Learn what people are planning at various stages of their real estate careers. - MARCH 2017 | BY BETH FRANKEN
You know how you go the extra mile for your clients—running a quick vacuum before a showing, bringing in flowers or even your own furniture to create that wow factor, wearing out your tire treads to find someone the perfect home. That’s because you’re taking your clients’ dreams seriously.
DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 08, 2017
Home shoppers need to be mentally prepared to face some annoying things when purchasing a home. Realtor.com® recently spotlighted some of buyers’ biggest irritations when buying a home.
Find a way to get them in the right mindset and not succumb to some of these pesky annoyances that can sometimes cloud their perceptions of achieving the American dream.
Don't walk on eggshells in fear of losing a listing - BY CHERYL SPANGLER
Building relationships in real estate - BY PAT HIBAN
By Daniel Di Matteo - From the outside looking in, real estate agents have it easy. They work whenever they want, make lots of money and hardly do anything. How hard can it be? The truth is real estate is anything but easy. As professionals, we face constant struggles being in this industry. For me, these are some of the hardest.