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Ken Griswold is a successful real estate agent, too?

Web site bio reads, "He is a top producer with a 20 year background in marketing and sales. Born and raised in this area, Ken is knowledgeable about the market and the conditions that affect the Puget Sound area and it's property values."

Anbody here used Ken to buy or sell a house?

Is he as good as it sounds?





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  • GladstoneGladstone Posts: 11,136
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  • Kim sells em, Race takes em away.
    Swayednc[Deleted User]SpoogeDawgbackthepackDerekJohnson
  • HuskyJWHuskyJW Posts: 6,575
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    edited March 2014
    Apparently. a lot of people quote him and link to him everyday.

    Web site bio reads, "He is a top producer with a 20 year background in marketing and sales. Born and raised in this area, Ken is knowledgeable about the market and the conditions that affect the Puget Sound area and it's property values."

    Anbody here used Ken to buy or sell a house?

    Is he as good as it sounds?





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  • CuntWaffleCuntWaffle Posts: 13,324
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    LOL 20 years in Marketing and Sales, I love when people brag about being in sales (I personally am a salesman) and try to make it sound so complicated by adding titles like "marketing" and "account executive". Christ you call people up and tell them to give you money, anyone can do it.

    People who brag about being in sales or marketing pretty much are not successful at all. So to answer your question no it isn't as good as it sounds, much much worse.

    Give yourself some more credit. Some people suck at selling.

    Honestly if you can hold a conversation well with strangers then you will be fine, it really isn't a skill. Still can make decent money doing it though.
  • Dawgfan406Dawgfan406 Posts: 192
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    edited March 2014
    Here is his 20 years in Marketing and Sales:

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  • [Deleted User][Deleted User] Posts: 11,491
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    Top agents have a steady supply of listings and recent transaction history, he has zilch

    Anybody here used Ken to buy or sell a house?

    Good question. For those who have, feel free to offer feedback here:

    http://www.movoto.com/realestateagent/kim-grinolds

    Time to drop a citrus bomb.......hope they like lemons.
    Swaye
  • SarkinghamSarkingham Posts: 264
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    Looks like someone already accepted the challenge...

    Great learning experience for me
    I moved here from California in 2007 and was looking for a nice 3 BD, 2 BA house in Renton. After hearing about Mr. Grinolds from some co-workers, I called him up. We met at Starbucks over a banana, and I knew after about 5 minutes of talking with Mr. Grinolds that he lived up to his reputation as being very knowledge-able and experienced.

    After a few showings, I found the house of my dreams in Renton, near my job. I had a few doubts before offering, mostly regarding my unease the market. I was wary, but Mr. Grinolds assured me that the housing market is only going to continue going up and in about 5 years I should be able to see a 50% increase in value on my house. Awesome, a real estate agent who has the market dialed in!

    A few months later after a successful purchase, the bubble burst and I lost everything. I was angry at first, but Mr. Grinolds calmed me down and I now know that his assurance that the market going up was only what he was hearing. Clearly I needed to learn the difference. Despite living on the streets of Kent and using Starbucks wifi to write this review, I learned a valuable lesson thanks to Mr. Grinolds. I would recommend him to anyone.
    - Alex Ossai (Bought a home with Kim Grinolds in 2007 in Seattle, WA)

    Awesome work with the Ossai reference. Kimberly needs more reviews!

    per movoto.com/realestateagent/kim-grinolds
  • SwayeSwaye Posts: 18,877
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    I'm sure Faux Lawyers threats are incoming.
  • RaccoonHarryRaccoonHarry Posts: 2,136
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    Swaye said:

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    Wonder if Ben knows Mike Hunt?
    Swayed2dgetoffmylawn
  • Swaye said:

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    Wonder if Ben knows Mike Hunt?
    No, you're thinking of Harry Seaward.
    Swayed2d
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