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5 Rules for Becoming a Maverick

No matter how well our lives may be going, many of us seem to be at our wit’s end when it comes to attaining that next level of success, but there is a solution to this challenge, says world-traveling entrepreneur Julian Pencilliah, author of “The Jetstream of Success,” (www.thejetstreamofsuccess.com). ...


The 3 Major Sins of Sales Management

It’s a simple fact of business: Without sales, no one else downstream can do their jobs, says veteran sales manager and business speaker Jack Daly, author of “Hyper Sales Growth,” (www.jackdaly.net). Because of how vital sales are to a company, CEOs frequently tend to misuse their best people, he says. ...


5 Keys to Developing Personal Power

Personal power is a core leadership competency that everyone needs to develop before they can lead others. It has to do with being able to lead yourself. ...


Odds Are your Next Seller Is Already in Your Sphere

What are agents who list 20 properties a year doing differently than those who list seven? Unexpectedly, we found in a survey we offered through NAR in February, they spend 1/3 less time prospecting for those listings, that’s less than 5 hours ...


How to Sell Listings Faster

It’s always frustrating when your listings stay on market longer than expected and you can’t seem to match the right homebuyer and seller together. That’s why Homes.com works feverishly to offer thought-provoking articles, interesting blog posts and informative webinars that ...


Ready for Your Close-up? 6 Easy Video Techniques You Can Do Right from Your Smartphone

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How to Become a Real Estate Agent

If you’re reading this, you’re probably thinking about becoming a real estate agent. Or you already are one and have been practicing for years or even decades. In either case, it’s time that someone highlighted all the hard work it takes to follow this career path. ...


12 Tips for Creating and Nurturing Efficient Small Teams

Looking to grow your business? Blow up your bureaucracy and replace it with teams of 8 to 12 people. This is not as radical as it sounds. Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos calls it the “Two-Pizza Rule”—a team should be no ...


Can Cyber Insurance Pay Off for Your Business?

Cyber insurance shouldn't be foreign to small business owners, and it can potentially keep your homefront secure. ...


The Wonder of Widgets: Keep Buyers and Sellers Coming Back to Your Site

When you visit Homes.com, there are a myriad number of ways the site can help you and your real estate company grow, be it the informative articles, helpful blogs or thought-provoking webinars. ...


Leveraging GENLIFE to Achieve What We All Want Most…More

What’s the # 1 thing every agent, broker or owner wants? ...


Home Warranties Offer Agent Benefits

After helping a client buy or sell a home, a real estate professional’s job isn’t over. Past clients are often the best sources of future business, and HSA Home Warranty works to keep that relationship alive. ...


3 Reasons to Send Prospects Video Email

With the market beginning its seasonal upswing and competition increasing as well, it’s more important than ever to make a lasting impression on prospects. Video email is one way to achieve this; send prospects the information they are looking for with a ...


6 Signs Your Retirement Plan is in Trouble

After the 2008 economic meltdown, when the stock market fell 37 percent, veteran financial advisor Curt Whipple says he met with clients from outside financial institutions who’d lost 50 to 60 percent of their portfolio in a single year. ...


Your Office Coach: Turn Tables on Talkative Co-Worker

(MCT)—QUESTION: I’m having difficulty with the person who was recently assigned to be my mentor. “Mark” is supposed to help me learn procedures in the research lab where I work as a graduate assistant. Although we get along well, he tends to ...


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