Sharing the Relief Every Homeowner in Your Database Needs

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By Lee Davenport

There may be someone in your database who has experienced a layoff due to the coronavirus pandemic. But you won’t know until you ask.

Right now, during these challenging times, it’s more important than ever for real estate professionals to make meaningful connections.

There are resources available for homeowners affected by the pandemic, which they should pursue …

4 Tweaks to Grow Your Business

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By Lee Davenport

Jen Du Plessis is a top producer and in the 1 percent who have sold their methods to Salesforce. Yes, she’s that good. She has shared the stage with Tony Robbins, Les Brown, and Brian Buffini to name just a few. But don’t be fooled by her celebrity network, Du Plessis is open to sharing her 35 …

3 Easy Ways to Build Lasting Client Relationships

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By Brandon Doyle

When you are pioneering your own real estate business, it’s tempting to get completely wrapped up in the myriad managerial and administrative daily duties. But the foundation of all successful real estate ventures is built upon relationships with people, not just in executing a series of transactions. A personal touch is more than an effective way to …

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Prescreening for Business: How to Handle a Customer Who Grills You

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By Jason O’Neil Last week, I received an unusual call from a seller. As a REALTOR®, getting a call from a seller is not out of the ordinary. However, when this particular seller explains that he has developed a list of questions to use for a “prescreening” of potential REALTORS®, I really perk up. Despite what some may think, the …

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Why My Manolos Mean Business, Literally

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By Maura Neill One might say that I have an affinity for shoes…in the way that vampires have an affinity for blood. At RETechSouth last week, I was on the Agent All-Stars Panel, and just before we started the panel, our moderator told us we’d be introducing ourselves by stating our name and a word or a phrase that describes …