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.
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.
The rules for in-person etiquette have changed, and it’s important to observe those changes to position yourself as a professional who cares.
Help clients and your bottom line by finding new revenue streams.
Use this comprehensive plan to evaluate and take action on your commitment to creating a brokerage where everyone feels like they belong.
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