Your agents have mastered the topics taught in the state’s licensing program. They understand the listing and selling process, property valuation, and closing the sale. They’ve passed the tests covering liens, leases, and real estate law. But now what? Becoming a productive real estate agent involves more than meeting educational requirements or managing clients and … Read More Education Makes Them Agents, But Training Makes Them Productive
Much of our energy as real estate professionals goes into figuring out how to get in front of more clients. How to be involved in more transactions in our markets, and how to get that first call when someone is looking to buy or sell. Equally important, however, is what you do with that call … Read More From Conversation to Conversion – Strategies that Work
One of the biggest challenges that even the most experienced real estate brokers face is constantly keeping their agents motivated toward achieving their goals. This is because the real estate industry poses many challenges – and there is a lot of rejection that goes along with the job. Your ability to support your agents and … Read More Awards & Recognition: Why A Little Can Mean A Lot in Retention
In a world where people are constantly being bombarded with marketing messages, it can be very difficult to stand out and build a dominant brand. It’s important that your real estate marketing plan is multi-faceted and consumers see you in more than just one context. It’s not enough to justadvertise on Facebook or justsend out … Read More Get Involved. Win Clients.
What To Look For if You are Considering Affiliation Once you’ve made the decision in your mind that you are ready to move from being an independent brokerage to a member of a franchise, the next question is: “Which one?” With dozens of national real estate franchises to choose from, you need to look closely … Read More Not All Real Estate Franchise Systems Are Built the Same