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Selling Commercial vs Residential Real Estate: What are the Differences?

General Real Estate

Tony Gilbert Realtor® ABR®, The RealFX Group – Washington   When it comes to selling real estate of any kind, there are many universal truths that agents can adhere to. These truths include the old adage of location, location, location, along with the value of politeness, manners, efficiency, and professionalism. Anyone who’s buying a piece… Read more

Innovative Ways Agents Are Finding New Listings

General Real Estate

Nate Hoelzen President, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business    New listings are the lifeblood of a real estate agent who’s looking to thrive. But how do you know where to look? Sure, there are the obvious, well-trodden strategies that have worked for many in the past. Cold calling, knocking on doors, and asking… Read more

Will Blockchain Uplevel the Real Estate Market?

General Real Estate, Technology/ Social Media

Sarah Kirsch Richardson Tru Realty   Love it or hate it, blockchain is starting to affect nearly every industry. And while most associate blockchain with bitcoin or cryptocurrency, it really refers to cryptocurrency’s underlying technology –– and that technology holds a tremendous amount of promise for a range of industries and uses, including real estate…. Read more

6 Pro Tips for Giving Your Luxury Client a Luxury Experience

General Real Estate

Cindi Acker-Hein for Hondros Education Group Entire sites, publications, Pinterest boards, Instagram feeds, and reality shows are devoted to luxury homes. The überwealthy collect them, and even average buyers dream of them. Obviously, we all know there’s something special about the luxury real estate market. But what about the luxury buyer and seller? Is marketing… Read more

What Is a Luxury Home?

General Real Estate

Nate Hoelzen President, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business    On its surface, luxury real estate as a concept seems specific to the consumer, varying from each individual. For many, it depends on how you look at the property itself and the word luxury. The definition of a luxury home also varies across different… Read more

New Report Demonstrates Robust Competition in Real Estate Brokerage Market

General Real Estate

Melanie Wyne Senior Technology Policy Representative, National Association of REALTORS   Later this year, a 10-year-old settlement and consent decree between the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) mandating how listings are displayed by online brokerages will expire. On June 5, 2018, NAR had the opportunity to demonstrate the… Read more

Maintaining Your Value as a Real Estate Agent in the Digital Age

General Real Estate

Jeff Sibbach Team Leader, Sibbach Team, RealtyOneGroup   Real estate agents are under immense pressure today from outside forces. Unlike the industry most of us came up in, the important early buying period is largely out of our control: aggregators and iBuyers are influencing potential buyers well before we become involved. And because we’re not… Read more

Economic Forecast: Expectations High, but Less Long-Term Optimism

General Real Estate

Liz Dominguez Associate Content Editor RISMedia, Inc., Real Estate Magazine   The latest Urban Land Institute (ULI) Real Estate Economic Forecast predicts modest fluctuations across the board for 27 economic/real estate indicators. The three-year forecast is completed semi-annually, surveying more than 48 economists and analysts at 36 real estate organizations. A leading concern? Rising interest… Read more

Millennials in Tech Are Boosting Arizona Real Estate

General Real Estate

Steve Zylstra President and CEO, Arizona Technology Council   The rise of millennial talent in Arizona has greatly influenced the startup economy, the corporate environment, and the real estate industry. Although millennials tend to be victims of accusations of laziness and being thin-skinned, those in Arizona’s technology space are making a big impact. They are… Read more

Millennials as Coachees (and Also Coaches) in Real Estate

General Real Estate

Shelly Stotzer Career and Executive Coach, Crosworks   As a career and executive coach, I work with clients from 18 to 72 years old, including millennials from all types of industries. I’m often asked questions such as, “Do you find millennials coachable? Aren’t they lazy? Entitled?” Yes, they are coachable. They are far from lazy…. Read more

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