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6 marketing trends real estate agents need to pay attention to in 2018

6 marketing trends real estate agents need to pay attention to in 2018

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Top producers watch for marketing trends — and hop on them. In this post, learn what’s trending among successful real estate agents and how you can implement these strategies in your own marketing.

3 ways to keep clients happy throughout the transaction

3 ways to keep clients happy throughout the transaction

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Keeping your clients’ spirits up during the sometimes difficult process of selling or buying a home can be tough. To help you, here are a few tried-and-true practices to add to your routine.

5 ways to take advantage of fall and make your yearly goals

5 ways to take advantage of fall and make your yearly goals

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With Labor Day and fall selling season almost upon us, this is your last chance to make the production goals that you set at the beginning of the year. If you’re ready to end 2018 on a high note, here’s how to do it.

Don’t wait for another downturn: recession-proof your business today

Don’t wait for another downturn: recession-proof your business today

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At our recent Success Summit, I spoke to 6,000 agents about the impending market shift coming to our industry. No one is forecasting a devastating, 2007-2009-type recession, but make no mistake: we’re due for a downturn.