Eli’s Exclusivity Exchange Program
Having multiple listings at a time can create a conflict of interest…
For this reason, I’ve designed a program of Exclusivity Exchange. Before I get into how this works let me set the stage with what it’s designed to prevent.
Other agents might allow the following situations —
Let’s say you sign an exclusive right to sell an agent and that agent gets an opportunity to sell another unit in your building at the same time. Some may argue that one listing will suffer because of the other, especially when both or more listings are represented by the same agent.
Your agent representing you has an opportunity to list another unit in another building within 5 blocks of your building. That listing is priced within 10% +/- of yours and has all the same features even down to the same approximate square footage. Could this situation draw buyers away from one listing or the other? Could your agent have a conflict of interest that would potentially hurt your sale because he/she has another listing in proximity that can compete? Some would say yes.
Now you have an idea of how other agents can potentially reduce their loyalty to you by having multiple listings in your building, or even nearby. The follow list of criteria is how my E3 program will protect you.
While having your exclusive and until in contract, I won’t take any listings that:
Are in your building within 10% of your initial asking price and have the same number of bedrooms
Are within a 5 block radius of your building within 10% of your initial asking price and have the same number of bedrooms