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It's been said that there are "riches in niches", and divorce real estate is one such area that savvy agents can get a competitive edge. Sadly, over half of marriages end in divorce and while the house is usually considered the biggest asset of the marriage, it can also be the biggest point of contention given the financial and emotional value. 

How to establish yourself as the "go to" person in your market for divorce real estate? 

The over-arching message is, "now is not the time to hire a traditional REALTOR", that the decisions made during this trying period will have wide-ranging consequences that require the guidance of qualified professionals, including a real estate agent that understands the tax and financial implications of divorce. Moreover, you have the exceptional communication skills needed to facilitate negotiations between two spouses and represent both parties impartially. 

Want to get some ideas on how to market yourself as a divorce expert? 

To see the complete sites and other examples, you can visit www.jimrutkowski.com/portfolio to see a few example divorce sites. 

In future posts, I'll delve deeper into divorce real estate marketing. Till then, A-B-C. Always Be Closing! 

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Comment by Awoke A. Sheferaw on January 25, 2016 at 3:57pm

I think this is a good idea to explore more and be well versed. 

Comment by Misty Watkins on January 25, 2016 at 9:40am

I completely understand your point. I think this is a great niche. I would love to know more about it!!

Comment by Barbara Eisman on January 25, 2016 at 9:38am

This message implies that you are a dual agent.  In my firm, we are not allowed to be dual agents except in a rental situation.  I think being a dual agent in a divorce situation is a bad idea.  The parties in a divorce each have their own attorney and they should each have their own Realtor to be represented fairly.,

Comment by howard perry on January 18, 2016 at 1:18pm
Thanks for sharing!

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