Do you sign your buyer clients to buyer broker agreements?

Photo by diylibrarian A few weeks ago, I attended a required continuing education class. Oh what fun!!! The class was on agency relationships. The instructor asked "By a show of hands, who here signs their buyer clients to buyer broker agreements?" I couldn’t believe it. I was the only one with my hand up. I…

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What Can Real Estate Agents Learn from Mixed Martial Arts???

You might be asking yourself, how can a real estate agent learn anything from mixed martial arts??? And no, I’m not suggesting you put a choke hold on one of your irritating clients. Yes, I know the thought has probably crossed your mind! Before you read the remainder of my post, watch the following video.…

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A New FREE Resoure for Real Estate Agents

I recently came across a great new free on-line resource that I absolutely love. I’m so happy with it that I thought I would share it with everyone in my blog. Over the last few years, I have struggled managing my schedule. This is because I have so many different things going on at the…

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An REO Broker’s Perspective on Bank Owned Homes

I received the following email from my friend Frank Patrick regarding the previous post on my blog. You might want to read this post before going further here. Here is the email I received from Frank: I visited the blog and read your post.  It’s amazing to me that someone thinks that I am “taking…

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“I suggest you consider getting a real job, where you go to work and earn a paycheck”

In my previous post, titled "How Real Estate Agents Can List and Sell Bank Owned Homes by the Boatload," I wrote about re-positioning your business to become the agent of choice for bank owned and foreclosed properties. After this post, I received the following email: "Please be advised that people and companies like yours are…

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