This brokerage management software wants to streamline your business Mon, 22 Apr 2019 2:43:44 Zipi is a back-office administration software platform for brokers to manage deals and agent financials. The latest iteration of Zipi is even more heavily focused on brokerages and provides a highly versatile and granular user experience for brokers to oversee every aspect of their finances, agent goals and activities. read more»
3 rules every agent should follow Mon, 22 Apr 2019 2:10:06 To thrive in the real estate industry, you will need to succeed in your ability to interact with people and build strong bonds — that means always being honest, owning up to your mistakes and always doing your best for your clients (and yourself). Put that at the top of your rulebook, and there'll be nowhere to go but up. read more»
Prospector, networker, converter, marketer: What’s your strength? Mon, 22 Apr 2019 0:25:58 Figuring out your personal strengths and letting the rest go will allow you to grow your business in ways you never knew were possible. Once you have identified the archetype that best fits you, use these guidelines to see which tools and strategies are most likely to contribute to your success. read more»
Low-cost, high-impact marketing with video Mon, 22 Apr 2019 0:01:34 “What do Christmas decorations have to do with real estate?” asked Chrissie Wright. “Connection and engagement,” she said, answering her own question. “And it has everything to do with letting our community get to know us and trust us.” read more»
Sell the lifestyle by being part of your community Mon, 22 Apr 2019 0:01:32 “The market in Telluride can be very tough,” says Teddy Errico, a leading agent with Telluride Sotheby’s International Realty. “The incubation period can be two to four years. It takes buyers some time to visit alternate locales before they figure out Telluride is perfect for them.” read more»
Breaking: Zillow sues Compass over poached employees, intellectual property Fri, 19 Apr 2019 17:29:20 Zillow on Friday filed two lawsuits against Compass, alleging the tech-enabled brokerage poached its employees as part of an effort to steal its intellectual property.
The suits were filed in Washington state and in federal court, respectively, and argue that Compass lured away three Zillow employees who had signed contracts with non-disclosure and non-compete clauses. read more»