High home prices and interest rates could deter current home buyers, however, presenting the numbers in a new way can help your buyers gain a new perspective.
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?
Real estate is frustrating enough at times without stressing about leads that don’t call you back. Here are some tricks of the trade…
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.
Open houses remain one of the best ways to generate leads! Here’s a strategy-filled mini-guide to make your next open house a massive success.
Want to build momentum? Put systems in place and keep moving forward.
Real Estate Agents often square off against resolute homeowners who have their own ideas about pricing their home, but a truly great agent has the qualities to embody the “Coach, Not Close” attitude.
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.
It’s not up to your clients to remember you, it’s up to you to maintain the connection.
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?
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.
Over this last year, the hot market brought more offers to the table that included escalation clauses, but regardless of whether you represent the buyer or seller, handling this is never simple.