For now, agents need to pay attention to the information from their MLS and their Association of REALTORS, and talk to their Broker.
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These sales tools can work, but it is the broker/agent’s job to go into every template email, format and test the work.
Know your worth and understand that the percentage of broker dollars is highly impacted by the commission offered by the seller to the listing and buyer’s agent.
HouseAmp allows any brokerage to white-label the concierge service. They deliver the funding to make home repairs on properties.
Here's the zavvie stat that tells you why agents will LOVE their LOs for putting together a cash offer for their buyers: mortgage-backed buyers had to make an average of 7 bids when buying a home, compared to just 1.1 offers when using cash.
Reading the disturbing news about yet another Class Action Lawsuit facing our industry is upsetting to all of us, needless to say. For those that are losing sleep over the implications of the potential outcomes of these lawsuits to their bottom-line, I thought you might want to read a bit of reassuring news, directly from consumers.
Last week, the Broker Resource Network hosted a webinar for their members to discuss an emerging topic in real estate called Homeowners Under Management. It is a different perspective on how firms, teams, and agents approach client relationship management, and it marks a sea change in thinking that WAV Group believes is very important for the future of our industry.
Today the National Association of Realtors released its annual Technology survey of members, one of my favorite yearly research studies. With over 2,400 responses, it provides excellent insight into how tech innovations are impacting the real estate business now and in the future. Not many surprises, but this new research confirms the acceleration of tech adoption as one positive factor fueled by the pandemic. Here are some quick highlights: -eSigning rules: Looking back at the last 12 months, respondents ranked eSignatures as the most impactful tech tool (79%), with lockboxes (67%) and local MLS apps/technology (67%) tied for second place. [...]
This past week, Inside Real Estate, the developers of kvCORE released two features that are sure to have an impact on maintaining client relationships. They announced the release of CORE Home and of Sell Pages. In many ways, these two products reimagine very popular data driven applications that consumers love and demand.
One encouraging finding from the study was the high percentage of overall buyer satisfaction with the value provided by their agent. 88% of respondents thought that their agent earned the commission that they received on the home purchase. This is good news for an industry that has seen many “industry disruptors” enter the marketplace over the last several decades.
One undeniable superpower of the Keller Williams brand is training. Keller Williams GO Network has taken education of their agents to the next level. While Keller Williams is not the only company focused on training, they do happen to be revered by many, to be the leader in education and training in the real estate industry.