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CASE STUDY: COST OF POOR PHOTOS

Cautionary Tale: The Photographs That Cost This Poor Home Owner $10,000+ in Additional Profit At Three Pillars Realty, we believe that it’s often the final five percent that makes all the difference. The subtle tweaks, the 1% improvements, can mean the difference in thousands of dollars. When it comes to you, your family and protecting […]

CASE STUDY: BRYANT DRIVE #203

When It Comes To Selling Your Home, The Biggest Investment You Make Is Who You Choose To Trust As a homeowner, you are making a significant investment of trust into the agent you choose to work with. Success in real estate transactions often comes down to choices. Smart homeowners understand the value of placing their […]

CASE STUDY: BETHPAGE DRIVE

All Said and Done, It Comes Down To True Professionals Putting Trust Into A Proven Process. When you really stop to think about the commonalities between the real estate transactions that “just work” and those that feel like you’re pulling a two-ton sled up a steep hill, it all boils down to the people involved. […]

CASE STUDY: OVERLOOK COURT

The Willingness To Delay Gratification and Follow A Proven Approach To Superior Results, Led These Sellers To An Extra $30,000 in Gross Profit. Meet The Clients: Last Fall, I got an email out of the blue from Kelly: Hi Ryan — I’m reaching out because I recall that you live north. I have a client/friend who is […]

CASE STUDY: BAYWOOD DRIVE

Ugly Ducking Transformed Into Beautiful Swan: How One Clients’ Commitment to a Vision Resulted in A Record-Setting Home Sale. Meet The Clients: Tina and Shane reached out to us way back in 2012. Looking to buy their first home together, from day one, their’s was an uncommon request. They were in search of an “ugly house […]

CASE STUDY: LA SALLE DRIVE

It was almost 18 months ago … I had to go back through my emails because I couldn’t remember, it’d been so long. Eighteen months ago was the first time that Maureen called to let me know that she’d inherited a family property. She asked if I’d help her explore options. Should she rent, sell, remodel? What […]

CASE STUDY: A LONG WAY HOME

A story about what happens when ‘the perfect house’ pops up right before you are leaving for a three month vacation – half way across the world.   Would you be willing to pass up the perfect house because of a vacation? What about a three month vacation overseas? What about a three month vacation, […]

CASE STUDY: LAKESIDE TRAIL

A story of a client who executed our gameplan brilliantly, ran into some bumps in the road and maintained her smile throughout.  I sat across the closing table from a client, a couple mornings ago. At one point, she paused mid-signature, exhaled, looked around and remarked, “Gosh, this buying and selling a home is a […]

CASE STUDY: LIVE OAK CIRCLE

The Story of an Empty House: A literal illustration of why, when your goal is to maximize the profits from your home sale, the details matter … ALOT.  A couple of Fridays ago, I glanced down at my to-do list and saw priority number one: Take Pictures of the Empty House. Something I could not have been more excited […]

CASE STUDY: LONGMONT LANE

Tom and I go back a number of years. College roommates to be exact — my sophomore year, his junior — before he left school early to pursue professional baseball. Tom was one of the first, of my friends, that I helped buy a house, when I was a somewhat newly minted licensee — almost a decade ago. We have since […]

CASE STUDY: RUSHING TO MARKET

The harsh reality is, time and again, homeowners lose more profit when their real estate agent comes in half-cocked and shooting from the hip.  “Are you kidding me . . . . $726,000? The house on Fairview just closed for $726,000? Man, I knew it! I guess that’s the cost of being completely honest with people.”  That’s the “PG” […]

CASE STUDY: FIRST TIME BUYERS

Ryan is a first-class Realtor. He worked tirelessly to help us find our first-home. He is honest and upfront, always looking out for the best-interest of his clients. He was always quick to respond and be there when a house of interest appeared on the market. In the end, he helped us find the perfect home […]

CASE STUDY: A DIFFERENT APPROACH

A cautious tale about what can happen when home sellers attempt to shortcut the process.  After all, maximum profit doesn’t ‘just happen,’ it has to be engineered from square one. I write often, highlighting our clients. Sharing their stories and triumphs — the successes enjoyed by way of hard work and a firm buy-in to our proven process. There is […]

CASE STUDY: RIDGEWOOD DRIVE

Ryan is the kind of agent you go to when you are serious about selling. I knew quickly that he understood our objectives and was instrumental in helping us get the house in shape for a quick sale. Ryan is a great communicator. He provides a realistic perspective on market conditions and what is needed to […]

CASE STUDY: LOVETT LANE

Just Tell Us What We Need to Do to Get The House. – The home buyer’s reaction …. as re-told to me by their Buyer’s Agent.  As soon as I leave here, I’m going straight to Home Depot to buy about a ton and a half of lumber. That’s what Chris told me as we were […]

CASE STUDY: FORT GRANT DRIVE

We Did It! Can You Believe We Actually Did It!!” – Client, Dale’s, reaction . . . . after going under contract, above asking price, after five month’s worth of work on the house.   I met my client, Dale, for the first time, almost seven months ago now. During that span of time, not only did […]

CASE STUDY: SILVERMINE DRIVE

When we left this morning, there were already like eight cars lined up outside the house. It was crazy!” – Text from Seller-Client on First Day of Showings I must confess, hearing my phone chirp at me first thing on a Saturday morning is not always the most welcomed reception.  Then again, I don’t ordinarily receive […]

CASE STUDY: CHERISSE DRIVE

Here are the facts . . . Ryan had our house under contract in less than 48 hours. We had 20+ showings in two and a half days and there were 6 offers on our house – all of them were over the asking price.  Many of the Realtors commented on how the house was […]

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