Seattle’s real estate market, both residential and commercial, has been cooking for a few years, making it tough for people who want to enter the market, or even move within it. That’s where the 1st-ever Metropolist Magazine jumps in to inform.
Our 1st magazine is a 12-page guide packed […]
Do your Seattle real estate offers look like winners? Or, is there something you’re doing, or not doing, in your contract writing that could be impacting your business, your reputation, and your ability to win listings for your buyers?
In May, broker Jennifer Nelson had the hulking task of […]
What’s your main “why” when you agree to do an open house? When you’ve clarified your real opportunity in doing open houses in Seattle, you may have more energy, curiosity…and an improved ability to build yourself a bigger business.
Have you thought about why you host open houses?
We heard about a tool recently – ringless voicemail drops – from pro panelist Kelly Zuger in our last signature clock hour class, The Pit. So, we did a little digging to bring you a few ideas about how you might incorporate the use of these tools in your own […]
A few insights to share, fresh from The Pit clock hour class held earlier this week at the Learning Lab in SODO. Multiple-offer strategies were a big talking point in class & this post will highlight a few insights and give specific suggestions to help you create a buyer’s offer […]
Let’s talk a little more about mornings, and how the first things you do for your business each day can actually set the tone for your productivity for the rest of the day.
So, it’s morning. (Hi. Good morning.)
You’ve got your cup of coffee and the cobwebs […]
Who’s to blame for the high prices and slim pickings?
It’s always easier to blame the price hikes and lack of inventory in the Seattle area on Washington outsiders but if you look at the overall real estate market, you’ll see the real crux.
The Seattle Times recently compared different