Once an agent has built up an arsenal of information, it’s up to the agent to employ it. It’s not a matter of what to say (no client will thank an agent for withholding information), as learning how to say it. Some information may be good news, other details are somewhat neutral, and others very [...]Read More →
Understanding the value of an arsenal of information is one thing, building one is another! Some agents start out ahead: people who live in or have grown up in an area already know a lot about it, but anyone can build an arsenal or information. Here’s how: Research Use every search and research program available [...]Read More →
House hunters can be widely different: some ask thousands of questions, others don’t ask or don’t know what to ask. Agents are often called upon to be fonts of information or else mind readers in order to help their clients. Here are some tips for dealing with tough questions: Some of the hardest questions for [...]Read More →
By Marianne Guenther Bornhoft
1982 was a year like no other. It created the Y generation. What’s so special about this group of people? A lot. Its members aren’t afraid to tell you why.
The name Generation Y first appeared in an August 1993 Ad Age editorial to describe people born 1982-2001 to Baby Boomers and early Generation Xers. Neil Howe and William Strauss ...Read More →
By Melissa Krchnak
Sounds silly and yet I’m serious. Have you Googled your listing yet? I bet the person who wants to ...Read More →
By Stefanie Hahn
I hope that your SocialBios is the last About Me page you will have to complete now that REALTOR.com and SocialBios have fully launched the Hyper-Social(TM) Agent Profile Pages and Hyper-Social(TM) Agent Recommendations. Presented at the Young Professional Network Sub-Committee Midyear meeting yesterday in Washington, D.C., you must understand that this is no ordinary About Me page. Your SocialBios page ...Read More →
There seems to be an app for just about everything these days.
With Cardio Trainer I can track how many miles I walk or run, calories burned, miles per hour and distance.
ColorNote is a digital Post-It app I use to keep track of my things to do.
doubleTwist converts my iTunes library to my Android phone ...Read More →