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#THECLOSERSDAILY : EPISODE 136: HACKED

I'm Justin Konikow, welcome to episode 136 of The Closers Daily. So long weekend's ahead of us, as usual, and we're not going to be posting on Sunday. We're actually gonna take Monday off as well, so we'll resume the series on Tuesday. Just thought a little tidbit of information you guys might like to know is the All-Star Board got hacked today. So the Board is where real estate agents are typically members, when they're working a territory, so there's the Toronto Board, the Huron Board, the All-Star Board, which is our board, not quite sure what the hack means. If you follow our Instagram stories we'll update you as we get the emails from All-Star. I know we got some weird inquiries from All-Star and from realtor.ca, it seemed like they were 15 or 16 year old kids asking questions and texting us, maybe they got their information fromt the board, who knows? I just wanted to use this Closers Daily as a lesson to you guys to be careful about the information that you guys put out there and what you tell people when they're requesting things from you. Make sure you know who you're talking to, maybe grab a phone and just jump on a call. I know I've heard horror stories in the States and, I think, one in Toronto, where somebody had given a deposit to somebody through email thinking it was their agent and it wasn't, agent got sued, big deal. Just make sure you're--

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#THECLOSERSDAILY : EPISODE 126: MOVE YOUR BODY

I'm Justin Konikow welcome to episode 126 of The Closers Daily. This one has absolutely nothing to do with real estate. Just a resource for you guys. So, those of you who've been following my story for some time know that I deal with a bit of a hip issue and was rolling with a killer local business owner named Tommy Caldwell, owns Hybrid Fitness up at Sarnia and Hyde Park, check him out. Reminded me of a guy name Doctor Andreo Spino. Check the link. YouTube him. He has a system called functional range conditioning and is an absolutely amazing resource when it comes to mobility, impingements, just functional range conditioning. So a lot of people know that mobility is a big part of working out, and making sure that you keep mobile and active. So check out his stuff on YouTube. I can't say enough good things about it, and I'm glad that Tommy mentioned him the other day because I'm getting right back into it and incorporating it into my daily routine. Health and wellness is a big thing. So make sure you're taking care of yourself so you can take care of those around you.

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#THECLOSERSDAILY : EPISODE 124: I SEE THROUGH YOU

I'm Justin Konikow and welcome to episode 124 of The Closers Daily. So this one has to do with transparency and dealing with other agents or parties if you have something under contract. Transparency meaning, you know, letting them know what's happening when it's happening. So let's take a financing condition, for example. So say you run into trouble on the first or second day and you only have seven days for financing. Let the other party know what's going on, if they require extra documents, if you might require an extra day or two, you know, if you're an overseas or out of country candidate, things may impact getting the financing within that seven day period because if you let them know ahead of time, when it comes time to do the extension, you'll have a way better likelihood of getting that set extension. If you don't tell them anything, you hide all the facts, and then you get to the last day and you're scrambling, they might not give it to you. And if you've wasted money on inspection or anything else, appraisals or whatnot, that may be money that's washed down the tube. So super important, let people know what's going on, be transparent and make sure that you protect yourself throughout the transaction.

Disclaimer: "Although care has been taken to ensure the accuracy, completeness and reliability of the information provided, we assume all information is subject to change and should be verified independently by the buyer and their agents.”

#THECLOSERSDAILY : EPISODE 72: SNEAKY PETE

Closers Daily Episode Number 72. So when you're looking at a property for the first time, you can get overwhelmed with the overall look of the house. And the big ticket items that you don't really notice some of the little things, and one thing that we've notice a couple times doing multiple inspections is when you're inspecting your property, sometimes when you're going through the basement you'll find these sellers who are out there we like to call them "Sneaky Petes" and they stack things up in front of issues that they want to cover up in the basement. Now, we tell our clients even when we list a property, when we're asking them for disclosures, it's not a big deal if there was something that happened, whether a roof leak or a foundation leak, or anything like that. We wanna be as transparent as possible to avoid problems down the road. We actually want to disclose them and what was done to fix them, so everybody is on the same page, and you don't run into problems. "Sneaky Petes" are the ones who will stack boxes up in front of say, a crack in the foundation that they don't want to disclose, and wanna hide it prior to closing. Those are the ones that end up becoming big problems, and you wanna watch out for. Always look at the little things. Don't get drawn in by the big

Disclaimer: "Although care has been taken to ensure the accuracy, completeness and reliability of the information provided, we assume all information is subject to change and should be verified independently by the buyer and their agents.”