Success is and will, never be the key to happiness. Happiness is, in fact, the actual key to success. If you love what you do there’s a significant leeway, you will be successful in it. At one point in life, almost everyone dreams of owning their own home. The best investment on earth, as they say, is earth. This is probably one reason real estate is as big as it is today.
One quite successful real estate player today is Greg Hague. The law professor has accomplished more in his life as a youth than most people will likely achieve in an entire lifetime. At 18 years of age, Greg already had a real estate license. The Miami University graduate has a Bachelor’s degree in Science and a Juris Doctor degree from the American University Washington College of Law. In his twenties, Greg took up Hague Realtors, his family real estate business, and by 1978 had already branched out to form his own real estate firm.
In 1981, Greg moved his family to Scottsdale, Arizona. He was a founding member of WHY USA Inc, which he later sold to his management team. Among his many achievements, Greg has served on the Publications Committee of the National Assembly of Realtors and received the leading bar exam score in the state of Arizona in 2010 from the Arizona School of Law. Greg founded Real Estate Mavericks, which serves as a real estate coaching company. His prowess in the field has led him to become one of the most sought after real estate entrepreneurs with some even referring to him as the quarterback of real estate.
In a recent article on Forbes, Hague took to the stage to give his views on the present-day state of the housing market. He criticized the market for sticking to older sales strategies that cost the home seller about 3-8% reduction in selling prices of real estate. Hague regarded the current sales strategy as hope marketing where sales are entirely dependent on the sellers luck. Hague briefed on his plan to introduce a whole new system of sales that follows a strategy similar to Apple and Amazon’s.
Hague believes building anticipation is a vital part of sales and hopes his new system will change the way sellers market real estate. Instead of putting up a yard sign and placing the home in MLS on availability, Hague’s strategy aims at building anticipation for the home first then putting up the sign when the buyers demand will be unbearable.
Hague also debates that the MLS system put in place shouldn’t make known the number of days a piece of property has been in the market as it only lowers the market value. Greg Hague’s new implementations will revolutionize and shake up the real estate segment. Here’s a man who has made hard work a habit and gotten satisfaction from pushing himself to the absolute limits knowing all his efforts will pay off.