Your Real Estate Resource For Real Estate And Mortgage Training
Our real estate blog page provides information for real estate agents seeking real estate training, career development ideas, new products or services, or real estate continuing education (CE) courses. It also helps those individuals looking for real estate licensing.
Our blogs include information on national interest, such as current mortgage rates and comments on the housing market, as well as brief reviews and comments on new and popular career development courses. To find specific real estate blogs, either view the blogs posted below or search by category using the search box below.
If you're an experienced agent, you may have gotten the shock of your life this year: Instead of selling homes like hotcakes, you're slumping like watery syrup drifting off pancakes! I know why: The hot market brought you sales 'accidents', and you capably help those people buy and sell. But, in a challenging market, people don't just 'turn themselves in'. It's time for you to get 'on purpose'.
Do you have the ammunition to change from 'on accident' to 'on purpose? Here are 10
I have worked with hundreds of successful business owners, coaches and real estate professionals over the years. They often agree that you should evaluate your business and make necessary changes every six months to remain competitive.
The real estate market is constantly changing; as is the technology that helps us with productivity, generating leads, getting homes "Sold" and most importantly, making our clients happy.
Before you consider a move in life, you'll want to be prepared for all the hidden costs that may surface as you go along. There are some obvious costs that may not alarm you, but be forewarned that hidden costs can certainly accumulate- it'll all depend on your ability to look ahead and exercise your best planning skills.
Remember that if you decide to go for a package deal on packing and moving supplies, there could still end up being
Nobody knows better - or at least, should - why homes aren't selling in the marketplace. No, it's not because of the mortgage meltdown: Contrary to popular belief, mortgage rates are still historically low and credit-worthy buyers experiencing no problems securing finance. And there are plenty of potential buyers. Most REALTORS will tell you they are working with dozens of buyers - but they can't seem to get them to "take the plunge." How is it, then, that