When I purchased my first home in 2011, I used an agent my parents referred to me. They had not worked directly with this agent, but they knew he had a reputation for knowing his way around distressed properties in Colorado. Being a first-time homebuyer with a commission-only job and a minuscule down payment, “distressed” was going to be all I could afford.
Becoming a top producer comes down to proactively prospecting about 7 hours a week, constantly learning, being emotionally resilient and moving from great to memorable client experiences
In a world obsessed by big data and technology, stand out by understanding why you do what you do and acting on it
With the changing landscape of our field, the changing business models and the speed at which we have to respond to survive, it’s strategic and smart to start practicing self-care
The value you provide in the years between transactions is how you create loyalty and increase referrals
Bill Watkins and Robert Mallon share their 60 years of combined experience
What could you be doing in your listing appointments to land that client?
Legal experts and loan origination system representatives talk about preparation for TRID