Earning prospects’ trust, new buyer and seller realities, communicating with your sphere during crisis — in reflecting on this past year’s top-read stories, it’s no surprise to anyone that COVID-19 dominated the narrative.
Earning prospects’ trust, new buyer and seller realities, communicating with your sphere during crisis — in reflecting on this past year’s top-read stories, it’s no surprise that COVID-19 dominated the narrative.
But rather than falling into cliched prose about this unprecedented, uncertain, unusually hectic year of doing business amid pandemic, we’ll get right to the goods.
BY IMRAN TARIQ
Prospective clients need someone they can trust, especially in today’s climate, which doesn’t inspire much confidence. Here’s how you can prove that you’re the agent to hire.
BY CARA AMEER
In light of coronavirus, here are six things every buyer and seller should know when it comes to transacting real estate during this tough time.
BY BERNICE ROSS
Although there are thousands of reasons deals go wrong, there are seven seemingly innocuous words that often cause negotiations to fall apart. Eliminating these words from your negotiation vocabulary will help you be stronger and more confident at the negotiation table.
BY JAY THOMPSON
As many agents are focused on the falsehood that Zillow is coming for them, they’re missing the more significant change.
Correspondence is an art, not a science, but these tips will help make your handwritten notes, thank-you’s and videos easier to create.
BY CARA AMEER
When it comes to real estate, people still hold on to a host of tired, old-school beliefs that are hard to shake off. But to ensure a successful sale, agents need to educate their sellers on how the process actually works today. Here’s how.
When the quarantines lift and the crisis subsides, what potential market shifts will we see? Here’s how you can best position yourself to serve some of the likely outcomes.
What can the real estate industry do to minimize the ripple effect of the pandemic? Here are some thoughts on best practices from a broker in a coronavirus hotbed.
BY ALEX NEIR
If you’re having to compete in a multiple-offer situation on every offer, you have to find a way to give your buyers as much of an edge as possible. Here are a few ideas to help you craft a competitive offer.
What’s the biggest mistake you can make right now? Not using this time to shine as a trusted real estate adviser by crafting responsible, thoughtful, factual and compassionate messaging. Here are the essentials for the right approach.
Justin Malonson is the Founder of LyfeLoop a 16+ year tech innovator, investigative media researcher and host of the Freedom Not Control Podcast live on Voice America. Justin is a highly sought-after tech entrepreneur, industry speaker and winner of the coveted Business Achievement Awards “Top Digital Marketer” award. With 16+ years of demanding experience, Justin has worked with over 3,000 businesses including amazing clients such as Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, Sotheby’s International Realty, Duke University, White House Black Market,Tiffin Motorhomes, Bass Pro Shops and Beazer Homes USA.