Best Practices Archive
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There are hundreds of articles dedicated to helping seller’s agents ready their listings for home showings and open houses. Seller’s agents can use these resources to learn how to stage a house, scent or un-scent
Top Producer Systems, a leading developer of media and technology solutions for real estate professionals owned and operated by Move, Inc., recently announced the expansion of its CRM product
Leading real estate firms from across the country are quickly completing RISMedia’s 25th Annual Power Broker Survey, securing their opportunity to be ranked among the nation’s Power Brokers. The survey deadline is February 27, 2013. If you have not completed the survey yet, please click here
to do so.
By participating in the Power Broker Survey, brokers are given the unique opportunity to document their success, especially important in today’s highly competitive, recovering real estate market. Firms who meet the criteria will appear in RISMedia’s preeminent ranking of real estate’s top firms, The Power Broker Report. This year’s Power Broker Report is sponsored by Move, Inc. and HSA Home Warranty.
With an estimated 90 percent of homebuyers conducting home searches online, you’d be smart to use the beginning of 2013 to beef up your Web presence. Take a minute to discover the six things you absolutely must include on your real estate website (and which three things to avoid). Is your site up to snuff?
Contact Information: Your name, phone number, email or contact form, and links to your social media accounts should be visible on every page. Left or right margins are great for this.
The mobile device has created a new breed of consumer: The Mobile Consumer. We have not seen this type of change in human behavior since the advent of the automobile.
During the past Reel Rebel segments, we’ve taught you how to use your camera; we’ve taught you how to use green screen; we’ve taught you how to edit, but none of that matters if your shots don’t look good.
I recently held our first training call with our new virtual coaching platform, and noticed that the one topic that drew the most interest was when I covered the topic of “the three questions to ask yourself every single morning.” By simply asking these three questions, you will find that you can be more productive and have better direction for your day.
Here are the three questions:
1. What - The first question to ask yourself every day is, “What do I want to accomplish today?” It is such a direct question that forces you to focus on a specific direction for the day. Most of us wake up most mornings and do whatever shows up on our desk or in our inbox.
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With many areas of the country being considered a seller’s market, it is it important to hone your skills and show sellers why they should specifically list with you above going FSBO or choosing another agent. Many sellers think that in a seller’s market they can sell their home without using a REALTOR in the process. Here are 5 strategies to generate seller leads as well as show them why hiring you would be the best decision while getting the most out of their home sale.
1. Feature neighborhoods in your website for where you want to attract sellers. Perception is reality and this gives the seller the vision that you know their market and
Real estate sales are a business. REALTORS®, like all business owners, must establish a clear vision and then plan the step-by-step method of how to achieve that vision. A vision is like a target.
The commercial real estate industry is often seen as the older, antiquated sibling of the residential real estate industry. However, a new report by inMotion Real Estate indicates that the trends of the younger,
Being able to understand and serve your area demographics is a critical component to mastering your market. Below, Juan Martinez of CENTURY 21 Martinez & Associates talks to RISMedia’s Paige Tepping
Staying on top of your industry game is crucial when it comes to succeeding in a fluctuating market. So what is next for real estate? We turn to Mike Parker of Huff Realty to find out.
What is the key to happiness in the real estate business? According to Brandon Brittingham of Long & Foster Real Estate, it’s hard work. Read on for Brittingham’s tips for maximizing your online presence,