Agents and brokerages had to adapt rapidly to keep deals flowing and pipelines of leads full during the shutdown precipitated by the coronavirus pandemic. As Chicagoland begins to open up again, real estate professionals will need to look carefully at what they do and do not need to retain for the long haul. What will stick, and what will fade away? Read more from the issue here.
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