Most real estate agents fall into two categories: those who utilize hard-core sales tactics and those who turn their nose up at the idea of selling altogether. The later often refer to themselves as advisers or consultants and refuse to identify as salespeople. The truth is, if you’re a real estate agent, you’re in the
Working with home buyers can often be time-consuming and frustrating. You may have even seen estimates that home buyers should expect the homebuying process to take a minimum of four months. Experienced real estate agents know there are a lot of steps along the way that can either shorten or (more likely) lengthen this process.
Real estate newsletters have been around for years, but advancements in technology and the growth of social media has changed the way top agents are staying in touch with their clients. If want to stay competitive in today’s market and maximize the impact of your newsletter, read on to find out how you can: Develop
If you have been following along our three-part series; What you need to know to rock your next Listing Appointment (PART 1), you will have read about a number of tools and resources that Garry Wise, co-founder of GoodLife Luxury and The Paperless Club, and his team use to create a 5-Point Listing Appointment system and digital
A carefully crafted digital Listing Presentation, or marketing proposal, should catch the attention of a seller, build rapport, address objections before they are verbalized, and leave seller’s with no doubt that you’re the right agent for the job. And if done right, of course, your Listing Presentation should have them signing the listing agreement before