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The RealtyLab Zombie Test For Realtors

zombie blogZombies are not just the monster du jour. We all think zombies are dead and evil and must be destroyed. Well that may be true but maybe, just maybe, they can also teach us how to be great Realtors too.

First a few popular culture examples of how Zombies have filled our lives on the big screen. We have; The Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, The Return of the Living Dead, The Day of the…

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It’s Offer Night in the Big City

It’s Offer Night in the Big City. Are you coming?

negotiate blogMastermind at my office is always a lot of fun and as the office expands and matures the topics tend to get a bit more technical in nature. That creates a challenge for some of the newer agents whose eyes start to glaze over. So every once in a while I have to reign in the conversation and steer it back to day-to-day operational questions. Like what happens on multiple offer night.

One the…

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Eliminating the Variables. One Step Closer To Getting The Listing

Eliminating the Variables. One Step Closer To Getting The Listing via #RealtyLab

photoHave you ever walked away from a listing presentation and thought “wow, I totally nailed that one” only to find out that the owners went with someone else? It’s happened to me, oh I don’t know, a dozen times. Then it happens….the self doubt…what went wrong? What could I have done different? Don’t beat yourself up about it. As they say, practice makes perfect.

At this week’s meeting I asked the…

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