Realtor Sewer Scope Presentation

garvins_cta3Over a month ago, we were contacted by a Realtor whom we had dome business for, asking us if we would do an educational presentation. I wasn’t sure if we were to expect 6 people or 100, but agreed.
We have seen an increased unethical practice within our industry where homeowners are being told they need a sewer line repair and our second opinion investigations are not showing that to be true. Because of this, not only are homeowners making fear-based, uneducated and expensive decisions to do such repairs, but Realtors are losing their closings (and their clients are potentially losing their dream homes). We wanted to educate Realtors on what a break looks like, how it happens and how to spot those “red flags” of sewer line repair dishonesty. We took a look at some sewer scope video to show how they’re being misread by less scrupulous sewer repair techs.
The seminar had over 5o people in attendance. The presentation went so well — questions were being asked and answered, stories were told of disasters, and of course, the sewer and plumber puns and jokes were flying. All in all, we had a great time and think we really helped some Realtors with their questions. In fact, we later received this brief testimonial from one such Realtor in attendance:
Hi Kris and Mitch,
 
Thank you, thank you for sharing your services at our Keller William Sales Meeting this past week.  The information you shared was timely and well thought out!  In fact today, Bob [omit] in our office came by asking me if I had your phone number.  I started digging in my files for your number from a sewer scope you did for my son on [omit] Holly and then I remembered I had your magnetic business card in my purse.  Needless to say, you made an impression on Bob who has been in the business for over 30 years.  Way to go!
 
Thanks again!  Cheryl
 
Thank you as well Cheryl (and Bob)!
If you are in the Greater Denver area and would like Mitch and I to speak at YOUR Realtor or homeowner’s association meeting, we are happy to do that free of charge. It is an educational meeting and we will need 20-45 min. to speak and answer questions. Contact Kris at (303) 571-5114 to schedule, and visit our facebook page!
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