NAR’s Center for REALTOR® Development podcast focuses on education in the real estate industry and is hosted by Monica Neubauer, an award-winning industry leader, speaker, and instructor based in Nashville, TN. The podcast discusses formal and informal sources of industry knowledge, including NAR education and credential programs. This podcast is for REALTORS®, REALTOR® associations, real estate and allied professionals, real estate educators, education providers such as schools, and consumers.
In today’s dynamic world, the methods and means of communication are shifting, especially for REALTORS®.
In our changing times, REALTORS® have had to learn to adapt in a way that allows them to serve their clients, while also complying with new laws and policies surrounding COVID-19. Virtually viewing and virtually showing properties is becoming more popular and attainable.
Establishing a work-life balance is important in overall life management. It can be challenging to set boundaries when you don’t necessarily work a traditional nine to five job.
Keith Davis is on the show to talk about good practices and processes for brokers, and how they can build a great culture for their agents.
The Real Estate Tech Guru, Craig Grant, joins Monica on the show today to do a tech overview in the real estate industry.
Holly Mabery talks about her own experience working with investment and second home clients in Sedona, AZ. She shares ideas for marketing, building connections with buyers, and highlighting what’s so special about your community.
Monica's guests Cheryl Knowlton and Kristy Hairston give book suggestions for building your brand, personal development, and business strategies.
Monica's guests share information about what REALTORS® should know when it comes to renovating and listing mid-century and antique homes, which have unique architecture and features that set them apart.
Scott Frederick joins Monica on the show to talk about how we can foster better relationships between REALTORS® and inspectors, including what to look for in an inspector and communication skills.
For clients who are in some phase of the divorce process, the house is often the largest asset in the case. As REALTORS® in these cases, you can help your client navigate through the real estate aspects of doing what’s best for the family and the property.
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