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Pay the Piper

Craig Schiller wrote a thought provoking post about Staging homes and time of payment - I agree and disagree (am I allowed to do both?) :-)

If the licensee is going to guarantee payment to the vendor - regardless of whether the property sells - either following close of escrow or following the expiration/cancellation of the listing - it can be a win-win for all concerned.

There are other vendors (apart from Stagers) in the marketplace - at least in Phoenix - who actively solicit business based on the "pay for it at closing" model.  They come from categories that include, Roof Repair Contractors, Carpet Replacement Contractors, Termite Inspectors, Appraisers, Lawn & Yard cleanup, etc.  Not all vendors in those categories

They cannot be paid based on whether or not the property sells - as that would make it contingent on a closed transaction - which is a "no no" unless you are a real estate licensee.  They MUST be paid when the transaction closes OR when the transaction fails to close (expired / cancelled listing).

Our company (our Real Estate Support Services "C" Corporation not the brokerage we are affiliated with), which Suzanne and I own, guarantees payment to the Home Inspector we use for all our Listings either at Close of Escrow or at the time the Listing Expires/Cancels.  The Home Inspector likes the arrangement because they know they get more net revenue per year from us than if they insisted on payment at time of inspection, and while they are very busy, they aren't having to choose between doing an inspection for us at time of listing.

Thoughts and comments from other vendors out there about deferring payment until close of escrow or cancellation of listing?

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Comments

Tony... awesome awesome awesome information. THIS is just the kind of dialogue and insight that will help stagers Stage It Forward.

Speaking of Stage It Forward... will you post this in that group so that we can feature it there too>

THANKS for your insight.

Craig

Posted by Craig Schiller about 12 years ago

There's another factor to consider.  We agents take list and sell on a contingent basis.  However, when the sale closes, we get the "big" money.  One of the reasons we can justify our fee is because it IS contingent.  No sale, no fee. 

If stagers and others perform services on a contingency, their fee will go UP.  I don't mind putting money out for convenience, but it has to be a very firm contract. 

I pay for home inspections for my buyers.  They pay the inspector and I reimburse them at settlement.  No settlement, no reimbursement. 

This is what works for me. 

Posted by Lenn Harley, Real Estate Broker - Virginia & Maryland (Lenn Harley, Homefinders.com, MD & VA Homes and Real Estate) about 12 years ago
Thank you for putting up this post.  I am in the process of starting a team and will be looking to set up a system similar to what you described with vendors.
Posted by Randy Prothero, Hawaii REALTOR, (808) 384-5645 (eXp Realty) about 12 years ago
Tony- another option might be to pay the stager, as we are, at the time of the initial consultation for the consultation fee (few hundred dollars).  That gets the stager there, paid, and with the foot in the door to then negotiate with the  seller directly.  It doesn't make sense to me to defer payment for services rendered.  What a mess it could be with the seller being responsible for "deferred" payments if the listing ends- who insures payment?  And, if a house is being put on the market, what real estate agent wants it to become indebted along the way with items that could be paid as services are rendered?  I could be too focused on keeping it simple, and missing something important here.
Posted by Laurie Mindnich about 12 years ago

Good thought provoking post Tony. I think many service providers should offer something like getting paid at closing. As Lenn stated too we don't get paid until it closes. Neither does the title company or mortgage broker or seller. But it seems odd that the inspector, appraiser, stagers, etc all get paid up front. True, they may have to pay more for their services if they change their payment set up but many sellers would be more inclined to hire additional service providers prior to closing if they were somehow protected. Think of how difficult it would be to get a seller to hire us for our full commission up front. We have tons of expense & things to do during the entire listing process, before it & through to closing.

Maybe they could offer a fee of X-Y to pay now or X if you wait til closing?

