Creating a partnership or team is a big step. Find out the pros and cons, read about real-life examples of teams, learn how teams work together and how to avoid problems.
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Considering a Partnership or Team?
How to create a winning real estate team, (REALTOR® Magazine/Daily Real Estate News, July 29, 2016)
7 reasons your real estate team will fail, (REALTOR® Magazine, Mar. 2016)
Why a diverse team of agents can benefit consumers, (Realty Times, Dec. 15, 2016)
5 reasons agent teams get more leads than solo agents, (ActiveRain, June 23, 2015)
Individual real estate agent vs. real estate teams; which is better?, (Realty Times, Mar. 23 2015)
Double your growth with a partner, (REALTOR® Magazine, Mar. 2015)
Building a winning real estate team, (Illinois REALTOR®, July 2014)
eBooks & Other Resources
The following eBooks and digital audiobooks are available to NAR members:
All Star Sales Teams (Kindle, eBook)
Building Better Teams, (Kindle, Audiobook, eBook)
Complete Partnership Book (eBook)
Co-Leaders: the Power of Great Partnerships (Audiobook)
Manage Teams Successfully (Kindle, Audiobook, eBook)
Never Fly Solo (Kindle, Audiobook, eBook)
Nice Teams Finish Last (Kindle, eBook)
Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team (Kindle, Audiobook, eBook)
Smart Leaders, Smarter Teams (Kindle, Audiobook, eBook)
The ABC's of Building a Business Team That Wins (Audiobook)
The Hedgehog Effect, (Kindle, Audiobook, eBook)
The I in Team (Audiobook)
The Ideal Team Player (Kindle, Audiobook, eBook)
Virtual Teams (Kindle, Audiobook, eBook)
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