4 Ways to Best Prepare Your Client’s Home for the Busy Spring Season

Spring is an important season in real estate. As the temperatures begin to warm up and flowers begin to bloom, markets move towards more listings, viewings, open houses, and closed deals. Springtime is a crucial season for real estate agents to update their market strategies in preparation for the upcoming busy season. Below are strategies […]

What’s Worth Your Time and Money and What’s Not as a Home Seller?

Nothing is as exciting as making your house a home. Whether it’s remodeling your kitchen or adding a patio, home renovations seem thrilling; however, spending thousands of dollars on making changes may not always bring the big bucks you want when it comes time to sell your home. Below are two lists of things to […]

The Dangers of Technology in Real Estate

Working with technology is inevitable in the real estate business. You need technology to get in contact with clients and industry professionals, keep track of market trends, source business, and also for record keeping. Technology is the base from which your business blooms. However, as much as technology is beneficial, there are many tradeoffs that […]

Ways to Grow Your Referral Network

Success in real estate, like many professions, hinges on your ability to be well-connected within the industry and community. The relationships you build with industry counterparts and clients are crucial. Those relationships can serve as positive testaments of and free marketing for your work. If you want to grow your business quickly, it is important […]

Selling Your First Home (from a Realtor’s perspective)

For first-time Realtors, closing their first deal may take a few weeks or a couple of months. You may sit through endless meetings, contact your most trustworthy industry counterparts, and even work longer days than expected to close your first deal. However, it’s important to stay resilient and efficient throughout the process. Below are important […]