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There is no doubt about it – being a real estate agent is a busy job. And with your life outside of work also in need of consideration, it can be difficult to find a balance between simply doing your role well, and undertaking the education needed to be able to perform at a superior level.
There is also no denying that real estate is a highly competitive, fast paced industry. The modern real estate agent needs to devote a great deal of time to building networks and customer...Read complete post
To put it simply, memory is the mental activity of remembering information that you have experienced or learned. With the need to remember a vast amount of finer details, such as those regarding properties and clients, as part of your job description, being a real estate agent challenges you to strengthen your memory.
We all know that the buying or selling of a home can be both a sensitive and exciting period in a person’s life. As a real estate agent, it is often the case that...Read complete post
For many real estate agents, online tablets, such as the Apple iPad, have come to be seen as an incredibly useful device for the property industry.
As a CENTURY 21 real estate agent, the opportunities to use an online tablet are endless. For example, having a product like an iPad at open inspections, auctions or even at team meetings can allow you to take advantage of user friendly technology, potentially helping you to do your job more effectively.
The apps which are...Read complete post
There is no doubt that there is an art to becoming an outstanding real estate agent. To do so certainly takes more than simply having a working knowledge of the relevant industry laws and regulations.
The US organisation, the National Association of Realtors estimates that 40 per cent to 80 per cent of real estate agents leave the profession in their first year. If this attrition rate is anything to go by, it is clear that there is much more to being a proficient real estate...Read complete post