Are you leading with these off-putting tactics in your real estate practice? The Learning Lab’s real estate school weighs in and shares precisely what -and who – not to spotlight in your buyer and seller consultations. If you’re after positive results in every new client meeting, read on and review
In Seattle’s competitive housing market, buyers looking to purchase properties are under a heavy weight of stress. Inventory is low, multiple bids on single-family homes, condos and townhouses are fairly common and buyers, especially new buyers, can get very weary of the process, which means stressed and likely, fearful.
Much of the work done in our office revolves around happy and exciting times. Houses, properties and homes. However, we also see the crushing effect of homelessness in our SODO Seattle location. It’s on the now-familiar faces of the people we see in the neighborhood who are doing their best. […]
There’s a short document that we, as a firm, review each week. Penned by best-selling author, speaker and educator Stewart Emery, we’ll share in this post what it is, but also HOW we use it to maximize results regarding focus, culture and collaboration throughout the team. Here we go: