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How to Not be Afraid of Cold Calling

Cold calling is tough, generally unenjoyable, and, if we are being honest, pretty scary. This is especially true for people who don’t enjoy selling on the phone, but even true for good sales people who spend a lot...

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Lab Coat Agents, Nick Baldwin, Tristan Ahumada, labcoatagents.com, Real Estate, Agentology, DIY, Raymon Lacy

— by Raymon Lacy

Pitfalls of the Price Estimator

Too much of anything can be a bad thing (unless we’re talking about cookies, because clearly there is never a downside to a mouthful of deliciousness). As the ease and accessibility of the internet has given way t...

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  • There’s no question that agents have to put a lot of effort into their listings if they want to get meaningful responses. Writing a good listing with attractive photos, therefore, is something that takes a lot of trial and error, but should definitely be perfected over time. While there are tips you can follow to help you create good listings – using certain language, style, and editing your photos – you have to ask yourself at what point are you breaking the line between authenticity and exaggeration? 👉🏼Click on our bio to read more! 👩‍💻😊👨‍💻
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  • Before the start of the new year, it’s important for real estate agents to reflect on what has happened the previous year, and what’s likely to happen in the upcoming year. But, a lot can happen in twelve months, and sometimes, it’s much easier and clear to look at trends in the housing market on a quarterly basis, or every six months, as opposed to a year. 
Now that we are halfway through 2019, it’s a good idea to take a look at what’s going on. 👉🏼Click on our bio to read more! 👩‍💻😊👨‍💻
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  • You have a buyer that’s interested in working with you in order to find their new home, and they want to do a cash-only deal. Perhaps they are investors, flippers, or even first-time buyers. When you ask them for proof of funds so that you can get started on the process, they send you a picture showing stacks of cash. Technically, that would be proof, but, does it suffice?

The short answer is, no.

Most experienced real estate agents have seen something like this at least once in their career. But, if it’s the first time it’s happened to you or you want to be prepared when it does happen, here’s what you can do. 👉🏼Click on our bio to read more!
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