Many buyers think they don’t need a real estate agent when they purchase a home through a builder, which is why we need to communicate that they, and even their in-house agent, may not have their best interests in mind.
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!
How the Social Media Stream Keeps Your Audiences Engaged
Every agent, at one point or another, is sure they blew the listing conversation. But did you really?
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?
If we are waiting to be perfect before we start, we will never do anything. When we see ourselves as growing into better versions of ourselves as we gain experience, that’s when we can accomplish great things.
When things don’t work out the way you hoped, resentment can build. This can affect our daily life in unexpected ways, which is why learning to let go is the key to happiness.
Whether homeowners are faced with natural disasters or other devastating issues, being prepared with answers and resources to help them through is one of the many ways we can serve our clients.
The more you know, the better your odds when jumping into the home ownership ring.
Great reviews are an amazing way to attract new clients, and real estate professionals need these to showcase their successes and highlight their top skills.
Becoming a homeowner for the first time is a huge milestone. Purchasing a home for the first time can sometimes come with a learning curve.
Powerfact: “The fear of loss is a greater motivator than the opportunity to gain.” When you want people to take action sooner, rather than later, show them what they stand to lose by waiting.