Top Producer Life: 3 Tests to Vet Buyer Clients

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By Jasen Edwards

The fall is traditionally a hectic time of year for the housing market. But this year, when you consider the election, pandemic, and exceptionally low interest rates, “hectic” seems like an understatement. One thing is clear, most agents I speak to are busier than ever. Because of the situation we find ourselves in, agents are putting a …

9 Tech Tools to Improve Your Customer Service, Recession-Proof Your Business

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By Lee Davenport

“I just didn’t feel like she was putting in the effort needed to sell my home.”

Whoa. Mic and jaw drop.

This is not a hypothetical statement. I recently spoke to a homeowner who is beyond the point of frustration with his previous agent—whom he fired—due to the terrible service he received.

Double yikes.

These are not …

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Getting It Done

Blog Contributor Helpful Tools, Professional Development, Technology & Social Media 4 Comments

By Stefanie Hahn What does getting it done mean?  My “it” goes something like this…I want to work hard, be kind, and have a life.  In order for me to be kind and have a life, I have to get it done. Working hard is weaved right in there. Here are a few of the apps that I use each …

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Evernote: Everyday – Everywhere

Blog Contributor Helpful Tools, Professional Development, Technology & Social Media 6 Comments

By Stefanie Hahn I have a new favorite.  I think you will love it too.  Evernote is more than just a tool for note-taking. Evernote is a cloud productivity tool where I can write, save, tag, share and sync my notes. I started using Evernote on my iPad, then installed it on my laptop and grabbed the app for my Android.  A note …

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How Do You Run Your Business?

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By Crystal Webster I’ve been to a national office supply store what seems to be about every day this month in an attempt to get ready for the spring and summer months. Occasionally, I purchase the wrong item and it takes me a little bit to return it to the store. I returned a day planner the other day because …

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Smart Prospecting: Show Sellers How to be ‘Weekend Warriors’

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By G. M. Filisko, contributing writer, HouseLogic Have you met your prospecting goals for the month? Drop in on potential clients and customers and encourage them to tackle minor but money-saving or big-impact home upgrades over Memorial Day weekend. Show them how with the May “Weekend Warrior” bundle now available at the REALTOR® Content Resource, the new tool brought to …

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Snatching Bloggable Moments

Blog Contributor Being a REALTOR®, Sales & Marketing, Technology & Social Media 1 Comment

By Brian Copeland I’m consistently reminded by my peers “you’re online too much,” “you can’t possibly get any work done,” or “you must not have a life to do what all you do.”  Every time, my blood boils inside, and I find myself breathing harder to calm down and smile kindly.  My response is then, “Yeah, I manage,” then I …

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Google-tastic Goodness

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By Stefanie Hahn When you work with new agents (or any agents for that matter) one of the constants seems to be that they are looking for ways to get the best of everything, and are trying to get it for free.  If I shared with you some of the MacGyver strategies I have seen over the years you would …