As we adjust to NAR lawsuit verdict fallout, brokers must adopt strategies to to increase transparency, nurture agent relationships, and retain market share.
Takeaways from Our Interview with Super POWER AGENT® Jennifer Hiller and how she managed to get 22 listings from one letter…
We’ve arrived in a new era of real estate. It’s unclear what changes will come, but we can be certain that the old ways of doing things are going to change.
Change seems to come at us from every direction with no sign of slowing, and learning to be adaptable is the best way through it.
Disruptors in our industry are the forces that challenge the status quo, pushing us out of our comfort zones and into the unknown.
The recent NAR commission lawsuit and the negative headlines that have followed have created a challenging environment for everyone in our industry.
In the wake of a groundbreaking NAR lawsuit, the debate rages: should real estate commissions be ‘uncoupled’ to benefit buyers?”
Darryl Davis provides clear guidance to help agents and brokers adapt their practices, debunk misconceptions, and build confident, thriving businesses in a changing industry.
Carlos Ghosn aptly stated, “The role of leadership is to transform the complex situation into small pieces and prioritize them.”
Making decisions can be challenging when you fear making the wrong choices. Your core values can provide valuable guidance in navigating the right path forward.
Facing our fears might be easier said than done, but we have nothing to lose and everything to gain by facing them head-on.
As these Antitrust Lawsuits continue to dominate the minds of real estate professionals, we wanted to take time to dive in and fully understand the claims the plaintiffs made and to acknowledge or debunk them as needed.