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Agent Advice - Finding a real estate buddy
Win more listings with 5-star appraisals
Most agents spend far more time worrying about what price to appraise a property at, rather than thinking about how they can add value to the owner's journey and provide an exceptional level of service.
Why you should be working with more Property Investors
To achieve meaningful progress on your listings, you need offers on paper. The easiest way to secure those offers is to work with investors. But to avoid burnout and frustration, you need to approach your investor interactions with the right mindset.
The mindset shift you need to make to increase your income (podcast)
Change is coming. Now is the time to double down on all your marketing and prospecting activities.
Agent Advice - The power of podcasts
It takes a bit of time to build up a following, but think about how powerful a marketing tool this would be once you have 50, 100, 200 or more subscribers? They'll hear your voice every week, providing them with high-value real estate advice.
How to bounce back when an offer falls over
Ideas to help you deal with the loss, bounce back quickly and get the property sold as soon as possible.
How to approach deadlines when you have no offers (podcast)
One of the most daunting moments in any real estate career is fronting up to owners on deadline day with no offers. In our latest podcast episode, I share scripts and strategies to help you survive and thrive in these critical conversations. To subscribe to the show, search 'Agent Monday'
Why this is the best market to work in (and the skills you need to succeed)
While every other agent is floundering, you can stand out from the crowd and grow your business. In this article, I'll tell you how. This post includes vendor dialogues, advert script ideas and buyer servicing strategies.
How to survive your first 2 years in real estate (or get your existing career back on track)
Getting established in real estate can be tough. The majority of new salespeople leave the industry within 2 years of starting. Many of them earning next to no income during that time. Owners are doing more and more research online before selecting an agent, which often leads them towards the
Real estate agents: Here's how to ask for a price reduction (scripts included)
Grab a coffee and a comfy chair. It's time to tackle one of the toughest parts of selling real estate - asking for price reductions...
Hiring a Personal Assistant in your real estate business
One of the best parts of hiring an assistant is that they become your 'second brain', saving you from those little mistakes that happen when we suddenly get busy with multiple listings and sales happening all at once.