The modern TV is flooded with several shows which aim to help aspiring home owners in finding their dream homes within their financial stretches. While many individuals argue that these TV shows aren't perfectly real because of the edits done, some percentage of the viewing public still asks if there are still lessons they can pick up from real estate TV shows. Apparently, the answer lies on how a watcher will perceive and understand the show. But if you are a wise viewer, sure there are lessons and some of which are discussed below.
Lesson 1: You can find a house that suits your preference and budget.
Many real estate shows on television has individuals looking for extremely beautiful homes for an awesome cheap budget. You'll ever wonder why there are some sellers who would slash a very big amount of the asking price and still the homebuyer would not agree with it. There are those who would complain for showing homes that are beyond their budgets - and that's the drama of these shows. When we mean drama, it's more of the advertising and marketing efforts. Showing homes that are not within the budget of the buyers is one way for these homes to be seen by more potential buyers. These potential buyers are those glued on their TV screens - including you, watching that specific episode of a real estate TV show.
Lesson 2: Finding yourself within the shoes of a very complaining buyer.
Watching real estate TV shows will let you come across home buyers with varied personalities. Some are quite and listen well to the agents while some of them can be very complaining. If you are this type of buyer, you'll eventually find your shoes in their stand. Good thing is you can assess yourself on how to correct your dealing and negotiating manners such that you won't be a nuisance when it's your time to buy your dream house.
Lesson 3: That the life of a real estate agent is not simple and easy.
While it may seem that real estate TV shows highlight the life and job of a real estate agent, you should know that behind the commission he makes per successful sale - his life is still not simple and easy. He may be earning beyond your average and he may be driving the car that you've been longing to have - but those privileges still aren't enough to conclude that his life is simple and easy. In fact, it is one that is also full of complexities - complex in the sense that he has to deal with buyers and sellers alike, thinking each day of how he can be successful in closing deals in order to earn his living in a very decent way.
The next time you glue your eyes on a real estate TV show, be aware that behind every house that is sold, three parties benefit - the buyer who realizes his dream of owning a house, the seller who gain his much-needed money, and the agent who earned his part of living.
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