What you should understand about the NYC rental broker fee changes
Agents need to take their clients behind the headlines and explain how New York City's change to brokers' fees could hurt them
by Gina Castrorao Feb 7
What does a rental agent in NYC do anyway?
Real estate brokers explain all of the responsibilities of the rental agent as the burden of paying them shifts to landlords in NYC
by Patrick Kearns Feb 7
Want to be a whiz at managing your time? Try these tools
Learning new technology is sometimes daunting, but once you learn it, it can open up a whole new world where you can work smarter not harder
by Gina Castrorao Nov 7
How to crush your first interview with a brokerage
Finding a perfect fit isn't one-sided. Everyone needs to be on the same page to build a successful, long-term relationship
by Gina Castrorao Aug 9
Why building relationships is paramount to maintaining a healthy pipeline
Realtors need to make sincere efforts to build healthy client relationships so that they can keep the door open to future opportunities
by Gina Castrorao May 2
3 critical areas to organize in your flexible career
You might be a hustlin’ and bustlin’ real estate agent. But to be the best agent you can be, your hustle requires diligent organization
by Gina Castrorao Apr 25
3 ways to actively ensure the longevity of your career
Don't be one of those agents who doesn't make it past the 5-year mark, invest in your education
by Gina Castrorao Apr 18
How to find your support system as a newbie
Carefully choose who you surround yourself with because they will teach you, push you and provide unwavering support along the way
by Gina Castrorao Apr 11
What is the No. 1 thing you should look for in a brokerage?
Your ideal brokerage should subscribe to training methods that best suit your learning style
by Gina Castrorao Apr 4