Real estate agents are required to disclose a home’s material defects to buyers before selling a home. But agents can’t disclose what they don’t know. Enter the simple safety check. Despite mandatory disclosures and even a thorough home inspection, sometimes important safety issues [...]
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Real estate agents operate under the supervision of a managing or principal broker. Since the broker relationship affects the sales, commissions, reputation and satisfaction of a real estate salesperson, choosing a real estate brokerage can drastically affect your career. It’s important to do [...]
Brian Swan Learn more about why real estate professionals don't talk about their clients' reasons for moving, financial issues, or moving timelines. Brian Swan of OnCourse Learning authored an article on the subject in the June 2018 issue of Salt Lake Realtor. [...]
Considering changing brokerages? Real estate agents leaving a brokerage should stop and consider these 5 important points. Real estate agents change brokerages for plenty of reasons, but, sometimes, it’s better to fix the ship you’re on than jump ship, experts say. “Certainly, it [...]
Real estate corporations and brokerages are realizing proven agents, armed with technology and data, drive sales and the bottom line. There was a time when real estate agents weren’t viewed so much for the value they brought to the table, but rather their [...]
Social media platforms and the internet make it easy for motivated real estate agents to use digital marketing to get their businesses in front of thousands of potential clients, but without a concrete digital marketing plan in place, they are missing out on thousands more.
Maintaining meaningful relationships in the 21st century has become increasingly difficult. If you want to take your professional relationships to the next level, consider these five tips.
Attending open houses, entering vacant properties or traveling to remote residences are among the situations that make real estate agents fear for their safety.