Time-Wasting Clients: How To Avoid Them As A Real Estate Professional

As a real estate agent, you might enjoy the rapport that comes with spending time with other real estate agents. However, one downside of having many friends who work in real estate is that you may find yourself comparing your successes with theirs. You may feel unhappy that you just do not seem to be closing enough deals. Part of the problem might be that you are not doing enough to weed out prospective home buyers who will never actually buy a home in the end. Read More 

Three Reasons You Should Buy A Home Before Becoming A Digital Nomad

As a digital nomad, you have the freedom to travel anywhere in the country while working at your computer. You'll be living out of rented rooms and sublets, traveling to new cities as you please. Since you'll be living on the road, it may seem counterintuitive to purchase your own house before you set off on your nomadic adventure. However, there are a few reasons why buying a house before you become a digital nomad is a smart decision. Read More 

Three Questions About Property Management Companies Answered

Owning a rental property can be an excellent way of earning an additional income. However, it is a fact that owning these properties can involve a substantial amount of work. Fortunately, you can enjoy the benefits of owning a rental property without having to significantly add to your already busy schedule by hiring a property management firm. For those that are inexperienced with these firms, it may be beneficial for the following few questions and concerns to be addressed. Read More 

How Can A Real Estate Agent Save You Money When You Buy A Home?

If you are a first-time home buyer and in the market to purchase a home as soon as possible, then you may try to go through the buying process alone to save yourself some money. However, this may be a mistake and might actually cost you more in the long run. If you are worried about your finances and costs associated with a new home purchase, then keep reading to understand why a real estate agent makes sense financially. Read More 

Real Estate - Home Selling 101: The Anatomy Of The Neighbor Letter

One of the lesser-known, yet nevertheless powerful, tools for selling a home is the neighbor letter. This letter lets your neighbors know that your home is for sale, and it alerts them to ways that they can get involved. It also let them know why they should. After all, they would benefit from having their own friends and family members as neighbors. Here are the essential parts you need to include in your neighbor letter. Read More