“As much as I like to dive into the cocktails at real estate events and swim my way out the next morning, I do still believe in being the most professional agent that I can be.”
“When you’re a fancy important broker who has been in the business somewhere between 20 and 100 years, you pay other people to deal with things like technology or how to get techno music to come out of your new speakers that you can’t figure out. But for people who can’t farm out the techno, this issue is for you.”
“Another thing that helps me pretend the world is not topsy-turvy is the fact that real estate peeps keep getting new jobs and brokerages keep opening up new offices.”
“The cover story will tell you all about how to handle our “new normal,” and I’m not talking about the show with NeNe Leakes.”
“You guys are out there busting your buns to help clients invest in real estate, but have you thought about giving it a spin yo’self?”
The master bedroom debate rages, virtual events abound
Welcome to Phase IV, everyone. We made it. But that’s not the only thing to celebrate. We’ve also got the Fourth of July, and this entire issue about why it’s awesome to be a real estate broker in the
In the cover story, you’ll find all the things that you’ll need for your business to run smoothly right now. But I’d like to go ahead and share my personal coronavirus checklist with my loyal readers.
First-time homebuyers are always a little bit on the nutso side, but can you imagine buying your first home during a moment of social unrest wrapped in a global pandemic?
“We don’t have to be the enemy of the people just because it’s getting more and more expensive to buy a home in the city.”