Posted by Susan Milner, Cape Coral Real Estate Broker, FloridaFutureAgents (Florida Future Realty, Inc.) about 12 years ago
Craig - Thanks for stopping by and I have added the link to this post in my comment on your post, joined the Stage It Forward group and posted it there as requested.  It's been a while since I've been on the receiving end of a Gold Star - made my day! :-)
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Lenn - Not sure if my point was clear.  These vendors are NOT paid on a contingency - they are paid at the time that one of two (and only two) options occurs - either the property sells - or it doesn't sell.  The vendor gets paid by us either way.
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Randy - Good to hear from you - I was missing you after only a few hours! :-)
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago

Laurie - You raise some excellent points - so I'll do my best to clarify:

Another option might be to pay the stager, as we are, at the time of the initial consultation for the consultation fee (few hundred dollars).  That gets the stager there, paid, and with the foot in the door to then negotiate with the  seller directly. 

That's exactly what we currently do for Staging.

It doesn't make sense to me to defer payment for services rendered.  What a mess it could be with the seller being responsible for "deferred" payments if the listing ends- who insures payment? 

It does for us - it's scalable that way - and we guarantee the payment - not the Seller.

And, if a house is being put on the market, what real estate agent wants it to become indebted along the way with items that could be paid as services are rendered?  

Me!  Pay now or pay later - I vote for pay later - again - scalability.  But - that's a matter of preference. 

Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Susan - You are on the same thought process I am.  I could go into more specifics - but Sherman and the Anti-Trust folks would likely become perturbed.  Let's just say that if a Seller is willing to participate in up front expenses that changes the risk/reward dynamic and allows more flexibility for the Listing Agent.
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
I think it can be based on each specific instance. If the Stager has a lot of money tied up in 'props' then obviously they are carrying that expense over time. But if it's simply a consultation, then there might be more flexibility in delaying payment.
Posted by Rich Jacobson, Your Kitsap County WA Real Estate Broker (Fathom Realty West Sound) about 12 years ago

O.K. Now I understand.  I have that arrangement with a couple of title companies I use.  I want title abstract pulled early, not to wait until the last minute and they know that if there is no settlement, I pay their abstract fee.

I also pay for termite inspections.

Home inspections are different.  I don't want to be on the hook for a home inspection unless the house closes because there is a (minor) risk that the buyer will use the home insepction to kill the contract.  But, the buyer pays the home insepctor when the job is done.

I guess what I can get from this is that it pays to keep good relationships with vendors.  I agree 100%.  I rely on good people in emergencies and they come through for me.

 

Posted by Lenn Harley, Real Estate Broker - Virginia & Maryland (Lenn Harley, Homefinders.com, MD & VA Homes and Real Estate) about 12 years ago
Rich - Great point.  Our focus is only on the time investment.  We wouldn't expect a Stager to foot the bill for significant out of pocket expenses up front. 
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Lenn - I'm absolutely on the same page!
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Congrats on the Gold Star - I'll be back in the Rain soon - stay tuned!
Posted by Suzanne Marriott, Associate Broker, CLHMS, e-PRO (Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago

Great post!

Really useful information. It makes sense that some companies will go with this arrangement as you said, it's guaranteed money in their pocket

Posted by Nattalie de la Mothe, Selling Atlanta Homes like a Boss (Maximum One Greater Atlanta Realtors) about 12 years ago

Hey Tony,

Good idea..I personally do not want that liability. Simular to home warranties..if they opt out before a certain period..the HO is charged a fee. Good info.

Posted by Neal Bloom, Realtor CRS-Weston FL Real Estate (Brokered by eXp Realty LLC) about 12 years ago

I believe that stagers will get more deals if they invoice and collect at close or de-listing....

Appraisers do it this way....

 

Posted by Tom Burris, Texas/Louisiana Mortgage Pro - 13 YRS Experience (NMLS# 335055) about 12 years ago

Tony,

What a great post! Your comments have made me consider my policy of payment up front. I really think you are on to something. Thanks!

Posted by Anthea Click, Nashville Home Stager - Selling Nashville, TN homes quickly! (Fresh Perspectives - www.InsideNashvilleHomes.com) about 12 years ago
Nattalie - Thanks for stopping by and for the comment!
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Neal - Thanks for the perspective.  I guess subconsciously my decision to take the hit whether it closes or not is based on the fact that the vast majority of our listings do result in a closed sale - even in this market where the inventory is ten times the monthly transactions (About 60,000 in the MLS versus 6,000 closed resales)
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Tom - I agree.  The "terms" of payment sometimes are the ONLY differentiator in vendor selection.
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Anthea - As Rich pointed out - it's one thing to defer payment for your "time" investment - it's another to defer payment for "out of pocket" staging "props" or other "hard dollar costs".  It's attractive to potential clients - but to be thought through and exercised with caution!
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago

Tony, What a great post. You have given everyone (including yourself, it seems) some things to think about with this post. The mantra from the stagers corner has for some time been, "The time is coming when we will simply be a part of the real estate transaction just as home inspections are now." Perhaps we will have to consider more ways to make ourselves more attractive to the home sellers in order to ease the way across the present bridge of lack of knowledge.

