Leadership Team's Blog – December 2011 Archive (4)

Close Transactions in 12 Days or Less!

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:

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Added by Leadership Team on December 17, 2011 at 11:19am — No Comments

Are You Serious About Success?

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…

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Added by Leadership Team on December 9, 2011 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Be Proactive When Networking

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…

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Added by Leadership Team on December 2, 2011 at 10:54pm — No Comments

We Need to Expedite Our Recovery

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…

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Added by Leadership Team on December 2, 2011 at 8:25am — No Comments

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