Be the one who educates them, provides information and holds their hand when necessary — and please answer the damn phone
by Erica Ramus | Sep 19
If we pursued our business with the goal of real human connection, we'd be more effective marketers and agents
by Kevin Kauffman | Sep 13
In the words of Mother Teresa, 'If you can't feed 100 people, feed just one.' Here's a challenge for all agents
by Joshua Lybolt | Aug 27
Focus your efforts on satisfying your clients’ basic needs, and your business can grow with far less worry than you probably have now
by Jay Thompson | Jul 3
Here's how to avoid these all-too-common blunders that can deplete your resources and end your career
by Lynn Wheeler | Apr 2
Make it easy for buyers to do what you want them to do — envision themselves buying and living in the home — and your sellers will sing your praises
by Nicole Solari | Dec 23
Is it worth it to cut the human-ness out of a transaction for a flat fee?
by Kendyl Young | Jun 11
An ode to the Golden State and some of the various figures who called it home, including yours truly
by Brad Inman | Nov 22
Why relying solely on numbers is a missed opportunity
Wield your mad agent skills to get a signature on the dotted line
by Jackson Cooper | Jun 6
Reflections on ego, leadership, gratitude and facing challenges head on
by Tim & Julie Harris | Mar 31
Your emotional intelligence is an asset, not a flaw
by Tim & Julie Harris | Mar 30
The old brain is skeptical, and it takes great marketing to make action to happen
by Laura Ure | Nov 23
Be the voice of reason throughout the process for your clients
by Jay O'Brien | Oct 15
Client emotions are key to homebuying decisions, and here's how you leverage them
by Jeff Shore | Aug 14