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Leveraging the Agent’s Market™

Posted by on Apr 17, 2019 in Mortgage Loan | 0 comments

Now is the time to up your real estate game. We’re on the cusp of what should be an amazing time to be an agent. Real estate, like many industries, is cyclical. In the summer of last year, I started paying close attention to the shift we were seeing across North America from a seller’s market to a buyer’s market, so that I could share with my audiences and coaching members the best strategies to effectively communicate how those changes would affect their clients and customers. Research, experience and history tell us that...

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Here Comes the NINA Again

Posted by on Apr 17, 2019 in Realtor Information | 0 comments

Here Comes the NINA Again The post Here Comes the NINA Again appeared first on National Real Estate Post. National Real Estate Post

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3 Keys to Successfully Scaling Your Real Estate Business

Posted by on Apr 16, 2019 in Mortgage Loan | 0 comments

If you’re looking to scale your real estate business this year, you may find some comfort in knowing that you’re not alone. In our recent Voice of the Real Estate Agent Report, over 1,000 real estate professionals from around the U.S. shared insights on the biggest opportunities for growth in the next year. Specifically, we looked at how these opportunities translate into earnings. Responses to the survey show that the top opportunities to earn more this year focus on three key areas: Build a Strong Referral Network Fifty-six...

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eBuyer Opendoor 10% Commission?

Posted by on Apr 16, 2019 in Realtor Information | 0 comments

eBuyer Opendoor 10% Commission? The post eBuyer Opendoor 10% Commission? appeared first on National Real Estate Post. National Real Estate Post

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Prospecting is the Key to the Kingdom

Posted by on Apr 15, 2019 in Mortgage Loan | 0 comments

The most important thing for you to master to really succeed in real estate is prospecting. It’s also the one area most agents are likely to get tripped up on. Why? Because they get caught up in misconceptions and misinformation, and in the fear of rejection and sometimes even bad advice from other agents. Here’s the thing: Prospecting is about communicating with other people. For some agents, that’s scary. “But Darryl, what if they hang up?” Well, then they hang up. It’s not the end of the world! Most...

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Staged to Sell: A Virtual Transformation

Posted by on Apr 15, 2019 in Home Buyer | 0 comments

Photo Credit: VHT Studios / Chrissy Barrett The real estate professional: Cris Grayson, broker associate at Baird & Warner in Glen Ellyn, Ill. About the home: The five-bedroom home in Glen Ellyn, Ill., was built in 1975. The home has been meticulously maintained, and the homeowners had recently made some updates to the interior as well. It is listed for $ 569,900. Grayson wanted to make sure the online presentation of the home would appeal to the widest buyer pool. Grayson’s tips: Don’t skimp on photography. Grayson places a...

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Time to Kick Your Own Ass?

Posted by on Apr 15, 2019 in Realtor Information | 0 comments

Time to Kick Your Own Ass? CLICK HERE for Jeffrey Gitomer The post Time to Kick Your Own Ass? appeared first on National Real Estate Post. National Real Estate Post

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Broker Marketing Disruption

Posted by on Apr 14, 2019 in Mortgage Loan | 0 comments

With the arrival of spring blossoms, real estate brokerage firms enter the most pivotal season for marketing properties. As they mobilize their marketing engines, the key word this year appears to be disruption. Disruption, however, isn’t occurring so much in the area of who can market a listing cheaper, but rather, in the area of how agents can embrace technology to increase sales. Most successful agents continue to engage the old-fashioned way. They work hard, engage with clients and build on existing relationships while fostering new...

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The Future of Fair Housing: It’s Our Story to Write

Posted by on Apr 13, 2019 in Mortgage Loan | 0 comments

https://rismedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/DailyNews_041319_opt.mp4   The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) last year commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act, historic legislation that established this nation’s commitment to equal housing opportunities. While significant progress has been made since 1968, there’s more work to be done. As a nation, we are continually improving our commitment to fair housing. April may be Fair Housing Month, but we need to raise awareness and take action every day...

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Common Natural Cleaning Products Found in Homes

Posted by on Apr 12, 2019 in Mortgage Loan | 0 comments

Many home cleaning products can be expensive and include harmful chemicals. With just a little extra elbow grease, you can save money by using some natural cleaning products you may already have around the house. Here are some common and cheap items that are free of artificial ingredients and can make house cleaning simpler: Baking Soda Baking soda can be used for many other things than refreshing the smell of a refrigerator. For a dollar or so, a small box of baking soda can go a long way in cleaning up spills. For a carpet stain, cover it...

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