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Real Estate

The first year in real estate can be rewarding for those that can set objectives, gather information to support and find resources to meet them. When a new agent that I coach does not have objectives, information or resources it's a red flag. Being a fresh face in a new career and office overwhelms the majority of we call the future...

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"What's the one thing I should do with my real estate marketing to build my personal brand and generate leads?" I get asked this question all the time. New agents or agents who are struggling with a marketing budget will ask this question and I always preface it by answering: Marketing is a holistic endeavor and, unfortunately, real estate agents being salespeople are always looking...

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Purchasing a home can be a daunting experience, so it is important that you work with a professional who can guide you through the entire process. Most great real estate agents have the design of REALTORĀ®, which means that they are members of a Professional Real Estate Association, and attended professional development classes. Since this article deals with choosing the right...

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There are a great number of homes for sale here in Coral Springs, Parkland, Plantation and other South Florida cities. So what can you, as a Seller, do to make it stand out from the rest? Believe it or not, there are some relatively simple things that you can do to move it along. As a local Coral Springs resident...

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If you're a mortgage loan officer scrambling for business, you may already know that your efforts are better spent on landing referral sources (i.e., real estate agents) that are a pool of repeat business for you rather than targeting individual borrowers offering business here and there. The problem you're probably facing is the "how" of creating and building relationships with real estate agents as a...

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If you are looking to sell a house you need a agent that is great at negotiating. An agent that looks out for your best interest. You need to interview agents and make sure they are the right agent for the job. That is willing to go to hundreds of homes when you are looking for those diamonds in the...

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For joining real estate business you need a license. So, first, contact the Department of Real Estate (DRE) in your state for licensing requirements. To be accepted, people should satisfy some pre-license requirements. Thus, according to DRE regulation, they should; be of at least 19 years, be managed a proctored exam, have high school diploma or some equivalent to...

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There's two sides to the real estate business. There's the emotional side where the person is buying [and selling] and then there's the business side, the non-emotional, logical and rational side. The emotional side is made up of the excitement, frustration, euphoria, fear, etc. that the buyer feels when they're going through the process of looking at houses, making offers,...

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Then and NowTen years ago, a search for real estate would have started in the office of a local real estate agent or by just driving around town. At the agent's office, you would spend an afternoon flipping through pages of active property listings from the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS). After choosing properties of interest, you would spend many weeks touring each property until...

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