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We Asked Real Estate Agents: What Are Buyer’s Biggest Design Turn-Offs?

We hope you like the products we recommend. Just so you are aware, Freshome may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. Shop a similar look: Floor Lamp | Pillows | Coffee Table The process of selling a home can feel like...Show More Summary

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. ...

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...

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...

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... 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 Move Inc...

Seller Beware–Your Exclusive Agreement May Not Be Expiring When You Think

Seller Beware–Your Exclusive Agreement May Not Be Expiring When You Think With nearly 30,000 licensed real estate agents in New York City and only about 12,000 transaction per year, it is no surprise that some less than savory agents turn to desperate measures to ensure that they make a few dollars. … Continue reading ? True Gotham

Survival of the richest: Real estate’s technology arms race

What kinds of products are included in the real estate technology landscape? How much of their funding is invested, and how much of it comes from agents and brokers? Where will we see the most growth in the next few years, and whichShow More Summary

Should You Buy a FSBO Home?

Not every home for sale is listed by a realtor. Many homeowners decide to try for sale by owner (FSBO). This way they don’t have to share the profits. Since it’s up to the seller to pay the real estate agent, the seller comes out the winner on this one. So does it make sense […] The post Should You Buy a FSBO Home? appeared first on Blown Mortgage.

Past clients are yours to lose: How to fight attrition

Have you ever lost one of your best past clients to another real estate agent? Hurts, doesn't it? Beyond the emotional hit -- this kind of rejection feels personal -- you're up against cumulative financial cuts over time as buyers and sellers you once had on your A list take their business (and referrals) elsewhere...

Creating steady real estate income in a cyclical business

Real estate agents know the real estate market is seasonal. The market gets hot or slows down at different times of the year....

More Hudson Valley homebuyers making all-cash offers

All-cash sales are not a new phenomenon, but lately real estate agents in New York are seeing more of them.        

Not All Brokerages Nor Agents Are Created Equal

Not All Brokerages Nor Agents Are Created Equal I have written before about the importance of company culture as it relates to the success of a real estate agent and ultimately a positive experience for the consumer. If that fit is not mutual for both the company and the agent, … Continue reading ? True Gotham

No more 6% commission - these brokers will sell your house for a flat-fee

On the agent side, the draw is that real estate professionals no longer have to negotiate commissions and haggle with other agents.

How one agent used humor to market a grave situation

The sound of trains roaring by as you try to show a home near railroad tracks, honking horns from a gridlocked freeway a mile away from your listing, a graveyard next to the home’s lot — these are all challenges real estate agents face when trying to market a listing...

Survey: How to leverage technology as a new real estate agent

New agents are tasked with building up a brand and generating leads before they run out of dough. And a real estate license these days is an open invitation for tech vendors to start hounding you with the latest and greatest products. ...

Purplebricks to pledge almost $2m on US radio and TV ads

In a statement to the London Stock Exchange at the start of summer Purplebricks revealed that its US chief executive, Eric Eckardt, would be recruiting “hundreds of highly experienced, full-time real estate agents across California who...Show More Summary

Daily Habits of Top-Producing Real Estate Agents

Have you ever wondered why some real estate agents seem to be able to weather any real estate storms and still come out on top?  Regardless of what is happening in the market they seem to always be busy and thriving.  They aren’t experiencing the typical peaks and valleys that most agents go through.  These […]

Crazy Sht In Real Estate: Adventures in babysitting

Sometimes the roles and responsibilities of real estate agents can be a bit fuzzy. They liaise on their clients' behalf when it comes to selling or buying a home, and in Sarah Vander Vloet's case, they babysit...

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