Real estate success stories sometimes seem born from “luck”, but more often than not, they are the results of having the right tools and systems to build upon.
Real estate success stories look and feel differently for everyone – and that’s what makes them even more special.
Negotiation is a big part of an agent’s job, and while most think of it as entering a battlefield, it should be more like a dance — both agents working together to create a deal that everyone is happy with.
The housing market has always been fluid, shifting over the years between buyers’ markets and sellers’ markets. One valuable tidbit worth sharing during conversations is answering the question, “How many months of inventory are there right now?”
The rise in discount brokerages shows they are becoming a popular choice for homeowners, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the RIGHT choice.
In a world filled with anger and arguments that are causing more division every day, we can look to the parable of the Donkey, Tiger, and Lion for wisdom in knowing when it’s time to let things go.
We’ve all had that seller. You know, the one with 30 years’ worth of clutter taking up space in every nook and cranny of their home. How do you kindly tell them that it’s in their best interests to declutter?
Prospecting can become frustrating, especially when the leads you get don’t lead you anywhere. Don’t let your frustration sabotage your work, but consider branching out into other sources.
POWERFACT: Smiling is crucial to our well-being. Each smile triggers the release of what I’ll call the four “feel-good chemicals” (I remember them with the acronym D.O.S.E.®): Dopamine, Oxytocin, Serotonin, and Endorphin.
You work hard, and you have the skills and know-how to do a great job. Then you are passed over for another agent because their social media is flashier than yours and they have more followers? What’s an agent to do?
We’ve all been there…crippled by some fear of failure and judgement, but this fear holds us back, and keeps us from finding our greatness…and having a lot of fun!
Comparative Market Analysis doesn’t sound very exciting, and the last thing you want during your Listing conversation is for your clients to glaze over in boredom. These tips will ensure that doesn’t happen.