Advice for Agents

Advice for Agents

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One of the main things we want you to do is work smarter, not harder, because a lot of people are spinning their wheels with Instagram. They don’t feel like they’re getting anything from it. Check out my video!

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Despite the slowdown in the market, there may still be circumstances where essential “in-person” showings and appointments must be held.

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Your buyers and sellers want to know that you are still working in their best interests, even if showings are being put on pause for now. Watch the video!

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Starting a new career and business is often thrilling and (nerve-racking) to begin with, but the excitement of hustling and doing another deal can often merge into and replace other priorities if we are not careful.

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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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Forty-seven per cent of real estate businesses say that social media results in the highest-quality leads versus other sources.

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Just stalking people doesn’t get you anywhere. You need to actually engage and connect with others, and this includes posting your own content.

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Trying different tactics or spending more on your marketing without addressing the underlying problem is like trying to wallpaper over a hole in the wall. It may look good, but the problem is still there.

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Working in real estate has numerous perks – being in control of your schedule and independence, among other benefits. But it comes with the downside of an irregular paycheque.

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A lot of real estate agents feel awkward when they’re calling their database and I can totally relate. One of my life’s goals is to have joy with everything that I do, and if I don’t have joy doing it, I don’t want to do it.