Unraveling the Mystery of The Cromford Report

Venue:

Unraveling the Mystery of The Cromford Report

Phoenix,  

Time:

From  2019-02-13 18:00:00  to  2019-02-13 20:30:00
Event Description
Unraveling the Mystery of the Cromford Reporta/k/a How to Be and sound like a Market Expert using the Cromford Dataa/k/a Generating more business as a Market Expert REVIEWS FOR THIS CLASS "Clear and Concise. Wonderful Info" "Fabulous! I feel much more confident using these reports in my business." "I'm embarassed to say I've been paying for The Cromford Report for years and barely using it because I didn't know how. Now, I can use it with confidence to lock down more listings! THANK YOU SO MUCH! I want more!!" "Worth my time!  Helpful and informative!"  We will cover:  How to use the Cromford Report Using the data to understand overall market conditions Finding the right data to become THE expert in your market segment Listing Presentation data to WOW your prospective client Marketing with Data to be the Real Estate MASTER of your sphere  This is a hands on class.  Please bring your fully charged laptop.   The Cromford Report is: A collection of charts, data, and analysis about the real estate market in the Maricopa County area. Any subscriber to ARMLS may subscribe to the Cromford Report. Data is collected from a number of different sources. ARMLS data is used for the Active Listings counts and Active Listing Price per Square Foot. ARMLS data is used for the Square Feet of active listings. Maricopa and Pinal County Recorder deeds and affidavits of value are collected and used to record sales per month and sales prices. Maricopa and Pinal County Assessor files are used to determine Livable Square Feet for the Price per Square Foot calculation for Sales. Maricopa and Pinal County notices of trustee sale and trustee deeds are used to create the Foreclosure charts. Note that ARMLS sales and county record sales are not the same. County records will contain transactions that did not go through MLS. For example, For Sale by Owner (FSBO), Non-MLS auctions, private sales, etc. The majority of new home sales are also done outside MLS. The sales counts from public records will therefore exceed the sales counts from ARMLS. Top Realtors® in the Valley have been using The Cromford Report for years to stay educated on what is happening in the market, to educate clients and prospective clients on market conditions and expected market conditions valley wide as well as in their local area, and to develop business plans based on sound analysis of local data.