After the subprime crisis of 2007 and the mortgage meltdown of 2009, it was a time of change, maybe the start of a whole new real estate industry. This report provided both brokers and agents with a large selection of recommendations regarding issues that they could and should be focused on to position their business for the future.
There have been major changes to the traditional real estate business model in the past couple of decades, but in order to survive in a tough industry, brokerage companies need to keep evolving. These 10 powerhouse firms have done just that and are reaping the rewards.
A summary of 20062010 Trends as reported by the Swanepoel Trends Report.Categories include: Real Estate Companies, Outside Players, Realtor Associations, Real Estate Data, Public and MLS, The Consumer, Globalization and Minorities, Real Estate Business Models, Knowledge, Skills and ProfessionalismProductivity and Profitability, Technology, The Internet, and Social Media.