Disclosure Law: 4 Things Your Sellers Need to Know The internet is full of crazy real estate lawsuits, and a number of them center on real estate disclosure laws. One of the most famous examples occurred in the ...
The Human Side of Home Buying In today’s real estate business, technological advances allow most tasks to be carried out seamlessly, on the go, and at the touch of a button. House hunting apps ...
Staying Safe on the Job Every real estate agent should be safety-conscious and REALTOR® safety is an important topic of discussion any time of year, especially since agents spend much of ...
So Your Client Wants to Buy New Construction… What Now? Working with clients who are interested in purchasing a newly constructed home can be challenging. And many home buyers assume they don’t need to enlist a real ...
Build and Manage Your Sales Pipeline The sales cycle in real estate starts long before you take a listing or show a home, and considering how long it takes to go from initial contact to closing, it’s ...
Are You Asking Your Prospects the Wrong Questions? We’ve all heard the old saying: If you want better answers, ask better questions!  Good questions seek to understand the bigger picture, not just gather bits of ...
Millennials: Shaping the Future of Real Estate The real estate industry is on the cusp of a significant wave of new homebuyers that will drive the housing market for at least the next decade: millennials. ...
Negotiate Like a Pro One of the key reasons home buyers and sellers hire a real estate agent is for their negotiation skills. Your clients require the expertise of a professional who ...
5 Tips for Maximum Curb Appeal You can steam clean the carpet, rearrange the furniture, and create a warm and inviting space inside the home—but don’t forget about the outside! First ...
Sold in the Cold: Tips for Winter Listings Depending on where you live and sell homes, winter isn't exactly peak season for real estate sales. But that doesn't mean listing a home between December and ...