Real estate is a demanding business. It requires you to be on call at all times and often to work nights and weekends. It's not surprising that many agents get burned out and ultimately decide to pursue another path.
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Divorcing homeowners offer a unique opportunity to the right agent willing to put in the work to list them.
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Back in March, COVID-19 hit the U.S., and the real estate industry was thrown into a tailspin. Agents across the country were forced to reevaluate and make changes to keep their businesses afloat.
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People are packing up their flip-flops and sunblock, ditching the Jimmy Buffet playlists, and getting ready for a new season of early morning to-do’s, freshly ironed business clothes, and afternoons of sports-practice chauffeuring.
As a real estate agent, what effect does the seasonal change-over have on your business?
Are you prepared to continue nabbing new listings even as the market declines over the next few “off months?”
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Owning a real estate business has the potential to be a stressful career. There are a lot of reasons for this, and you're probably familiar with most of them. But with a few strategies, you can elevate your career from stressful to satisfying.
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Tap the overlooked niches in your market for more listings…No prospecting needed!
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If you really like what you do, you'll never stop looking for new ways to improve. You can’t just "go through the motions" and do things the same way if you want to be the best you can be.
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You hear me say it all the time:
“Keep working smart!”
“Work smarter, not harder!”
But without explaining exactly what I mean, I can’t possibly expect you to follow my advice, now can I?
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The Association of Real Estate License Law Officials estimates there are about 2 million active real estate licensees in the United States.
That’s a whole lot of Realtors competing for a constantly fluctuating pool of clients.
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We all have our opinions about working with expireds.
They're one of the most obvious niches of real estate, yet also one of the most despised.
Why is that? And how can you, as an agent, conquer them? Keep reading.