You're losing motivation to do your job. Your energy levels are down. You get irritated easily. There's no joy in what you do anymore. If you can relate to any of these statements, you might be dealing with Burnout.
What is the housing market going to do in 2021 & 2022? That's the question on every agent's mind, as well as, all potential home buyers & sellers.
It may be time to spice things up and remind yourself why you started in this field in the first place!
Creating the perfect ambiance can make or break an open house. Here are some easy details that can take your open house to the next level.
Hosting an open house can be stressful and a lot of things can get lost in the shuffle, so here is a checklist to make sure you do not forget a few of the most important things!
You are a super star agent, now let’s put it to the test! Do you have all of these things that every great agent should have?
By implementing these 7 habits you are sure to step your real estate game up to the next level.
Realtors don’t usually have the best “rep.” In fact, a survey on the Perceptions of Real Estate Agents by CoreLogic in Australia claims that only 9% of people rank real estate agents as “high” or “very high” in ethics and honesty.
Your first year in real estate can be as easy as ABC!
You’re an expert real estate agent. You can’t also be a plumber, lender, contractor, master chef, and masseuse.
As a Realtor, setting goals is necessary.There is no one to hold you accountable (unless you are on a team), and if you don’t have goals to meet, your sales can fall flat.
As a new real estate agent one important decision to make is whether to join a team or fly solo. There is no right or wrong answer, nor is one path easier than the other. It is up to the individual to decide what best suites their situation and personality.
Some of the most successful people in the world swear that having a productive morning has helped their success immensely. Here are 6 things to do before 8 a.m.
There are some seriously great podcasts that can help you build your Realtor marketing. Here are some of our favorites:
There are many ways you can hire an assistant, whether it’s a previously licensed Realtor who knows the business, an unlicensed assistant, virtual assistant, in person, part time, or full time.
When your real estate business is growing exponentially, client relationships, closings, leads, marketing and maintaining your sanity can get tough. When you find yourself not having enough time in the day it may be time to hire a Realtor assistant.
As Realtors, you know one of the main ways you keep your business alive is from referrals. But do you know exactly how important those referrals are?
Recognize this spring as a time to "spring clean" your life and as an opportunity to grow your business!
Don’t let these excuses keep you from growing your business. By investing in yourself, your business will bloom.
Being a Realtor means balancing your budget, marketing, maintaining relationships, building clientele, attending networking events, often working on weekends and more. Startups often are in the same position.
Continuing to make the same mistakes can be a sure sign it's time to try something new.
Buyers face a variety of paperwork, fees and inspection issues, as well as general confusion about what needs to be done and what comes next.
In today's challenging market, continuing your REALTOR® education is the best way to invest in your career.
Money management always requires discipline and is especially important for Realtors. Here are the top three ways you, as an agent, can prepare financially and limit your money madness:
Guest blogger, Nat Smiley, gives you his perspective on how your real estate business could benefit from a virtual assistant.
Guest blogger, Meghan Holder, explains the importance of being a neighborhood expert and her knowledge on what clients are looking for in a Realtor.
Here are some easy ways to ensure you are managing your time effectively, so you can continue to grow your business.
Looking to step up your Realtor game? Below are seven books that can help every Realtor grow their business.
Check out these 4 tips to relieve your stress and make managing your database a breeze.
If talking about generating leads makes you nervous, I have good news: you do not have to do it alone, and you are probably already doing it well without knowing it, especially if you have a great network.
You are responsible for your own business, and while that can be exciting for those who are entrepreneurial at heart, no man is an island.
So you just got your license, congrats! And now you're wondering, what next? Here is our advice on how to hit the ground running.
As anyone who has tried to make the transition out of a job and into full-time real estate can tell you, it’s not for the faint of heart.
Congrats! You’re in your third year of real estate. Here are some tips when you feel like you can’t go on.