The Best Way to Build a Real Estate Business

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By Ryan Fitzgerald

There are many great ways to build a real estate business. One way, is to start small and focus your efforts on hyperlocal neighborhoods or smaller cities. Here’s what I mean:

Whether you’re just starting out in real estate or you’ve been an agent for a long time, a focus on smaller, less competitive markets can be …

How to Become a Neighborhood Expert

Blog Contributor Being a REALTOR®, Establishing Your Business, Marketing, Sales & Marketing, Social Media, Working with Clients 2 Comments

By Anita Clark

With marketing methods so widespread and fairly simple to master, it’s easy to call ourselves a local real estate expert, industry leader, or market guru. However, many consumers quickly see through that charade and beat feet, moving on to agents who are actually walking the walk. So, what can you do to better position ourselves …

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Start Building Your Referral Network

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, communication, Helpful Tools, Managing Your Agents, Networking, Professional Development 1 Comment

By Scott Newman I often encounter other REALTORS® who see little to no value in developing relationships with their fellow agents, and it just baffles me every time!  We are in one of the most challenging real estate markets in U.S. history, not to mention we’re in an environment where rules and regulations change daily, which is only adding barriers …

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Do Yourself (and Your Client) a Favor…Leave it to the Experts

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By Cory Brewer In the past year or so I have run across several examples of REALTORS® (myself included) being tempted to be a “jack of all trades” when it comes to serving their clients.  Let’s face it, we don’t want to give up control and we are also worried about potentially giving up a paycheck. However, is it really …