There are unquestionably too many licensed real estate agents today and the barriers to entry are unacceptably low. More extensive and higher-quality education and training would be a positive step in improving the quality of entrant, the level of ultimate consumer service and the overall image of the real estate agent and the industry.
There is wide consensus that the industry is saddled with a large number of parttime, untrained, unethical, or incompetent agents. In this report, T3 Sixty analyzes professionalism in the industry and outlines what can be done to improve the quality of labor.
In this report T3 Sixty provides an overview of the trends that have moved the tipping point and will impact most of us in the not too distant future.
A staggering 85 of agents entering the industry have no sales experience. Combine this with minimal real estate knowledge and a lack of skills in several key areas, and were left with an industry destined for high failure rates. To counter this, education is paramount. This chapter looks at two popular selfimprovement options: designations and coaching.
Its not a question of should you or shouldnt you but rather how to produce a real estate video. Its the perfect tool to take prospective clients into the home and neighborhood theyre considering purchasing and showing them the lifestyle that goes with it. A wellmade video can mean the difference between losing or closing a deal.
Podcasting is an inexpensive, fun way of getting your message across, promoting your brand and business and connecting with prospective buyers and sellers. It puts you in the driver seat as you have control over what kind of content you want to convey and in which way you want to do it.
In 2010 the real estate industry was on the cusp of major change. NAR instituted a challenge for finding new ideas.
In 2009 the economy was rapidly changing. Many people are confused and waiting on someone else to take the initiative and step out withan answer from the federal government on down. This report details how Innovation, education and the right mindset equip real estate professionals to meet everincreasing consumer requirements.
Residential real estate brokerages and the NAR have a complicated relationship.