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Real estate pros on the West Coast grapple with unprecedented fires on top of the COVID-19 pandemic.
You won’t find sellers in an unusual market by relying on traditional prospecting methods. Do what your competitors aren’t.
What you should know about working with clients who choose this unusual avenue to homeownership.
If you want to curb the number of nonurgent calls you get from clients at odd hours, have an upfront conversation with them about your availability.
Though home improvement adds value to a property, your sellers don’t always have to undertake big projects to win a higher price at resale.
While networking is a great way to generate referrals, consider joining “mastermind” groups—which offer peer-to-peer problem-solving, learning, and business opportunities.
These circumstances may require an extended break from work, but you don’t want to lose track of clients and transactions while you’re out. Follow this system to ensure your business remains on track.
When clients deceptively skirt their responsibility to disclose property defects, it could spell trouble for you, too.
The median income for REALTORS® is $39,800. As a new agent, use these tips to boost your career at the beginning and follow a more lucrative path.
You aren’t necessarily suited to work with every buyer and seller that comes your way. When it’s time to end a business relationship, learn how to do it with finesse.
Here are some ideas for choosing physical digs that reflect your company’s culture and goals.
Pets, cigarette smoke, and garbage are just a few of the commonplace smells in homes that offend potential buyers. Try these tricks for erasing each specific type of stench.
They’ll inspire positive energy and help convince prospects to choose you as their agent.