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Saying ‘You’re Fired’ to Problem Clients
By Alex Camelio, CEO - Posted on
Why You Should Fire a Problem Client
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We’ve all had that one problem client. You know the one. The transaction that was nothing but frustration and took up WAY too much of your time, leaving you thinking… “they couldn’t pay me enough to do that again!” Along with the annoyance, something you might not have even considered is how much a challenging client can cost your business both in the short and …
AFTER Transaction Follow-Up (Part 3 of 3)
By Alanna Mejia, Content Director - Posted on
After Transaction Follow Up for Realtors
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After your awesome work getting out your pre-listing package, and impressed by your stellar listing presentation, your potential clients became your actual clients and you made the sale. Success! But wait, you’re not done…there’s still something left (hint: you have to stay in contact). I once bought a house with the help of a very nice Realtor, who was communicative during the process and generally …
A Stand-Out Listing Presentation (Part 2 of 3)
By Alanna Mejia, Content Director - Posted on
Listing Presentation for Realtors
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Step Two So, you sent your pre-listing package to your prospective client already, right? (Here’s more about that) And now you’re ready to meet with the client and SHOW, not tell, why you’re the real estate agent with the stand-out skills they want from an agent in their corner. How do you set yourself apart? Do some research Before you meet with your potential buyer …
Top 5 Ethical Real Estate Considerations That Apply to Life, Too
By Alex Camelio, CEO - Posted on
ethical real estate considerations
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Here at AIC, we’ve often talked about how your goal is to be the “known, liked, and trusted” figure and friend in your clients’ eyes. Establishing that trusted relationship means that people can turn to you for good advice, professional knowledge, and even just a friendly face. While it’s important that you maintain an ethical standing in all parts of your life, it’s especially important …
Real Estate Teams: A Solution to the ‘Summer Slump’
By Anthony Mann, Contributor - Posted on
Real Estate Teams - The Solution to the Summer Slump
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Summertime is an interesting time for real estate. Many agents refer to the time directly before the summer start as the “selling season” and year over year, this time of year tends to be one of the most profitable for those agents who fully embrace spring and watch their summer numbers fall off slightly. Is there really a selling season? Well, yes and no. Do …
The Most Valuable Sales Secret You’ll Ever Learn
By Craig Forte, Founder - Posted on
Benefits - Sales Secrets for Realtors
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Here’s a piece of valuable business wisdom: Regardless of what they say or what you think, people act primarily for their own self-serving reasons. It’s all about the BENEFITS. That sounds like a shocking admission of a self-absorbent society, doesn’t it? Many who hear it snap back in disagreement, citing many examples of altruistic deeds. But for 99.9% of all humans walking the earth – …
Leads, Leads, Leads: 11 Strategies to Grow Your Email List (Part 1 of 2)
By Alex Camelio, CEO - Posted on
Generate email Leads - Part 1 Free and Inexpensive
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If you’re in the Real Estate world, you’ve probably heard people talking about the importance of generating leads. Right? “You need leads!” – “Get more leads!” – “Leads are critical to your business!” Today, we’ll be covering some of the best strategies you can use to generate leads for FREE, or inexpensively. (Make sure to check in NEXT week for Part 2- Big Bang ways, …
Do You Have The Attributes To Be A Legendary Leader?
By Don Hutson, - Posted on
The 6 skills of a legendary leader
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The 6 Skills of Legendary Leaders… The debate continues.  Are strong leaders born or made? My belief is that, while some talents are inherent, impressive leadership abilities are most often displayed by those who have learned the skills and values needed to excel in today’s arena. I’m convinced that these qualities are teachable and learnable, and that the six attributes discussed below have been consciously adopted by …