Advice for Agents

Advice for Agents

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The best real estate salespeople aren’t necessarily those who engineer the most sales, but those who create good experiences for their clients in the process. If you want to up your game, here are some tips to help.

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Communicating your value is more challenging and more important than ever. Many buyers and sellers believe they know as much (or more) than the average real estate professional.

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Real estate is a highly engaging business that requires a substantial amount of energy output for success. What we often don’t realize is that...

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Multi-tasking is the easiest way to drain your energy, get distracted and burn out. There is a way to stop it and have a more success and freedom. Watch this short video to find out how.

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Facebook ads are a great advertising resource for real estate professionals. However, it isn’t easy. You need to try out a few concepts to figure out what works for you.

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Once you’ve figured out what to talk about (and why), you’re halfway done. The hardest thing about blogging is not the planning, the strategizing or even coming up with a great headline. The hardest thing is writing it.

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If the buyer cannot close, they will likely forfeit their deposit and be subject to a lawsuit from the seller, for the difference in the sale price if the seller now sells the property for a lower price than the buyer agreed to pay.

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If you are not confident about your photography skills or have been asked not to take photos at family events, here is a handy guide to hiring a good photographer for your real estate photos.

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Within virtually every organization, employees from different departments will have to interact with one another without having direct authority over them. Keep in mind these five tips.

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Have you heard that “nothing lasts forever?” I’m sure you have. Have you thought about that at all in relation to the current real estate market in Southern Ontario? It will happen, just be prepared.