Hire A Top Class Real Estate Agent Who Will Invest In Your Future
ICYMI: Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been outlining the key principles of successful teams. We started out with the importance of articulating a purpose—defining your “big whys” for being in real estate and starting a team.
For the most part, real estate agents pride themselves on providing exceptional service to their buyers and sellers—so much service that they end up failing themselves by not keeping their pipeline full. They over-service their transactions in some cases and then once those deals close, they find themselves out of business and starting the prospecting game all over again.
As you prepare for the new year, you can gain a great advantage for yourself and your team by reflecting on the past year. When you think about what you’ve accomplished, and where you fell short on your goals, you’re bound to learn something new about yourself and how your team operates.
(TNS)—Q: After I was divorced, the court awarded our home to my ex-spouse and ordered him to refinance the mortgage to get me off of it. He has not refinanced the property several years later and pays the mortgage inconsistently, leaving my credit in shambles. What can I do to escape this nightmare? — Nona
A: There is no worse position to be in than owing money on a property that you do not own or benefit from.
Your best option will be to go back to the divorce court and ask the judge to enforce the order.
We often hear that when it comes to building a successful business, branding is one of the most important aspects. And not only that, but if done right, powerful branding can also do parts of the selling for you. Undoubtedly, branding can create a lasting effect on our businesses across markets, but it is rare to see and know how it is broken down and where to start. You may find plenty of information on branding but say to yourself “that makes sense, but where do I start?”