In real estate, no matter which approach that you’re most comfortable with, there are a handful of habits that can ensure that your reach your destination, regardless of the path you take. As a REALTOR®, that destination, of course is doing what is best for your clients, and in turn closing transactions.
Now you don’t necessarily need a clever slogan or catchy jingle to brand yourself; however, you do need to have the ability to be found. Roughly 75% of a REALTOR’S® business comes from referrals or word-of-mouth. When you make it easier for existing clients to share your information, and you make it easier for potential clients to contact you, you’ve enhanced your brand. Here are 3 tips to achieve exactly that.
One of the most fulfilling, exciting, and often stressful and emotional times of someone’s life happens when they buy or sell a home. This single transaction requires so many moving parts and variables that it can make you as anxious as it does proud.
Any real estate deal and home sale or purchase involves what is known as, the law of real property. This unique designation requires an expert, and the experts in this field are real estate attorneys. For all parties involved: buyers, sellers, REALTORS®, and brokers, there are a few helpful things that real estate attorneys would like you to know. These tips can make any transaction a smooth and successful one.
The hours, effort, and energy that go into obtaining and working leads are substantial and working so hard without seeing a deal come to fruition is disheartening to the say the least. Here are a few ideas that can turn into more leads and more closings.
The following four reasons explain why home sellers need to enlist the help of a knowledgeable and professional REALTOR®.
Every now and then we need an expert’s opinion, advice, and direction. Does your knee hurt after a basketball game? Go see a doctor. Car won’t start? Go see a mechanic. Looking to buy/sell a house? Go see/Use a REALTOR®.
With so much sensitive information on hand, not only theirs, but their clients’ as well, the target on any REALTOR®’s network and devices is a big one. However, with these four best practices for internet and information security, that target can shrink dramatically.