7 Surefire Tips to Help You Take Better Photos

By: Erin Vaughan It’s no secret that homebuyers are doing more of their initial home search online. According to the National Association of Realtors, 90 percent go online for at least part of their search. That means it’s more important than ever for a listing to present a manicured and welcoming...

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Trump’s Tax Plan: So Much for Brokers to Watch

Read the full article here. By Andrew King Brokers have been busy parsing the statement of principles issued April 26 by U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announcing “a massive tax cut for businesses and massive tax reform and simplification.” Brokers and real estate professionals...

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One Brokerage’s Solution to Agent Tech Adoption

  How one Florida brokerage achieved a high agent adoption of tech tools. By Paul Salley, manager of marketing strategy and business development It’s no secret that one of the buzz phrases in our industry is agent adoption. The reason this phrase gets so much interest is that it addresses a...

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Observations from Organizational Expert Jim Collins

What makes organizations vulnerable to decline? By Steve Murray, publisher Organizational and leadership expert Jim Collins, author of “Good to Great,” shared some of his findings with over 340 guests at the 2017 30th anniversary of REAL Trends Gathering of Eagles. His study of organizations and...

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Your Value Proposition: Breaking it Down for Easy Implementation

What does your brokerage do best? It’s simple to figure out. By David Siroty There are two buzzwords that are causing concern in the broker/owner community—value proposition. The real estate industry remains in a continued and obvious state of flux with new models and technology creating daily...

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A Proposal for Useful Information

By David B. Colmar, Colmar & Associates At the recent 30th Annual Gathering of Eagles in Denver, there were various presentations about disrupters to the real estate industry, including the 100 percent concept of the 1970s, the aggregation of brands that started in the ‘90s and the Trulias and...

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How to Be a Courageous Leader

Think beyond yourself and fear will disappear. By Larry Kendall, author of Ninja Selling and chairman of The Group, Inc. Jim Collins, in his book “Good to Great,” says, to build a great company (or office) we need disciplined thought and disciplined action. Why is it that so many leaders know what...

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