To the thousands of people searching the internet for information on neighborhoods, properties and agents, your online presence is your first impression and your best chance to impress. Here are some ideas to take it to the next level
Thriving in a shifting market is all about making adjustments. Here's how one Utah-based real estate group doubled production by adopting gamification — yes, in the midst of this pandemic
Controlling the lights in a home through a tried-and-true voice assistant or a smartphone app is not only helpful, but also incredibly convenient. Here's what homeowners should look for when weighing their options
Now that agents are relying more and more on property videos, what can they do to step up their game and boost their production value? Drew Appolonia, video manager with BorrowLenses, answers our most pressing shooting and editing questions
This methodology is not a one-size-fits-all segmentation outline. Part of building a database is making it personal for you. However, it's a good place to start
For homeowners wanting more protection and screening of visitors, video doorbells bring a lot of important features to the table. So, when pitting Ring and Nest against each other, which one is the better smart video doorbell?
Clients want to work with people they trust — which is where the CRM comes in. A properly organized, categorized and cultivated database can help you not only manage, but also strengthen client relationships. Here's why
All kinds of creative and strategic thoughts are available to you when you’re not focusing every synapse on remembering what time you need to be where and what needs to get done by when