The Book Only Craig Ackerman Could Write
Trust home sales tips for San Francisco attorneys & trustees
Faster sale, higher return
In his 2016 book, Craig shares his program for turning outdated, time-worn properties into desirable homes that profit the estate. Unlike a traditional as-is trust home sale, his entrepreneurial approach produces a dramatically faster sale and higher return.
He focuses on three simple but powerful concepts:
- identify the expected buyer demographics
- refresh the home to match those buyers’ lifestyle preferences (producing a 200% to 500% ROI)
- create a marketing plan that creates urgent competition for the home
Stories and photos
You’ll get insights from six of Craig’s favorite San Francisco home sales. The tenant whose Burning Man costumes made it hard to show the home. The charming seller who spoke little English. And the experts Craig brought in to help sell a cable car-inspired home.
Find out the small steps that make big impact on the sale. See the high-return home transformations in 60 full-color before and after photos.
Amir Atashi Rang, Esq. Estate Attorney
“I’ve included tips that benefit anyone who’s selling a home,” says Craig. “But I wrote the book so business, financial and legal professionals can relieve their clients’ stress, speed up the trust home sale and create a great return.”
Among those who will benefit:
- Trust and estate planning attorneys
- CPAs and financial professionals
- Elder care advisors
- Trustees and beneficiaries
How to order
About the author
The principles laid out in Selling Grandma’s House have propelled author and Realtor® Craig Ackerman to a position of leadership in San Francisco real estate. According to San Francisco’s Multiple Listing Service, in 2014 and 2015 he was #1 in transaction dollars among all of the city’s single-broker independent real estate firms.
A former licensed contractor and Fortune 500 marketing manager as well as experienced Realtor, Craig has drawn on his distinctive skills to create a cohesive and profitable home selling strategy. In addition to his insights in the book, he shares his expertise through educational seminars for professional organizations and conferences.