As the city endures a tense summer, brokers share their thoughts about whether or not there will be an urban exodus, and what officials and the industry can do to solve issues underlying recent civil unrest.
Brokers who sell new residential construction have always had to stay up to date on the latest products. But experts say the pressure is only going to become more intense as efforts to combat the novel coronavirus spawn new innovations.
It’s comforting to hang out in the shallow end of the pool during uncertain times, but that’s not where the future top producers are. Here are some ideas to move your business forward.
Whether it’s explaining how real estate transactions work under a disaster proclamation or just being a good listener, Chicagoland brokers are finding communication to be the key to keeping their business running.
RE/MAX’s weekly motivational messages offer guidance for agents to keep moving forward during COVID-19 pandemic and preparing for what comes once it’s over.
Agents can move the ball forward with these tips on what to tell clients in unprecedented times.
Being proactive and finding ways to connect renters with assistance can help property owners and managers stand out as leaders in troubled times.
Whether business is crazy busy or super slow, there are ways to react to the pressures caused by the coronavirus pandemic that will create positive waves for your business today and tomorrow.
There will always be buyers and sellers who want to penny pinch, but there will also always be buyers and sellers who will gladly pay for an excellent, stress-free experience. You just need to create a relationship that represents a brand your clients can count on regardless of price point.
A new survey conducted by Coldwell Banker highlights the similarities in homebuying behaviors between Gen Y and older groups.