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.
Giving your clients economic context within the home buying process helps their future and puts you on the path to creating a lifelong customer.
The National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) was founded in 1947 as an equal opportunity and civil rights advocacy organization for African American real estate professionals, consumers, and communities in America. Guest Lydia Pope talks about the history and current work of NAREB.
Chris Whitten breaks down his consumer-centric brokerage model that empowers his agents to be well-connected in the community.
Today’s guest, Harrison Beacher, offers strategies to create a comprehensive social media plan so that you can build connections with intention.
Here's how you can leverage agent-to-agent referrals that create a collaborative relationship with you and your colleagues and not a competitive one.
Ali Whitley sheds some light on how you can improve your relationships with clients without doing a complete rehaul of how your business operates.
This episode focuses on what real estate agents should look for when joining a team, some of the benefits of joining a team, and tips for starting your own team.
Agents with a plan are more likely to reach their financial goals than those who "wing it." However, there can be a lot of moving pieces involved before you can get a clear picture of what to focus on first.
Shannon Buss joins Monica to talk about how to lean into leadership and professionalism in the industry, how to lead as real estate agents, and how to improve leadership skills to benefit your business, client experiences, community position, and industry strength.
When we connect with agents from other countries, they can help us understand culture and client expectations, which in turn helps us successfully conduct business globally.
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