While there’s no one correct answer to this all-important question, affiliating with a broker that matches your goals and work style have a huge impact on your productivity and your psychological well being. Use these questions to help you find the perfect match for you.
To most of us, the word disaster conjures up visions of explosions or uncontrolled torrents of wind and water. But for property managers, disaster lurks in the dust from a painted-shut window, the mold growing on the bathroom grout, or the pile of autumn leaves wet and slick from last night’s rain.
When Linda Norton attended an organizing meeting of Funding Partners for Housing Solutions in 1994, she was already an old pro in the affordable housing arena. But Funding Partners offered something different—a new way to use her business skills to help families struggling for the comfort of home.
In this companion piece to REALTOR® Magazine’s “Web Sites that Pay,” Internet gurus and REALTOR® Magazine columnists Stephen M. Canale and Mr. Internet (aka Michael J. Russer) offer expert advice on ways to make some of our featured real estate Web sites even better.
Truly successful real estate Web sites balance design and content with cost effectiveness and us ability in a way that actually reduces the workload of the practitioners who created them. Read on for lessons from 10 Web sites that produce results.
Behind the surging sales, massive company layoffs, military base closings, and even environmental disasters have taken their toll in markets nationwide. Review these successful strategies that can keep your sales high in a down market.
The two-day “Real Estate Professional Assistant”course, which is being licensed to REALTOR® associations and real estate schools by the Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council, helps assistants gain confidence and learn to anticipate the needs of the real estate practitioner.
Realtormag.com asked some expert handheld users to share their best PDA productivity and marketing tips with our readers. Here’s how these experienced users leverage built-in PDA features and add-on programs to turn their PDAs into power tools.
REALTOR® Magazine print this month takes a look at the ways practitioners invest in real estate. Whether you’re a new real estate investor or a seasoned buyer, take a few tips from these experienced owners.
As a self-confessed technology hobbyist, Ric Parker’s tech equipment inventory may be more than the average salesperson needs or wants. But if you’re eager for an insider’s view on the latest and greatest technology for your home office, take a cue from Ric’s picks.
Sue Walling, president of SW Design Inc. in Edina, Minn., and instructor of the American Society of Interior Designers’ course on home office design shares her expert tips on making your home office more workable, whatever your budget or your floor space.
Ric Parker’s, CRS®, GRI, well-outfitted home office features two computers, three printers, and enough phones, a digital camera, and office equipment to help the Los Altos-Based Coldwell Banker salesperson stay on the tech’s cutting edge.