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Richard Robbins

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Richard Robbins is CEO/founder of Richard Robbins International (RRi), a Canadian-based organization providing world-class real estate conferences and one-on-one coaching. For information about upcoming conferences, booking Richard to speak or coaching programs, visit www.richardrobbins.com or call 1-800-298-9587.
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The real estate industry is complicated and challenging, and keeping a positive state of mind is key to increasing not only your happiness levels, but also your productivity levels.

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Why would 33 per cent of real estate professionals leave the industry in less than a year? I believe it’s to do with what I call The Lead Battle.

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Richard Robbins looks at the latest sales results for Greater Vancouver and has nothing but good news….well, almost. He takes a hard look at the October market and makes his predictions for 2020.

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In this video, Richard Robbins takes a deep dive into September sales, price and inventory numbers in the Greater Toronto Area.

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Richard Robbins takes a deep dive into the latest statistics from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver and offers his thoughts on where the real estate market is headed.

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In this video, Richard Robbins looks at the Toronto Real Estate Board market summary for June and talks about how the first half of this year is faring compared to 2018.

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It’s now a buyers’ market in the Greater Vancouver area, but you can still have a strong finish to the year. Richard Robbins has some ideas to share in this short video.

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How will “sold data” affect your business? Here are my thoughts on how you can use this huge change to your advantage.

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There’s no denying these numbers, Vancouver is facing a new reality and it’s time to adapt. There is, however, some good news. For a deeper dive on the Vancouver real estate market, watch the full video.

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Real estate is a dynamic business and it’s this unpredictability that great real estate professionals thrive on. A shifting market is not the time to sit back and wait for things to get better.