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6 Steps to Getting New Real Estate Clients

As a new broker, you can’t just count on referrals, word-of-mouth, and marketing and promotional efforts. In order to get your real estate business rolling you’ll need fresh real estate prospecting ideas, as well as a solid prospecting plan. Use the following steps to…

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5 Reasons Veterans Make Great Real Estate Brokers

Are you a North Carolina veteran transitioning to the private sector? Many veterans find that the valuable skills they picked up during their training don’t always get recognized in the job market, or simply don’t help when it comes to finding suitable careers for…

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5 Tips for Real Estate Brokers to Keep Busy During the Winter

Real estate sales may be slow during the colder months in North Carolina. But that doesn’t mean your real estate business can hibernate, too. Slow periods can provide you with significant opportunities to improve your marketability, expand your client base, and grow as a…

How to Land Your First North Carolina Real Estate Listing

Getting started in real estate is no easy task, and many new North Carolina real estate brokers simply aren’t prepared for the hard work that goes into creating a successful career. Building a solid real estate business takes hard work and commitment, particularly when…

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Free Webinar: How to Break Into the Real Estate Business

On September 10th, we’re teaming up with RISMedia to bring you a special webinar, hosted by former president of the Real Estate Educators Association (REEA) Tina Lapp to answer your questions about how to get started in real estate. Join us for this FREE…

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What Clients Want From Their Real Estate Broker

Real estate is a wealth-generating industry. Almost every multi-millionaire in the country will say that a good portion of their fortune has been made in the real estate industry. Many will say that having a real estate license was instrumental to their financial success. They will…

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How to “Break Up” With a Difficult Client

As a real estate broker, you spend a great deal of time soliciting to build your roster. The goal is generally to garner clients that will give you repeat business—and good word of mouth. As such, the thought of ending a client relationship may…

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How to Avoid Broker Burnout

Ever catch yourself feeling like you just can’t find the motivation to complete the work you need to as a North Carolina broker? Feel like you’re caught in a perpetual state of “the Mondays” where even basic tasks like prospecting clients, replying to emails…