134 people tuned in LIVE to see what’s really happening in Downtown Los Angeles as Corey Chambers and Brandi Price hosted a LIVE Periscope Webcast from an L.A. high-rise condo. They showed how to avoid the 5 biggest mistakes in Downtown real estate, and reveal how to make the most of one of the world’s hottest markets.
“the latest on what the Downtown L.A. renaissance is all about”
Corey Chambers, the L.A. real estate agent known for buying Downtown Los Angeles lofts for cash, broadcasted Downtown’s first ever real estate open house LIVE TV show. Viewers tuned in to watch at http://www.DowntownScope.com Sunday, January 17 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. The broadcast was transmitted using Periscope and Twitter.
“The show shared the latest on what the Downtown L.A. renaissance is all about,” Chambers said. “As a live TV show, viewers worldwide got the chance to see what is really happening LIVE in the most exciting place on Earth.” The show co-starred actress Brandi Price.
Chambers did the show because he believes that most real estate agents just do the ABC’s of real estate, and they don’t implement the latest technologies to their fullest. He noticed that a popular loft listed by another agent recently took more than 100 days to sell because the real estate agent Multiple Listing Service was the only significant marketing tool, which is a “notoriously lazy way to market real estate” according to Chambers. In addition to the live open house TV show on Periscope, Chambers, who is a veteran computer and satellite systems specialist in the U.S. Air Force, publishes the L.A. Loft Blog, provides the largest number of unlisted lofts and condos for sale in Downtown, and offers the latest technology to buyers and sellers (at no cost to buyers) such as heat map software that instantly shows which homes have positive cash flows, which unlisted properties are likely to sell next, and which properties are in distress and are likely to sell for a bargain price.
As for agents to simply upload their seller clients property to the MLS and then throw a lockbox on the door, “This is total nonsense,” Chambers concluded. Don’t real estate agents get paid enough to do more for their clients? Chambers actually guarantees the sale of homes, and also guarantees in writing that home buyers will love their new home or he will buy it back. The seller and Corey must agree on price and time of possession.
Sponsored by the L.A. Loft Blog, the web TV show dramatized this aggressive style. It took place inside the 23rd floor of a Downtown highrise condominium for sale with panoramic views of Downtown’s Financial District to the Hollywood sign. It was not, however, merely a show and tell about a single home for sale. The show called “Downtown Scope” also revealed how to avoid the 5 biggest mistakes in Downtown real estate, as well as tips on how to make the most of the hot Downtown L.A. market.
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