July 2016 archive

Wellness: One Step at a Time

Running for Health
Keller Williams associate Eddie Robbins of Atlanta, Ga. made a lifestyle change in 2009 that has defined him for the better. Robbins weighed more than 300 pounds for most of his adult life, but one day he realized he had…

How to Improve Workplace Concentration

Learn to Focus
A limited attention span, restlessness and distractibility are all signs that you are not being your most effective at work. But the good news is that there is something you can do about it.  These following do-it-yours…

Carving Out a Niche Focused Business

Green Living

Dan Wisdom of the Denver Central (Colo.) market center has a passion for the environment that dates all the way back to his childhood. Read how his passion became his business and what tips he has for increasing production and customer satisfaction.

“As a kid, I would go around my neighborhood and collect newspapers and cans in my wagon and take them to the recycling center,” Wisdom recalls.

Website Hosting for Realtors and Real Estate

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Splash into Cleaner Water

Water Quality  for the Home

From appliances to paint colors to even water quality enhancements, your clients have a lot of decisions to make when they purchase their home. In particular, having clean, clear and safe running water is very important. And, thanks to advances in technology, determining what is in a home’s water and applying an appropriate filtration is easy. This article will help you inform your clients about those home water quality options.

When to Turn Your Phone Off and Your Manners On

Cell Phone Etiquette

In 2002, July was designated as National Cell Phone Courtesy Month in an effort to make cell phone users more respectful while using their phones. Because cell phones have made us accustomed to being conveniently and constantly available, they have made their way into virtually every aspect of our lives. However, this doesn’t mean that just because we are available wherever and whenever, that we should be.

How to Earn A Million

Master Your Mindset

And set your day up for success with these tips from top-producing Keller Williams agent, Courtney Newton.

Courtney Newton, an associate with Keller Williams Cityside in Smyrna, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta, is building her bustling business using the precise steps detailed in Gary Keller’s bestselling book, The Millionaire Real Estate Agent. An avid and intentional reader, Newton vowed after reading The Millionaire Real Estate Agent in 2004 to earn a million in income by the time she was 35.

Social Media Best Practices for Real Estate Agents

 Do’s and Don’ts

Social media has become a critical component to most real estate marketing strategies – and for good reason.

Allowing you to connect with and learn about your target audience is just one of the many benefits. But just because social media offers ease of use, agents need to be prudent with their social media marketing activities.

The Hometown Agent

Selling in Your Backyard

Frank Montro’s World Class Rehabbed Homes Bring New Life to Chicago’s Southside

After college at Furman University in South Carolina, Frank Montro, a top-producing associate at Keller Williams Preferred Realty in the South/SW Chicagoland (Ill.) market center, put in three years as a consultant with Arthur Andersen. But, he never felt at home in corporate America.

The Hometown Agent

Selling in Your Backyard

Frank Montro’s World Class Rehabbed Homes Bring New Life to Chicago’s Southside

After college at Furman University in South Carolina, Frank Montro, a top-producing associate at Keller Williams Preferred Realty in the South/SW Chicagoland (Ill.) market center, put in three years as a consultant with Arthur Andersen. But, he never felt at home in corporate America.