The real estate industry has taken a huge hit in the past few years. Many of us have seen our revenues drop significantly while our costs have stayed the same or even increased. Real estate sales have always fluctuated with the economy, but most of us have never seen anything like this. When times get tough, it is important to re-evaluate how we operate.
MyLionra was created to allow our members to network with other professionals and generate more business. Our members can network to…Continue
Added by Leadership Team on March 4, 2012 at 10:05am — No Comments
Is your new year starting off the way you planned? Are your marketing efforts paying off for your business? Are you on pace to achieve your goals? It is never to early to evaluate where your business is heading. For most of us, our marketing efforts began months ago to ensure a great start to 2012.
If you have any success stories, please share them with us. We can all celebrate the small successes together and stay motivated throughout the year?
It is important that we all…Continue
Added by Leadership Team on January 10, 2012 at 6:51am — No Comments
I want to share some tips with our real estate members. I will periodically share some of the strategies that I have used to launch my own real estate career. This week, I want to share some tips on speeding up your closings. We all know that Time Kills Deals, and since we don't get paid until closing, we need our deals to close fast. If your average closing time is greater than 15 days, here are some useful tips:
Added by Leadership Team on December 17, 2011 at 11:19am — No Comments
Are you serious about your success? Are you interested in becoming the number one professional in your market, state, region, or even the entire country? I have worked with many of the top real estate professionals in the United States. I take a very disciplined approach to sales. One of my previous employers is in the Re/Max Hall of Fame. Achieving that level of success is not easy, in fact, it took a tremendous amount of work.
Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing some very…Continue
Added by Leadership Team on December 9, 2011 at 9:00pm — No Comments
In order to be successful when networking, you must be proactive not reactive. Being proactive means seeking out new contacts and updating your profile frequently. You should also share your personal experiences through blogs or other posts. Send messages to your contacts every few days and build a relationship. If all you do is approve friend requests when you…Continue
Added by Leadership Team on December 2, 2011 at 10:54pm — No Comments
The real estate market is recovering slowly nationwide, with pockets seeing actual appreciation. While I am very optimistic about the next few years, I would like to see a few things happen to expedite the recovery. First, banks need to clear all foreclosure inventory, including speeding up the process on pending foreclosures. Values may drop a little briefly, but in the long run, our recovery will be much faster. Second, banks need to modify those loans that can be saved. Interest rates are…Continue
Added by Leadership Team on December 2, 2011 at 8:25am — No Comments
Hello everyone. As you can see, we have changed the platform for MyLionra. The decision to change was not made lightly. After comparing the features available for our members and the possibilities with the the new platform, the choice was made in the best interest of our company, our current members,and our future members. Please check back frequently for new content and updates. As always, please remember to share MyLionra with your friends and colleagues.
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Added by Leadership Team on November 28, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
Your personal success in Real Estate sales cannot be measured only by your gross commission income. I like to think that if you are doing what you love, you aren't working at all. Of course, top professionals can earn millions of dollars every year selling real estate. That kind of earning potential draws a crowd into the business. Having worked with some of the highest producers in the industry, I can tell you that the million dollar GCI agents work harder than you can imagine. Literally…Continue
Added by Leadership Team on November 25, 2011 at 9:37am — No Comments
We've all heard that the reason for the market collapse was that lenders were offering high LTV loans that put risky buyers into homes, and they eventually foreclosed. In truth, that is not what happened at all. Higher LTV loans allow all credit-worthy individuals to participate in wealth creation. Real estate has created more wealth than anything else has in the history of this great country of ours. What killed the market was GREED, plain and simple. Individuals were able to purchase two,…Continue
Added by Leadership Team on November 25, 2011 at 9:33am — No Comments