The “Finders Fee” is a hotly debated topic in the real estate industry – what’s legal and what isn’t. We took it to a TEAM of lawyers to get to the heart of the matter.
Learn how to leverage the full power of the network of committed real estate professionals you are a part of!
Most agents work to perfect their real estate listing presentation to sellers, but what about the buyer’s presentation? In a hot market, you need both!
Every real estate professional has their favorite lead sources, but if one of them isn’t the open house, then it’s high time to make this lead generation treasure your preferred (and best) tool!
Fables are life lessons wrapped in a story, the tortoise and the hare included. What can a real estate agent learn from them? Be steady and consistent!
As real estate professionals, the best way to earn a client’s trust is to find a way to connect with them on an emotional level, like sharing the things you are most passionate about in real estate.
We already know the Buyer Agency Agreement is an agent’s best friend, but it does more than ensure you get paid — it also has legal and risk management protections when out with clients.
The iBuyer isn’t going to move into a house to create memories, they are buying the house for one purpose — to flip it for a tidy profit. They aren’t looking to help the seller get the most for their home.
Powerfact: The key to success in ANY field is about building a relationship with people and helping them get to their next level.
Powerfact: Price the property high enough where it’s going to limit the number of offers, but still give you a multiple offer situation.
Powerfact: Everyone of us can use a little bit of inspiration from time to time.
Powerfact: Multiple offer real estate situations are here for a while, so it’s more important than ever to get skilled and confident about how to handle them.