Quarantine stinks. But just because you’re stuck at home doesn’t mean the world’s stopped spinning. Your leads are still out there – seeking socialization from social media. Here’s how to grab those Facebook real estate leads during the pandemic.
Although there are several programs to provide financial assistance for real estate agents, not all of them may be available to you. If your business is struggling during the pandemic, read on to learn more about the different types of financial aid available to you
The first thing you may notice when you start working from home as a real estate agent is that you’re working far more hours than you did when you had an office to go to.
You’re not alone.
How are you engaging real estate leads during COVID-19? The best agents are going to come out of this crisis with a strong system in place – Here’s how you can be ready.
Real estate websites for baby boomers need to be built with the demographic in mind. Here are some things to keep in mind while you’re working on updating your site
Have you ever breathed a sigh of relief when you find out that your new client isn’t a first-time buyer? We get that many agents love working with them. But, let’s face it, first-timers are time-consuming and quite labor-intensive. For agents who don’t frequently work with this type of client, it’s all too easy to forget that they know nothing about the process. Which only causes more problems for both of you. We’ve put together a list of the homebuying processes that most elude or confuse first-time homebuyers. Feel free to make your own, based off of ours, and do…
Staying productive is a challenge when you have to work from home. Here are 3 best practices to employ when you’re working from home as a real estate agent.
Have you ever wondered about those who spend all that time in real estate school, all that money to obtain a license and join a brokerage, only to eventually quit? The real estate industry’s agent attrition rate is notoriously high. Last year, a Redfin study found that it’s increasing as well, with an average 1.7 percent increase per year from 2016. Some call it the “agent failure rate,” which is not only inaccurate, but unfair. Not all who leave an industry failed. There are many reasons a real estate agent decides to move on. Since we hope you’ll stick around,…