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Frank J. Williams of Chicago has been a fierce advocate for legislation that expands housing opportunity and promotes a level playing field.
If an agent is coming to you ready to leave because of splits, there’s likely a deeper issue at play.
Focus on the aspects of the business that need your attention while delegating day-to-day and administrative tasks to a VA.
Consider the pros and cons of expanding your brand to include rental services.
The ranch and farmland niche is unique and relatively exclusive. Brokers in this corner of the business face a unique set of challenges and have to adapt accordingly.
The reality is, agents want a broker who communicates, makes themselves available and shows that they care. Retention often starts with being available.
Brokers and their agents know first-hand how affordability issues plague their individual communities and can offer unique and necessary solutions.Brokers and their agents know first-hand how affordability issues plague their individual communities and can offer unique and necessary solutions.
Inboxes are inundated, and many people are overwhelmed by the notifications on their devices. Want to reach your audience? Try a handwritten note instead.
Buying and selling are a small part of the complex real estate business. Now is the time to help agents capitalize on other opportunities in the business.
Agent recruitment and training ranks among the top hurdles brokers are grappling with, according to a new survey.
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