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In this episode of In the House, we share how to make the best hires in real estate by designing an organizational chart to accomplish your goals.

AJ Plant, left and Duncan MacDonald say finding and recruiting real estate agents is a lot like scouting baseball players – which MacDonald used to do for the Toronto Blue Jays.


I sat down with AJ Plant, regional owner of Exit Realty Eastern Ontario, and Duncan MacDonald, a former Toronto Blue Jays scout hired to find franchise prospects and recruit agents for the region’s brokerages.


In a downturned economy, many sales reps will either join teams to survive or begin searching for salaried employment to weather through the storm.


In today’s highly competitive market, salespeople who want to attract amazing buyer agents to their roster need to do more than just sell their “brand presence”.


If every brokerage says you’ll make $100,000 in your first year, but one brokerage’s manager tells you that you’d be lucky to hit $40,000, most people would probably think twice about joining that team.


How many emails do you and your staff send daily? Are you leveraging that organic traffic to mention anything about recruiting, joining your team, links to your training… anything? Well, you should be.


A recent interview a salesperson conducted with a candidate for a job as his assistant left us speechless. Without naming and shaming, I think...


Regardless of where you work, you have to motivate yourself. No one is going to give you a wake-up call every morning and tell you it’s time to get to work.


There are two important indicators of the right time to hire your first employee: time and money.


In real estate, as in most other businesses, the notion of long-term employment, where someone stays with one company for life (or at least a very long time), is over. Is that a good thing?