“Clearly, the industry’s thought leaders are making it happen in their firms,” he adds.
According to a 2011 NAR and Harris Interactive study, the number of consumers interested in using a service provider affiliated with a brokerage firm increased 34 percent from the first survey completed in 2008.
In the NAR/Harris study, 78 percent of homebuyers said that one-stop shopping would save them money; 75 percent said it would make the process more manageable and efficient; and 73 percent said that a one-stop real estate shop would prevent the details relevant to their transactions from “falling through the cracks” — as well as make the entire process “more convenient.”
What advantages are real estate brokerage firms reaping from moving to a one-stop shop?
The Imprev Thought Leader Survey says the No. 1 benefit to providing ancillary services: Profits.
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