There are potential risks involved in this common tactic, including fair housing violations. Here are seven tips for tackling love letters.
There are many components to securing your office space. Start with these essentials to make sure all bases are covered.
Show that as a leader, you understand that there’s more to an agent or employee than what they bring to the table for your brokerage.
Brokers say the key is to let agents with special skillsets and business models know you have what they need.
With so many ways to communicate nowadays, it’s important to home in on best practices and use them consistently.
If you want to realize your goals in the coming year, set up a routine to make it happen.
Clients often ask questions about neighborhoods and schools when shopping for a home. Brokers and agents should take care when answering to avoid fair housing violations.
Brokers embraced the team structure even more this year, with some adopting a new business model to share responsibility with team leaders.
Now is the time for brokers to shift focus from making money to building systems that will translate to sustainable wealth.
To ensure the longevity of your business, it’s time to start healthy routines.
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