When I was growing up there was an advertising campaign aimed at getting kids to read more books. It was called, RIF or Reading is Fundamental. I find myself saying this phrase to myself, numerous times throughout the week. Why? Because people, and more specifically, real estate agents don’t read. Agents are in such a
When is enough enough? We stress out trying to achieve the American Dream. We work too many hours and take too few vacations. All in the name of achieving success. Our children are pushed into sports, music and STEM programs, all with the hope of becoming successful adults in areas they may not even enjoy.
I like to say being a real estate agent, we aren’t saving lives, but we do have the ability to change lives. We change the lives of our clients and we can change our own lives. Very few people grow up thinking they want to become a real estate agent. It’s often a second or
The home inspection contingency is one of the most common contingencies in a real estate contract. Your buyer should know going in, that their home inspector will find issues with the “house of their dreams.” That doesn’t mean that the house is falling down, or that this is a “sign” that they shouldn’t buy the
Real Estate teams are all the rage. Everywhere you turn real estate agents are forming a team. Before you make the move to start a team or join a team, think about how you want to run your business. The first question you need to ask is this, “Is a team right for me?” As