A Cutthroat Tactic for Selling Homes Is Voted Out!

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As real estate professionals, it’s our job to provide the best service for our clients. When a helpful tactic meant to stir up business actually harms instead of helps, it’s important to do what is best for the community instead of winning the big bucks for your clients.  Let’s take a lesson from Ohio. As…

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Spending Breakdown for Long-term Success as a Real Estate Agent

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As a real estate professional, figuring out the optimal spending breakdown is essential for success. You know you’ve got to spend money to earn money, but how much of your income should you be spending and which expenses should be prioritized?  Luckily, we’ve got the answers to your questions. We’ve helped countless real estate professionals…

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Trying to Build a Strong Team Culture? You Need Buy-in from All Directions

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As a team leader, you may wish you could design a perfect culture, inform your team members, and then quickly watch your business flourish with a brand new attitude. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work like this. Culture can’t simply be assigned from the top. However, culture also can’t be created from the bottom-up without buy-in from…

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Do Multi-Family Units Really Bring Down Resale Value?

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Many say apartment complexes bring several complications to their surrounding neighborhood, but is it really true that building multi-family units actually creates more harm than good, or does multi-family housing just get a bad reputation? MYTH #1: Higher Crime Rates A study conducted by the Arizona Multifamily Housing Association concluded that there is only a…

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Finding Your Dream Team in a Tough Hiring Climate

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While a great culture and the right systems can create a dream team, you can’t get there until you’ve hired the right people. Many real estate team leaders struggle to find people who are both qualified and a great fit.  Tammie Slay and Anne Coke joined a WizeHire and Workman Success Systems webinar to discuss…

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A New Home Project Sheds Light On Women’s Involvement in Homebuilding

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An eclectic, contemporary farmhouse-style home in Utah is believed to be the first home in the U.S. to be engineered, designed, and built completely by women. The project is being run by Utah Professional Women in Building and is intended to showcase skilled tradeswomen from all over the country. The home is referred to as…

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Strategies and Systems That Increase Performance within Your Real Estate Team

Successful teams aren’t born overnight. They’re carefully built by implementing the right systems and strategies to support the team’s goals. If you’re trying to find the tools your team needs to succeed, there’s no need to reinvent the wheel. Look at teams who’ve thrived by using a few specific systems and strategies, and incorporate them…

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How To Build Real Estate Teams That Dominate The Industry

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Ron Howard used to work 80-hour weeks and still wasn’t making enough to build the life he wanted. He had a team, but it wasn’t cohesive. Then he rebuilt his team, emphasizing a strong culture, great systems, and hiring the right people, and he’s now making more money while working half the hours. Because of…

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Will Hosts Replace Landlords? Airbnb Thinks So.

A growing number of people are booking extended stays through Airbnb. Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky believes people value flexibility with their housing now more than ever. He predicts that extended stays (30+ days) will eventually replace the need for long-term leases and traditional landlords. A Shifting Culture Currently,10.6 million Americans earn income from rental properties.…

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