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Have you ever wondered what it was like to be a real estate agent in the ’80s or earlier? If you weren’t even born then, you wouldn’t be able to imagine it.
What I do know is that we need to minimize the disruption to our personal business. So here is what I suggest: Work on yourself first. Mentally and physically. Be prepared for when this ends.
If you prefer to work from home or any other place rather than your brokerage’s office, that’s your choice. But those who commit to the office culture will prosper in many positive ways.
Selling a home in which the clients are going through a divorce is one of the most stressful and difficult situations in the real estate business.
As Realtors, we represent a company. Yes, we are independent contractors, but so what? We are people who need to network together and help each other.
If your client purchased a home in the GTA during the frenzied early months of 2017 and had not sold their home in advance, why did you wait to list their house?
Have you heard that “nothing lasts forever?” I’m sure you have. Have you thought about that at all in relation to the current real estate market in Southern Ontario? It will happen, just be prepared.
Are you expecting to have loyal clients in the real estate sales world? You will need to put in a lot of years to get a few. I tell you this because in this business, you can’t rely on anyone.
Dues are basically hard work. I mean really hard work! Getting out there and “pounding the pavement” work. Along with this is learning, failing, succeeding, being humbled, feeling despair and experiencing letdowns.
We all understand that the residential part of the real estate business can create some very close relationships, but how close is too close?
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