This week in housing news you can use, construction booms, interest premiums stay put, and real estate agents find a home in an unfortunate series. Continue reading Construction, Premiums and Unfortunate Events
You don’t need a new year to decide to break bad habits. Bad habits are behaviors that affect your personal life and wreak havoc on your finances. If you’re a homeowner, your home is your biggest financial asset (most likely). When it comes time to sell, it’s easy to fall into some bad habits that will undoubtedly cost you some of your equity. Let’s break these habits and look at better options to make you more money. Continue reading 7 Bad Habits Sellers Should Break for Bigger Profits
As you enjoy the spoils of the gift-giving season, there’s a good chance you’re playing with something involving tech. Whether it’s virtual reality goggles, a Google Home smart speaker or Apple AirPods, the latest tech gadgets are changing the way we do life. In real estate, the same is true. Advances in technology are making buying and selling a home easier than ever. Plus, they’ll make you more money. Continue reading 7 ways technology will help you buy and sell a home in 2017
Snapchat is the ultimate in-the-moment medium for engaging with prospects and clients. Reach those critical teens-to-thirties prospects where they are — on their phones! Here’s how to get started and build your brand. Continue reading Aw Snap! How to use Snapchat for Real Estate
Strategic questions that lead to better answers, plus four phrases to avoid.
When you’re on a sales call or in-person consultation, you’re eager to get your info and point across. But you might be missing cues that could turn an iffy buyer into a sale. Listen carefully to what your potential client is saying and don’t let yourself make assumptions based on unclear answers. Instead, use these 10 follow-up questions to elicit a more detailed response or redirect thinking to a positive solution. Continue reading 10 follow-up questions for a better sales consultation