When a family or friend hires another agent, it’s time to ask yourself some tough questions – are you a real estate professional or a real estate hobbyist?
As a real estate agent, getting through to a FSBO is one of the toughest conversations to have until you really understand their mindset.
What’s old is new again, and direct mail marketing is one of the best ways to promote yourself to your farm area!
Real estate is frustrating enough at times without stressing about leads that don’t call you back. Here are some tricks of the trade…
Prospecting isn’t just picking dialing the phone or knocking on doors, it’s about becoming such a brand name that you’re almost the “Mayor” of your farm area.
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.
Working with buyers in this market is not for the faint-hearted. Here’s how to separate the committed from the less committed without sounding pushy.
Learn how to leverage the full power of the network of committed real estate professionals you are a part of!
A home offer with tough contingencies attached can be frustrating for a real estate agent. One key is to stay calm and help your clients stay committed.
As a real estate agent, getting through to a FSBO is one of the toughest conversations to have until you understand what’s really going on in the mind of the seller.
Top Real Estate Agents use powerful collateral marketing tools such as eGuides to set themselves apart as a trusted resource in their markets.
Being a real estate professional includes coaching your clients. One way to present yourself as a coach and market resource is to educate through a blog.