Scottsdale, AZ, February 14, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Heather Tawes Nelson, a top Realtor® in Scottsdale, joined hundreds of top real estate agents around the country to write “Real Estate in 2008” in less than a month.
“Real Estate in 2008” (http://www.realestatein2008.org) helps buyers, sellers and agents succeed in a challenging 2008 market by providing hundreds of ideas from top agents. Chapters include ideas on how to find motivated buyers, how to convince buyers to buy, how to help sellers price/position their homes correctly as well as many other creative ideas from around the country. These are ideas from top real estate agents who collaborated in an industry-wide effort which was launched during the National Association of Realtor’s (NAR) conference in November 2007.
Tawes Nelson provided a number of ideas as to why buyers should buy in 2008 and how sellers can prepare, price and position their homes to be sure they get sold in 2008. “In this market, many buyers are not interested in a ‘project.’ There is so much inventory out there that buyers will continue looking until they find the ideal home. So, from a seller’s perspective, you want to make sure your home is priced right, looking good and is in move-in condition.” said Heather.
“Heather contributed some great ideas to the book and shared her knowledge with other agents and consumers,” said Steve Kantor, President of Best Agent Business and author of "Billion Dollar Agent – Lessons Learned." “Over 1,000 top agents around the country brainstormed and contributed ideas to write "Real Estate in 2008" in record time. We wanted to help agents, buyers and sellers make the most of the 2008 real estate market.”
Heather Tawes Nelson has been a Realtor for over 2.5 years and is with Realty Executives Mountain View. She has earned the Accredited Buyer Representative and Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist designations and her website, www.scottsdaleagent.net
, provides detailed information about the area, detailed market statistics and buying and selling tips for the area.