborhood. He has never seen this particular house, other than virtually But he feels comfortable moving forward. On that basis. I have a client who's relocating back to the USA from Grand Cayman in the Caribbean. They're buying a home sight unseen as well. Because when they get here, I want to have somewhere to live. We also have a American gentleman who was working in Beijing. It was actually buying a winter home in Florida for his mom who lives in Boston because he doesn't want her spending another winter, potentially in a lock down situation in the Northeast. Cold weather. So all kinds of ways that we're doing business Despite the pandemic that is so interesting. First of all. I've got to say Switzerland Grand Cayman. Beijing. You certainly deal with some exclusive clientele Next life. Very interesting, Challenging but interesting. I imagine so So did everyone of those clients. Now you reference this With the client from Switzerland. But did everyone else also by sight unseen? Yes, there are not able to travel here. But I really want to move forward with their plans to buy real estate here. And so one of the things we've always talked about Patricia is how wonderful it can be. If you own property in the United States that you want to sell. And you can somehow get it in front of a foreign buyer because quite often They're all cash quite often. They're extremely well qualified, and quite often they want a quick settlement. Is that still happening? It is still happening. We are somewhat limited in terms ofthe face to face or nothing we can do. So a lot of that is going online. But quite frankly, Steven, a lot of international business is done through personal networks. So especially notices. People are buying things sytem, saying they want to know they're working with an engine to their control. And it's not agent has been introduced to them by someone they know on trust. Then they feel more comfortable making that kind of, you know, long distance decision. Interesting. And so, Patricia, are you going from a to Z with every one of these clients, for instance. You help them find the property. You help them manage the transaction arranged the contracts arranged the offers. And then once they actually settle on the place. You're obviously involved in that too. And what about at the very end? Are you finding tenants for their investments? Yes, we are. If they want tenants in the property, then we're actually finding the tenants, placing the collecting runs and providing a real hands off property management role. I think it's very important. That you are able to offer a kind of one stop shopping. And as much as you do everything related to the real estate transaction. When it's something you personally cannot dio you facilitate an introduction to another trusted partner. I see. I imagine that some of your clients never actually physically hold the keys because they're probably stateside. Well, that's true. And in fact, that's true. Two of US clients. I just had a A customer who lives locally, who purchased an investment property with US. Eight years ago, when we had a tenant in there eight years, and now she wants to put it on the market, and she called me and she said, I just realized I don't have a key for the house Do you have so? Yes, we are in the position of ultimate trust both locally, but more So when we're working with global client well, Patricia, I am so glad to hear business is going well for you. And later on in the year if the pandemic starts to go away. We'll check back with you. Okay. Alright, Thankyou. Patricia Patricia Tan Real tour and international sales director with the your global agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida. And the past chair of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours International Council. Coming.

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

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"coldwell banker realty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Sales director with the your Global Agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida. Patricia is an international real estate expert who served as the chairperson of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours. International Counsel. Patricia was also an arse liaison to the United Kingdom for three years. She's a certified international property specialist CPS. And in fact, she teaches that course for n A. R. Patricia, welcome back to realestate today. Thank you. Very nice to be here. Steven. We are delighted that you're with us. So, Patricia Ever since the pandemic, so many international borders have been shut down. People can't travel to find their dream homes in Great Britain or France or Asia and those people can't come here quite often to find investment properties or their getaway home. So how is Thie international market? Right now. Well, you might imagine Stephen. It's been a little quieter than we would normally expect. But people are very tenacious if they want to get something done. I'll certainly find a way of doing it both from the Realtor end of the transaction on the end user So as Realtors. We're doing a lot more, but will work a lot more videos, personal walk throughs, interactive video conferences with clients on site in the community in a home On DH that's proving to be very beneficial. So, Patricia If I would like to buy A flat in London. Or a little house in the rolling hills of the south of France. Do I have to wait until the entire pandemic is just done with an over or can I make my move now? Well, you can certainly go some way towards making that move now. We are seeing a lot of our European partners embrace different kinds of technology so they could bring the home to you. Certainly you could see that online. If you get the right introduction to a good partner, you should feel confident in hearing what they have to say in their opinions on the property. You know, if you want to wait until you can really go and see it, That's fine. You can certainly put all of the pieces in place right now and potentially purchase it. If Yu happy to do that, without physically being are Americans buying investment properties overseas, or they mostly getaways and personal residences. Well, the traffic that I've seen so far statement has been probably 70 30. Maybe 70% of the people are looking for A vacation property, something that family can use and maybe rented out when they're not using it in about 30% of the people are buying what I call a few investment property where there really have no intention of using the home themselves. Just looking to diversify their real estate portfolio. And, of course, now the dollar is so strong that dollars, actually driving some of those people to make decisions to buy overseas. Perhaps you might have been a little reticent to do that before, and I was definitely a time to buy in Europe, for instance, and then maybe selling Europe 357 years down the track. When the dollar maybe weaker and the euro is stronger. I see Patricia one last question for you if I were interested in buying just a little single family home. And either The English countryside. Or the south of France. How much would I be paying? Oh, that's a tough one. A small home in the English countryside. I would think you're looking at a minimum $600,000. Something that move in condition. Okay, um, south of friends might actually be cheaper because there's a lot more land in front generally. We could probably get into something not on the coast OK inland for Maybe 3 84 $100,000 somewhere in that, Rachel Nice. So, Patricia, we have just talked about Americans buying realestate across the seas. I wonder if you could join us again in the next hour of real estate today and will reverse that. Talking about people from foreign countries coming here to buy investments. Would that be okay? That would be great. I'll talk to you soon. Wonderful. Thank you. Patricia Patricia Tan Real tour and international sales director with the your Global Agents team at Coldwell Banker Realty in Sarasota, Florida. And the past chair of the Sarasota Association of Real Tours International Council..

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