humor in real estate

In a serious world, humor does a great deal to defuse tense situations and lighten conversations with people we have just met, as demonstrated by countless common phrases referring to it. Laughter is the best medicine, we are often told.  A poem by Ella Wheeler Wilcox begins, “Laugh and the world laughs with you; weep…

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real estate year end planning

A couple of months ago, we addressed the need for solid year end planning. With November here and the holidays around the corner, we take another look at how you plan to finish the year strongly. Real estate is a cyclical business and traditionally, this time of year is a high point for retail sales…

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real estate client expectations

Real Estate Client Expectations Management As with balancing any other type of personal relationship, real estate agents know that managing client expectations is critical to long-term success. Sellers may expect you to turn their property overnight at an unreasonably high sales price; buyers may think you can find them a home on Day One that…

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To be able to adapt is to recognize that the only thing we can count on in life is change. Markets change and the economy changes. Our colleagues change firms, technology evolves and of course, clients can – and do – change their minds. We often have little to no control over these changes, but…

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