Opinion
Brokers can help their agents by encouraging the pursuit of interesting and creative continuing education courses
by Anthony Askowitz | Mar 19
Opinion
Great partnerships often develop when agents have complementary skills and talents, rather than overlapping ones, even if both are highly successful
by Anthony Askowitz | Feb 19
Opinion
It's nice for brokerages to celebrate birthdays at monthly get-togethers, but it's important to be inclusive
by Anthony Askowitz | Jan 15
Opinion
Here's one way to handle this very important and personal decision
by Anthony Askowitz | Nov 20
Opinion
Transitions can be challenging even under the best of circumstances, but here's how to handle a situation where agents feel their opinions aren't as valued as they should be
by Anthony Askowitz | Oct 16
Opinion
Sometimes smart real estate customers feel more entitled to reduced commissions from their real estate agents, but agents can hold firm by educating buyers and sellers
by Anthony Askowitz | Aug 21
There are plenty of strategies agents and brokers can put in place to ensure steady streams of business
by Anthony Askowitz | Jul 17
Opinion
Brokers should create an atmosphere where safety is the top priority and reinforced with frequent reminders and qualified training
by Anthony Askowitz | Jun 19
Time is extremely precious for an office’s experienced agents, but there's always more to learn
by Anthony Askowitz | Nov 20
Opinion
Are visually and hearing-impaired customers shut out of your web sites – and justified to sue?
by Anthony Askowitz | Jun 14
How should brokers and agents handle the addition of a husband or wife to a team?
by Anthony Askowitz | Feb 12
How can a broker motivate agents to get over the holiday season lethargy?
by Anthony Askowitz | Jan 15