Identifying as a "sales person" is often a real struggle. We have the heart to genuinely help but feel that by asking for business we are being "salesy".
In any industry, we are forced to adapt and change to survive. Real estate is not special and is subject to both technological challenges as well as societal changes. We've witnessed the beginning of the e-buyer evolution and it is likely that consumers will continue to take to the internet for their education. It's also … Continue reading Future of Real Estate
There are two types of leads, paid and earned. We'll discuss the "earned" version more in this article. First, let's lay some ground rules for lead generating with the best.
I am absolutely fascinated by the idea of outsourcing in real estate. Making your life easier, one task at a time. So many of the day-to-day tasks can be automated and outsourced in an efficient way that helps you accomplish more. Want to hear why you shouldn't (immediately) say no to outsourcing? I recently learned … Continue reading Outsourcing in Real Estate
An innovative brokerage can only get you so far. At the end of the day, as an agent, we have to constantly look for ways to improve our real estate businesses. While we watch for new trends in the market, keep up with the increasing speed of changes in the real estate industry, and evaluate … Continue reading Top 10 Innovation Strategies to Keep You ‘Relevant’
Hack: Focus on the people you already know and then add technology in for a winning combination.
Sometimes the best way to evaluate if you're ready is to tell you when NOT to hire. So, here it goes. Don't hire if: You're desperate to fill the role immediatelyIt doesn't make financial sense For obvious reasons, hiring someone when you're desperate may lead to poor decision making and settling for the wrong person … Continue reading Is It Time For Your First Hire?