Life After (During) A Down Market
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.
In Search Of Productivity: Growing Market Share On A Slippery Slope
The real estate industry is saturated with agents and there are now fewer traditional transactions to go around. In order to stand out in the market, there are a number of things savvy brokers can do, including using the Internet to your advantage, building a team, having a solid business plan, acquiring a competitor, trying a new business model, using a virtual assistant, and diversifying your business.
The Secret to Maximizing Your Listings (Portals)
The Internet has forever changed how businesses operate. The changing ways in which consumers now access information will continue to impact the real estate industry and the buyerbroker relationship.
In Search of Innovation – How Do You Change The Game?
In 2010 the real estate industry was on the cusp of major change. NAR instituted a challenge for finding new ideas.