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How to create a lifetime client funnel

In this video, Chris Haddon and Jason Balin discuss how a client funnel works and how real estate agent can use it to create lifetime clients. ...

You can now link dotloop to ‘Zip Your Flyer’ (because manual entry sucks)

Real estate technology companies are looking for every possible avenue to access new customers. One way is by connecting with colleagues who already have a lot of them...

Your email marketing could be so much better: 4 hacks

With so many different marketing options available to connect with buyers and sellers, it can be tough to figure out where to down double. Email is often overlooked as old school or unimportant, but oh contraire, email still rules!....

How to create your own real estate team for market domination

Real estate teams are increasingly more popular throughout the industry. Teams can provide a strong competitive advantage when you combine people with skill sets that complement each other and with personalities that work well together...

Don’t fall for these 11 creative real estate listing terms

Ever had clients excited to go see a an eclectic, vintage, open concept in a desirable neighborhood only to have them be very let down by the listing description...

5 ways to make a buyer’s first home purchase less stressful

For most first-time homebuyers, the experience of buying a home is stressful. Not only are they dealing with an unfamiliar process, but they’re also likely making their largest purchase to date....

Thanks, Apple: Real estate apps just got a huge AR boost

Apple released its newest operating system today and with it a promising frontier for real estate apps looking to offer augmented reality...

August housing starts confirm the shortage will rage on

After a promising series of starts and completions at the beginning of the summer, residential construction has begun to decline. This is an unwelcome piece of news for economists, real estate professionals and buyers alike...

Atlanta is now ground zero for iBuyer war

Will iBuyers like Opendoor go mainstream or stay niche? Keep your eye on Atlanta for the answer. The market has became the first where the major iBuyers -- Opendoor, OfferPad and Knock -- are all going toe to toe, setting up the city...Show More Summary

Atlanta public housing agency files suit to block developer from land

Thanks to what the Atlanta Housing Authority is now calling a "backroom deal" that went down in 2011, a developer may be able to scoop up AHA land for dirt cheap with the intention of building non-affordable housing on sites set aside for low-income buyers, according to a report by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC). ...

Brokerage claims Texas’s ‘first’ bitcoin home purchase

A Texas brokerage claims to be the first in the Lone Star state to have closed on a home purchased with bitcoin. The digital currency’s runaway price growth in recent months—at least until an early September price drop—has rekindled interest...

Uncertainty in real estate: How does it affect business?

Uncertainty is the name of the game in real estate -- right now, and always. Brad Inman took the Connect stage with Ken DeLeon of DeLeon Real Estate, Mauricio Umansky of The Agency, Dolly Lenz of Dolly Lenz Real Estate and Glenn Kelman of Redfin to dive into what this ever-shifting landscape means for different business models...

Why I believe real estate agents are worth every penny

I believe that real estate agents get paid well for what we do, however, I believe we’re worth it. Good agents can put money in their sellers’ pockets...

How to be the listing agent no one wants to work with

I get a bad taste in my mouth when listing agents are, at best, fudging the details and, at worst, lying to my face. These misleading seller's reps may be able to rope in buyer’s agents once, but don't expect to fool them twice....

Overcome these 5 seller objections to get the listing

How do the best listing agents get sellers to sign on at every listing appointment? The answer has nothing to do with secret scripts or sneaky sales tactics. The best real estate agents win listings and clients by striving to understand prospects’ needs and addressing their concerns from the start...

How to have a smooth settlement in 4 easy steps

Congratulations! Your clients ratified a contract and are well on their way to settlement. Now what happens next? Do you simply submit the contract to the title company, and move onto the next deal? I sure hope not...

10 savvy ways to save your hard-earned commission

As real estate agents, you work hard for your money, and you wait longer than most to get a paycheck. Sometimes, things don't work out -- the deal falls through -- and you don't even get paid for the work that you do. You're money is precious...

Realtor.com owner tests the ‘holy grail’ of agent software

Take FiveStreet's lead-follow up, mix it with Top Producer's CRM and add Reesio's transaction management. What do you get? One system to rule them all, and a big real estate tech experiment from realtor.com-owner Move Inc...

Another angry investor sues Zillow over co-marketing

Another Zillow Group shareholder has filed a federal lawsuit against the company and it appears the real estate giant could soon face a slew of similar suits...

Inside the most expensive property in Hamptons’ history

Along the Atlantic Coast, east of the Big Apple, is an area known worldwide for its exclusive beaches, lavish parties and covetable opulence. Its massive summer estates and pristine waterfront views come with an air of privacy that is essentially unmatched. It's beautiful. It's luxurious. It's the Hamptons...

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