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.
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.
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