 Let's just say that if a Seller is willing to participate in up front expenses that changes the risk/reward dynamic and allows more flexibility for the Listing Agent.  Tony, you have one of the keys here and we need to consider ways to allow more flexibilty for the home owner as well. We will thereby once again change the risk/reward dynamic.

P.S. What happened to the jail guy?

Posted by Yvonne Root, Home Stager - Northern Arizona (rooms b.y. root) about 12 years ago

Yvonne - Thanks for stopping by and for the great observations.  Regarding the jail guy.....by special request............

Jail Guy

Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
I guess as a stager, it would come down to the relationship I have with a Brokerage. If I would only be getting the odd job, it would not be worth my while, nor could I afford to wait for payment. Otherwise, if it ment I would get a great number of new listings I would certainly have no problem with deferred payment...just don't ask for a discount!
Posted by Toronto's 2 Hounds Design: Decorating + Staging (2 Hounds Design + Home Staging) about 12 years ago
Interesting, I agree with Dane, I would think it would all be relevant on the relationship
Posted by Jennifer Walker-Derby, Real Estate Extraordinaire (Re/Max Westside) about 12 years ago

From a home inspectors view point.  Home inspectors for the most like to get paid at the time of the inspection.  One big reason is that it is rumoured that some buyers back out of buying after they see the inspection report.  At this point it can become very difficult to collect your fee for the inspection. 

I offer my clients the option of paying at closing, but I require a Visa or Master Card number as a security deposit to do so.  I have had many clients do it this way and it has always been met with a positive reaction.  I let everyone know up front that if I do not have the payment in hand 7 days after the scheduled closing, I will charge the number for the amount of the inspection plus a $50 service charge.  They sign and agree to this on my inspection agreement.  It is their choice they can defer the payment or pay at the time of the inspection.

 

Posted by Scott Patterson, ACI, Home Inspector, Middle TN (Trace Inspections, LLC) about 12 years ago
Dane - Sounds like a great win-win to me!
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Scott - Our Buyers always select and pay the Home Inspector at the time of inspection.  We use a Home Inspector for Inspections at time of Listing - which we pay for - either after COE or after expiration/cancellation.
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago

WHERE the heck is this post going?

Oh how all the women stagers (and some of the men) are gonna like THAT picture!

LOL

Me

 

Posted by Craig Schiller about 12 years ago
Craig - The "Jail Guy" made his first and only appearance in http://activerain.com/blogsview/80672/The-price-of-fibbing back in April.  In her comment above, Yvonne "wondered" where he had got to...so by special request he made a quick cameo appearance!  And now back to our regularly scheduled program...... !!
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago

I say do what works for you. I am a Realtor and Appraiser and of course being a Realtor we get paid when the home sells, but as a Appraiser it depends on my client. Some have an ongoing account and I get paid at closings and others at the time of service. I have also worked with contractors on real estate investment deals were I had little money to rehab the home but the contractor and I worked out a deal were he would get paid at the table at a 10% fee increase. It's all negotiable.

There is no right or wrong, but I say do, what works best.

Posted by Frank Harris (Keller Williams Realty Centre) about 12 years ago
Frank - I agree - look for the win-win
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago

I like Scott's idea of having a credit card number on file as an "insurance policy".  I've always just said "NO" to the idea of being paid later, but after reading these comments, I am going to give the concept some consideration.  Thanks to all!

