If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that real estate is a people business. Long lasting relationships are the core of any good real estate agent’s business. According to The National Associate on Realtors® 2014 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers report, over 40% of buyers found their agent through a referral and 12% used an agent they had used before to buy or sell a home. Which, when you add the numbers up, means more than half of all real estate transactions last year were referral based.
With the New Year just around the corner, it’s hard to believe that it’s almost time for Family Reunion 2015! Each year, thousands of Keller Williams agents and associates flock to a different location to mingle, learn and celebrate with their Keller Williams family. This year, the event will be held in Orlando, Florida on February 7th-11th and promises to be bigger than ever.
We have all been there. That quick vibration that sounds like an earthquake on our nightstand and startles us from our beauty sleep. Who is texting you before the birds are even awake? It’s your newest potential buyer, the early bird, and he’s looking for a response.
It’s hard to believe that there are only two months left of the year 2014. As another year comes to a close, many Americans are looking for ways to change their course for the year 2015. And while the unemployment rate is slowly declining, there are still nine million Americans who are unemployed or are in-between careers. Find out how Keller Williams may be the key to your financial future
As a real estate agent, you know how to sell the heck out of a house. You've been doing it for years. But there's a new generation of Americans getting ready to buy homes: millennials. This is the first generation that came of age in the new millennium, so you had better believe this younger demographic is more connected and tech savvy than any group before them. So what's the best way to tap into this up-and-coming group of homebuyers? Here are a few tips to help you connect to millennials