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 […]
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.
Brokers and brokerages are shifting lead building efforts to the online world and for a good reason – it’s proven to be effective with thousands of home searches online every day. But to what extent is this helping or hurting the client’s experience? And to what extent is this making […]
Who is fun and refreshing to work with? Who is confident, knowledgeable and professional? Who knows their local area back-to-front…and upside down?
And who can negotiate easily so that buyers and sellers are represented with their very best interests at the core of the transaction? Easy. That’s YOU… when you’re […]
Last month’s debut clock hour class, Lender Think Tank, featured 3 local lending professionals, each of whom shared generously with the real estate brokers in attendance to smooth and “effici-fy” real estate transactions.
One topic that came up a few times in the class was the concept of gathering information […]