Improving Your Business

Stories, articles and advice aimed at improving your business

Vol. 4, Issue 24, Improving Your Business: Back In The Market

Back in the Market By Barry Paoli Despite our current situation, I still predict that motivated buyers will spark the real estate market and speed the needed upturn. In order to help with this process, we need to give

Vol. 4, Iss. 14, Improving Your Business: Energy Efficiency in the Home

By Don Shea A home’s energy efficiency is becoming an important factor in today’s home sales. Heightened energy costs are changing the affordability of a house, and buyers are noticing. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the typical

Energy Efficiency in the Home

By Don Shea A home’s energy efficiency is becoming an important factor in today’s home sales. Heightened energy costs are changing the affordability of a house, and buyers are noticing. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the typical

Vol. 4, Iss. 13, Improving Your Business: Don’t Be a Victim

Infamous fraudster Frank Abagnale advises on how to avoid falling victim to financial crime All too often, real estate professionals are the victims of identity theft, check fraud and other kinds of financial crime, which are too easy to

Vol. 4, Iss. 13, Improving Your Business: Exceeding Expectations

By Dirk Zeller As a real estate agent, your success depends on the quality and durability of the relationships you build with your clients. The one and only way to build solid, enduring relationships is to deliver excellent, unrivaled

Exceeding Expectations

By Dirk Zeller As a real estate agent, your success depends on the quality and durability of the relationships you build with your clients. The one and only way to build solid, enduring relationships is to deliver excellent, unrivaled

Don’t Be a Victim

Infamous fraudster Frank Abagnale advises on how to avoid falling victim to financial crime All too often, real estate professionals are the victims of identity theft, check fraud and other kinds of financial crime, which are too easy to

Educating Buyers on Hotel Condos

By Cyndy Salgado Whether you have clients looking for a second home in the city for vacation purposes or as a part-time residence for work, they have probably inquired about buying a hotel condo. While the hotel condo concept

Vol. 4, Iss. 11, Improving Your Business: Develop Your Pricing Philosophy

By Dirk Zeller Ask a dozen agents to explain their home pricing philosophies, and you’ll hear a dozen different approaches. And, if the talk reveals frank responses, you’ll also learn that the most common pricing strategy is no strategy

Vol. 4, Iss. 8, Improving Your Business: Help Consumers Avoid Predatory Loans

By Blanche Evans In February 2007, Pat V. Combs, president of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs that abusive and predatory lending practices put communities at risk

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