Heretic appraisal pricing: Better real estate valuation

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I believe that the appraisal theory that most of you have learned in school is so outdated that it has very little relevance to 2021.

Behind the office door with Calgary’s Tanya Eklund

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Here’s the truth behind the doors of the real estate business from Tanya Eklund of the Tanya Eklund Group at Re/Max Real Estate Central in Calgary.

Realtor safety: When a stranger calls

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Our interactions with real estate professionals have taught us something about predatorial behaviour and targeting within our industry. The next time a stranger calls, take a few extra minutes and really talk to them – and actually listen to what they have to say. 

How to generate leads: Tips for new real estate agents

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It all starts with using social media to make yourself known in your community. In the video I’ll outline several ways you can use your social media to get leads.

How to win a bidding war

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If you represent buyers and don’t have a strategy to win these multiple offers, you are working hard and making no money. Let’s try to change that.
The House of Seven Gables on Himes Island is a 1903 manor near the Lost Channel.

Marketing a $12.9-million Thousand Islands treasure

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Randy Beck of Re/Max Finest Realty in Kingston, Ont., says there are no tire kickers allowed at this unique offering: the largest house in the Thousand Islands.

Close 10 deals in Q1 with 6 simple action steps

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These straight-forward strategies can be implemented immediately into your daily disciplines to give you the momentum you need to accomplish your goals. Let’s put your plan in place, together.

The best time of day to make cold calls

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Many proponents of cold calling swear by the time of day calls should be made for ultimate results. While this may be true, is it always the case? Here are three strategies for making awesome cold calls.

How to handle a listing with multiple offers

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We are trying to make this industry a better place, but with all the multiple offer situations going on right now, it’s not good for anyone involved.

How to plan when the plan keeps changing

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While it was a tough year, 2020 was also an incredible lesson in how to plan when nothing is set in stone. Adaptability is the name of the game.