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5 Tax Tips for North Carolina Real Estate Brokers

Whether you do your taxes yourself using an online service such as TurboTax, or if you have a CPA to do them for you, here are some tips specifically for real estate brokers to keep in mind. Important tax tips for North Carolina real…

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10 Steps to Growing Your Referral Network Organically

Lead generation makes up a huge part of each day for most North Carolina real estate brokers. Many swear by cold calling or door knocking or spend money on paid advertising to ensure a steady flow of new clients. However, these cold leads take more…

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How to Build a Real Estate Concierge-Level Vendor List

Are you looking to take your North Carolina real estate business to the next level? Wowing your clients with concierge-level service can mean the difference between a good broker an outstanding broker. Providing clients with a go-to person who can get them whatever they…

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7 Steps For Winning New Real Estate Listings

Many real estate sellers and buyers out there believe that all real estate brokers are created equal. They may think one is no better than the other, and that all brokers have the same knowledge and skills. Of course, that couldn’t be further from…

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The Cost of Bad Customer Service

Just as dark is the absence of light, bad customer service in real estate is the lack of something extra. Real estate brokers seldom commit blatant errors in their customer service delivery. Rather, their mistakes are of omission: neglecting to provide the little extras,…

3 Money Management Tips for New Real Estate Brokers

Money management is an important skill for budgeting and to keep afloat in this commission-driven profession—especially during the initial phase of launching your real estate business. As a new North Carolina real estate broker, you must deal with the unpredictability of when and how…