Improving Your Business
Stories, articles and advice aimed at improving your business
Every real estate professional can benefit from a regular re-evaluation of their business goals to understand how they align with their personal sense of worth. The balance of maintaining business health and personal happiness require an extraordinary amount of diligence.
In real estate, networking can be the catalyst to getting more involved in the community, building lasting relationships and hopefully increasing your referrals. Learn how to capitalize on events to move your business forward.
Many agents and brokers are already using predictive analytics to determine homebuyer patterns and behaviors, and the trend lines point to more adoption of this technology as it matures.
Though @properties is one of very few independent shops that develops technology in-house, co-founder Thad Wong said they didn’t initially set out with any particular focus on technology.
Learn how one Dream Town agent rolled up his sleeves and got to work employing his limited programming skills to create a site for his business that uses a custom-built search function.
Keeping up with the latest tools requires not just deciding to use technology, but ensuring everyone on the team is able to take full advantage of it.
Our tech survey reveals many readers believe real estate pros are best at predicting who is going to move in a given neighborhood. Also: what agents want in a tech partner, the big data companies they're using and more.
There are a few technologies that are poised to make significant leaps in the next year or so. How will they affect how you do business?
Many of the challenges a managing broker faces can be met head-on by recruiting the best talent available. But recruiting agents isn’t always about finding those with the best sales numbers or those who bring in the most money.
Agents share the best advice they've received from leaders at their companies.