Kim Dillon, Creative Eye Home Staging

 

Posted by Kim Dillon (Creative Eye Home Staging) about 12 years ago
Wow Tony, Thanks for showing how you respond to a request -- right away! Oh yeah, thanks for bringing back the jail guy too. Now get back to the regularly scheduled discussion. (Which is proving to be very enlightening, by the way.)
Posted by Yvonne Root, Home Stager - Northern Arizona (rooms b.y. root) about 12 years ago

I suspect Stagers have tried to stay away from any 'getting paid at closing' deals as they felt they should get paid whatever the outcome. If a Stager is guaranteed to be paid by the listing agent or owner - we just don't know when - it really depends on the personal/financial circumstances of the Stager. It gets a bit more complicated when rental furniture is involved as many Stagers prefer the home owner to pay the monthly rental costs directly to the rental company. I would hazard a guess that many home owners have a lot of equity tied up their homes and the only way they can pay a Stager is once the property is sold. Definitely food for thought.

Stephanie

Posted by Stephanie Heron, Weeber - Dressing Rooms (Dressing Rooms LLC) about 12 years ago

If I were a stager, I would make a deal that no one could resist.  I'd make payment at closing and only if it closes.  I'd place myself on the same level as the agent and the mortgage broker and show that I have a vested interest in getting that home sold. 

Most of the time sellers have all of their money tied up in their equity.  Usually that equity money isn't that real to them either.  It's easy to spend it because it's just some numbers on the HUD-1 statement.  It's not like they are writing a check. 

It's the same thing with tax withholdings.  If you had to write a check to pay your taxes every month most people would throw a fit and be outraged at what they are paying.  But when it's just numbers on a pay stub, it doesn't seem like a big deal. 

You could probably charge twice as much if you did it this way and would have more business than you could handle.

Posted by Tim Maitski, Truth, Excellence and a Good Deal (Atlanta Communities Real Estate Brokerage) about 12 years ago
Good point raised several times - sometimes the seller can't afford to pay until closing - and often theirs are the homes that need it the most.
Posted by Sharon Simms, St. Petersburg FL - CRS CIPS CLHMS RSPS (Coastal Properties Group International - Christie's International) about 12 years ago
Tony - great conversation here. I do pay a staging consultation for my clients (upfront). I have not thought about the inspector, but like both yours and Lenns ideas.
Posted by Paula Henry, Realtor - Indianapolis Real Estate - 317-605-4174 (Home to Indy Team @ HomeSmart Realty Group) about 12 years ago
Tony, thanks for clarifying- and good to know that there are other ways of doing business when needed!
Posted by Laurie Mindnich about 12 years ago
Tony, exactly right.  This has brought out a great commentary.  Nice post Tony...thanks for the invite to AR too.
Posted by Gary White~Grand Rapids Home Selling Pro Call: 616-821-9375, Real Estate Services You can Trust! (Flexit Realty "Flexible Home Selling Solutions") about 12 years ago
Kim - Glad to see the discussion was thought provoking!
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Yvonne - we aim to please!
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Stephanie - I agree with you - hard dollar costs for rental furniture are one thing - time investment for payment later quite another.
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Tim - I agree that with a "pay later" option the price, supply & demand curve would all change.
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Sharon - Agreed - which is why payment deferment programs may be a way out of a "Catch 22"
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Paula - Innovate to differentiate!
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Laurie - Definitely not a "one size fits all" world.
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Gary - Thanks for stopping by and happy to hear you are enjoying Active Rain!
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Building relationships with all vendors will help your business tremendously. Some vendors want to get paid upon completion but working something out is definetly possible once there is a relationship established.
Posted by Adrian Alvarado, Inland Empire Real Estate (MGR Real Estate Inc.) about 12 years ago

I think the pay later idea is for sure a GOOD ONE. I, can't really afford that right now...but hope to soon! Another option for our real-estate agents and home-owners is a pay later policy but a discount if you pay up-front. What do agents think about that?

 Amber

Posted by Amber Langston (HOME BRANDERS / DIXIELAND HOME DESIGN) about 12 years ago
Adrian - Always look for the win-win to benefit both.
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago
Amber - It's worth consideration.  Depends on the discount versus the length of time to pay.
Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 12 years ago

Jennifer Walker-Derby I was remiss in the early days - just now catching up with comments from blog posts since day 1 - thanks for the comment - hope you are still in the 'Rain!  

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