Welcome!




Expand Your Education with These Courses from
Becoming a Successful Sales Professional: Skills for Sales Success: Part One.
Effective Presentation Skills for Sales Professionals: Skills for Sales Success: Part Five.
A Consumer Advocate Approach to Real Estate & Mortgages: Courses 1 & 2.
Bundle 1: CIPS Core Course (US Version).
Bundle 3: CIPS Institute (Non-US Version).

Slider Archive


Top Tips to Build a Strong Team and Happy Life

Would you say that you work to live or live to work?  If your work-life balance is off-kilter and your office is not operating efficiently, it may be time to re-focus. Bob Corcoran,CEO of Corcoran Consulting and Coaching, says that agents ...


How You Can Increase Your Press Coverage

They say there’s no such thing as bad publicity, and while that probably doesn’t apply to real estate, there’s no doubt some good publicity can go a long way. The more visible you are in your community, the more potential clients will reach ...


New Home Sales in August – Back on Track

In a joint release the Census Bureau and Department of Housing and Urban Development reported that newly constructed single family homes sold at a seasonally adjusted annual pace of 504 thousand in August, up 18 percent from July and 33 percent from August ...


Ask the Expert: How Can Real Estate Professionals Remain Relevant?

Today's “Ask the Expert” features Charlie Young, President and CEO with ERA Real Estate. ...


CEO Exchange Exclusive: Core Values and a Great Culture, the Keys to Recruiting and Retaining

All real estate brokerages want to be successful, but in order to meet their goals and go beyond, they must first increase the success of their producers, according to the “Arming your Forces: Recruiting, Retaining and Motivating Must-haves” panel at RISMedia’s 2014 CEO Exchange. Moderated by RISMedia President & CEO ...


Student Loan Debt Curbs Housing Market by $83 Billion, Study Says

(MCT)—There’s been lots of debate lately in housing circles about the impact of student debt on homeownership. ...


Americans’ Housing Confidence Edges Up on Millennial Optimism

Overall, Americans are more confident in their housing market than at the start of the year, buoyed by optimism among millennials but with tempered expectations in general for future market performance, according to the latest Zillow® Housing Confidence Index (ZHCI). The ...


August Existing-Home Sales Lose Steam

As cash investors pull away from the housing market, August's existing home sales also slipped, according to the National Association of REALTORS®. This decline follows four consecutive months of impressive gains. Sales increases in the Northeast and Midwest were outweighed by declines in the South and West. ...


CEO Exchange Exclusive: Vince Leisey Champions Culture and Coaching in Real Estate

...


A Hands-Free Approach to Staying Connected and Building Relationships

As the housing market sizzles, many agents are struggling to keep up with their daily demands. From answering calls to pursuing leads and listings, the day-to-day tasks of a successful agent can seem endless. One of the most time-consuming tasks, and a large ...


CEO Exchange Exclusive: 2015, the Year of Regulatory Enforcement—and What It Means for Brokers

In a real estate environment that’s often restrained by the legislative and regulatory climate in Washington, many brokers are finding it difficult to fully regain their footing post-downturn. ...


Cooling Housing Market Highlights Best Markets for Buyers, Sellers

U.S. home values rose more slowly in August than they have in a year, and the cooling market offered a clear view of local markets that favor either buyers or sellers. ...


5 Tips for Increasing Your Customers’ Budgets

As a real estate professional, you want to help your customers make the most of their budget. Whether you have overseas customers, or U.S. customers buying overseas, they'll need to make a U.S. dollar/foreign currency exchange. ...


Agent Teams: A Winning Model (or Not)

Real estate agent teams started over a decade ago, and they are stronger than ever. When done right, they can be a win-win-win for all parties. Clients are provided with immediate information, accessibility and service. Brokers see high-quality business growth. Agents are ...


August Housing – Not Necessarily August but Still Robust

In a joint release the Census Bureau and Department of Housing and Urban Development reported that the seasonally adjusted annual pace of housing starts in August was 956 thousand. This is 14.4 percent below the July pace of 1.117 million starts but ...


Our Latest News >>