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Going to a New Agency? 4 Templates for Announcing the Change

Going to a New Agency? 4 Templates for Announcing the Change

By Aly Yale / January 30, 2023
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According to the National Association of Realtors an agent spends about three years with each broker. Is it about that time for you? If you’re wondering how to tell your real estate broker you’re leaving, and then inform your clients,…

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How to Host an Effective First-Time Homebuyer Seminar

How to Host an Effective First-Time Homebuyer Seminar

By Aly Yale / January 23, 2023
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Hosting a seminar for first-time homebuyers can be a great way to establish yourself as a knowledgeable local real estate pro, as well as drum up leads and new clients. Best of all? Those clients come with serious potential. Only…

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How To Sell A Tenant Occupied Home

How to Sell a Tenant-Occupied Property

By Tim Coutis / January 9, 2023
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Selling rental properties can be challenging, particularly when they are occupied by tenants. Selling multi-family homes, though, can be a valuable niche for a REALTOR® to develop—provided you’re familiar with landlord-tenant law and, in particular, the Landlord and Tenant Act.…

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What todays Homebuyers Want In A Real Estate Agent

What Today’s Home Buyers Want in a Real Estate Agent

By Aly Yale / January 2, 2023
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Gone are the days when all a home buyer needed was someone to walk them through a house and show up on closing day. Today’s home buyers are looking for a lot more when choosing a REALTOR®, and they have…

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Setting Expectations with Your Home Buyers

Setting Expectations with First-Time Homebuyers

By Aly Yale / December 7, 2022
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Most home buyers—particularly first-time homebuyers, come in pretty optimistic. They’re excited about finding their dream home and ready to hit the ground running. Though that optimism is certainly enviable, it’s important for real estate agents to temper that excitement with…

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Are You Waiting For Rate to Drop Before You Buy?

Are You Waiting For Rate to Drop Before You Buy?

By Nicole Bowen / November 29, 2022
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You’re finally ready to buy a house and what happens? Rates go up! It stinks, and we don’t blame you for putting everything on hold. But here’s a better idea — move ahead and get a lower rate RIGHT NOW. …

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Real Estate Agent Expenses You Should Be Meticulously Tracking

Expenses You Should Be Meticulously Tracking as a REALTOR®

By Tim Coutis / November 23, 2022
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If you aren’t tracking your business expenses or waiting to the last minute to recreate a year’s worth of traveled miles, phone bills, office supplies purchased, or any other deductible expenses, you may be missing out on significant savings. Expense…

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9 ways real estate agents can give back

9 Ways Real Estate Agents Can Give Back to Their Community

By Tara Mastroeni / September 21, 2022
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Real estate agents have a unique set of skills and experience that can benefit the community. As an agent, you can use your skills to help out with local events, volunteer at schools and organizations, and clean up your streets.…

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Ways Real Estate Agents Can Improve Client Engagement

How Real Estate Agents Can Improve Client Engagement

By Jon Clark / September 14, 2022
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Real estate agents are a lot like salespeople. You have to know your product, be able to explain it in terms your clients can understand, listen carefully to what they want and need, and keep them coming back for more.…

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Helping Your Sellers Navigate Multiple Offers

How Do Sellers Choose an Offer From Multiple Offers on a House?

By Aly Yale / June 29, 2022
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In today’s red-hot market, multiple offers aren’t just common — they’re downright expected. With historically low inventory, ever-rising home prices, and hordes of hungry buyers out there, most sellers receive several bids just hours after their listing goes live. But…

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