I’ve lost track of how many Inman Connect events that I have now been to. I’m looking forward to seeing the people who have become my tribe. To hugs in the hallways and long conversations. To early mornings and late nights. To learning and pushing myself out of my comfort zone yet again.
An article posted yesterday by Inman News has industry Facebook groups talking today.
Recently, I had the opportunity to participate in a challenge created by Inman in which I would go up against a “bot” (probably more accurately described as an algorithm) in order to determine who could choose better potential homes for an unknown client. Here’s what it was like from the broker’s point of view.
Real estate agents have a very real need to work on the fly, in the field and at a moment’s notice. Here are the 11 canned email responses I use the most frequently.
After a fast and frantic 18 to 24 months hustling properties, many of you have communicated that you have hit your own personal seasonal slowdown. That’s totally understandable, because you were so busy working in your business while the market was smoking hot that you might not have taken the time out to work on your business.
If you have a listing that has been sitting on the market for longer than you thought it would, it might be time to get back to basics and put a little more time and money into marketing the property. A home that might have sold for over list price in less than a day with multiple offers two months ago, even with crappy iPhone photos and monstrous dust bunnies under the coffee table, is going to need a little more love now that we are deep into fall, even if inventory is still at historically low levels.