Most real estate agents are looking for the magic pill — the secret, the key, that one thing successful agents know — that could triple their business. Secrets of Top Selling Agents: The Keys to Real Estate Success Revealed, by Joe Sesso is a summary of all the magic pills agents have been looking for in an easy-to-read format.
It never hurts to tip the scales in your sellers’ favor, increase their bottom line and potentially expedite the home sale timeline.
Emotional quotient, or EQ, is a measure of a person’s adequacy in areas such as self-awareness, empathy and being sensitive with other people. Have you ever wondered if your EQ is high enough? Here are seven ways to improve your emotional intelligence as a real estate agent.
About six years ago, I was at a three-day conference where Darren Hardy, the publisher of Success Magazine, spoke as the keynote speaker. Everything he said stuck with me, but the biggest thing that resonated with me on all levels was when he asked: “Who do you have to become to get what you want?”
Putting down 20 percent is not an easy task (and it isn’t always necessary to put down that much!) But doing so requires cutting back in other areas of your life and focusing on saving every penny to reach your goal of homeownership.
Maybe you are super-organized with your business and you did your new business plan in November (like you were supposed to), and by this time in February, your weekly to-do list is all planned out.