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January 2019

Found 3 blog entries for January 2019.

In the fast-paced real estate industry, it’s so easy to get bogged down in day-to-day issues that we forget to think about the future. But I’d like to challenge you to take a step back for a moment and imagine that you disappeared today. Would your employees be able to sustain operations without you?

If you can’t answer that question with a resounding “yes,” then it’s time to ask yourself why. Sure, conversations around succession plans can be awkward, but someday, you will decide to hang up your real estate hat for good. Just as you have to continue to care for a garden after the initial planting process, you can’t expect your real estate company to thrive for the long term without strong leaders behind it.

Don’t leave the future of your company up

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How many real estate agents are committed to going above and beyond at work?

 I’d wager about 10 percent, as this number takes the ease of getting into real estate and earning money from it into account. Sadly, both these things can undermine an agent’s commitment to excellence.

 Cream-of-the-crop agents stand out because they’re always working to expand their knowledge and become leaders in their field. They often do this by continuing their real estate education, and in-person training makes all the difference here.


Why In-Person Training?

 One huge benefit of in-person training is the ability to interact with instructors and other students, but I don’t think this is enough of a draw for the average real estate agent.

 To make

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In the past few years, nature has shown us what it’s capable of. From the recent devastating California wildfires to shocking flooding in and around the Gulf Coast region, residents of the United States have dealt with an array of weather-related troubles. And as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration notes, the costs associated with those troubles totaled $309.5 billion in 2017 alone. It is truly startling to realize how easily and quickly a major hurricane, flood, fire, or tornado can disrupt someone’s life.

As real estate experts, we owe it to our prospects and clients to take these issues seriously — and more industry players are acknowledging

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