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How Accelerated Sales Open Bidding™ Works with your Real Estate.

In this "cooling off " real estate market, experts suggest that the average residence is shown about 4 times a week during the first 3 weeks of a real estate listing. After that, an unsold home goes "stale" -- it gets shown less.

The average home is currently on the real estate market for about 4 months before it goes to contract. Around 15% of initial real estate contracts never make it to a successful closing -- something goes wrong, and the frustrated seller puts the home back on the real estate market.

The No. 1 sellers' complaint is the "showing" process -- the line of people trudging through their home, inspecting their lives, in search of who knows what.

Dozens of serious buyers in 2 days =

Open Bidding brings a lot of serious real estate buyers into your home, over a single weekend. Opportunity attracts them. Emotion captures them. Competition excites them. Their wallets open. Top dollar for your home pops out in an open bidding process that concludes on Sunday afternoon.

You don't have strangers coming through your home, day after day, often week after week, at times which are not always convenient.

Your home must look great -- truly great -- for one weekend only. And we have a "squeak and scrub" real estate team that makes sure that happens.

The open bid event occurs on Saturday and Sunday, from 2-5 pm. Buyers submit open bids at any time. Bids are revealed on a large Bid Board at 4:45 pm, on Sunday only.

At 5 pm on Sunday, all open bidding stops. On Monday, bidders are verified through credit checks, and the highest legitimate real estate offer (acceptable to the seller) goes to contract, with monies held in escrow. If the real estate deal does not go "hard" in the timeframe acceptable to the seller, we move to the next acceptable bidder.

We have sold dozens of homes this way. The average real estate sale has produced $4,600 extra dollars for every $100,000 of a home's true market value. The average open bid event has produced over 3 offers.

Why does open bidding work? Real Estate Marketing. Massive real estate marketing. And the professional Bid Site Team that handles and secures the open bid event. And a carefully planned and well-disciplined real estate timetable leading up to the event. But it all starts with a massive, well-planned marketing onslaught. Take a look:

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Contact Information

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Office Address: Templeworks Properties, LLC, 3755 Mykonos Ct., Boca Raton, FL 33487

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