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Cooped up at home? Here are a few things every real estate agent should be doing to stay safe, boost productivity and make the best of their time at home.
When this situation turns the corner, there will be plenty of business to go around. Here are the actions you need to take now to ensure your business is healthy when things rebound.
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With all the uncertainty, it’s crucial for you to be mindful of what you’re sharing on social media. As you’re working from home, here are a few ways to keep your social media streams healthy and relevant.
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The coronavirus pandemic is forcing agents to do much more of their previously face-to-face business over a computer. Here are a few novel ways to make it work.
True Houston founder Nicole Lopez's Texas Festival Vendors page has helped 96 vendors make $1 million in sales despite shelter-in-place orders.
The crisis has decimated the economy and turned the future into a question mark. Help Inman understand how you're coping.
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Social distancing. Consumer fears. Government guidelines. Staying productive during this historic time is one great way to not only keep morale up but also prepare for when restrictions are lifted and normalcy is regained.
In real estate, you learn by doing. Licensing is the first step, of course, and many agents and brokers pursue continuing education and other formal accreditation programs to further hone their business.
For CEOs, the only thing more dangerous than failure is reaching a plateau. In this episode, Gary explains how he uses models to shatter ceilings and keep Keller Williams moving in an upward trajectory. If your business or personal success is beginning to level off, you owe it to yourself to listen up. Show Notes: […]
An open house is a great opportunity for a homebuyer to get a feel for a property firsthand so they can decide if it’s a good fit — so what happens when they can’t visit in person? For those who are able, it’s worth offering a virtual open house, but it has to be done right.