July 2017 archive

The Science Behind a Successful Open House

There’s no doubt about it. Holly Koester of the Arlington (Texas) market center is a master at getting her clients’ homes sold through open houses and generating leads for listings in the process. It’s no surprise after you learn about Koester’s background. Starting her real estate career in new construction sales, Koester spent her first years in the business working open houses every day of the week and has been rocking them for 38 years.

The Science Behind a Successful Open House

There’s no doubt about it. Holly Koester of the Arlington (Texas) market center is a master at getting her clients’ homes sold through open houses and generating leads for listings in the process. It’s no surprise after you learn about Koester’s background. Starting her real estate career in new construction sales, Koester spent her first years in the business working open houses every day of the week and has been rocking them for 38 years.

The Science Behind a Successful Open House

There’s no doubt about it. Holly Koester of the Arlington (Texas) market center is a master at getting her clients’ homes sold through open houses and generating leads for listings in the process. It’s no surprise after you learn about Koester’s background. Starting her real estate career in new construction sales, Koester spent her first years in the business working open houses every day of the week and has been rocking them for 38 years.

The Science Behind a Successful Open House

There’s no doubt about it. Holly Koester of the Arlington (Texas) market center is a master at getting her clients’ homes sold through open houses and generating leads for listings in the process. It’s no surprise after you learn about Koester’s background. Starting her real estate career in new construction sales, Koester spent her first years in the business working open houses every day of the week and has been rocking them for 38 years.

Red Report – July 2017

How to Sell a House in Five Days

Bob Lucido was at the top of his game until the market crashed. By carefully calibrating his return, he’s back STRONGER THAN EVER.

Before the housing market crashed in 2007, Bob Lucido’s team was selling upward of 3,000 new homes a year. That proved unsustainable, so in 2014 Lucido developed a solid business plan to close 500 units and drive millions in gross commission income annually. The plan has been more than successful. Last year his team closed over 1,500 units.  

He shares his strategy for how to sell a house in five days and zero on a profitable niche. 

How to Sell a House in Five Days

Bob Lucido was at the top of his game until the market crashed. By carefully calibrating his return, he’s back STRONGER THAN EVER.

Before the housing market crashed in 2007, Bob Lucido’s team was selling upward of 3,000 new homes a year. That proved unsustainable, so in 2014 Lucido developed a solid business plan to close 500 units and drive millions in gross commission income annually. The plan has been more than successful. Last year his team closed over 1,500 units.  

He shares his strategy for how to sell a house in five days and zero on a profitable niche. 

How to Sell a House in Five Days

Bob Lucido was at the top of his game until the market crashed. By carefully calibrating his return, he’s back STRONGER THAN EVER.

Before the housing market crashed in 2007, Bob Lucido’s team was selling upward of 3,000 new homes a year. That proved unsustainable, so in 2014 Lucido developed a solid business plan to close 500 units and drive millions in gross commission income annually. The plan has been more than successful. Last year his team closed over 1,500 units.  

He shares his strategy for how to sell a house in five days and zero on a profitable niche. 

Kick-Start Your Real Estate Career With Door-Knocking

When Keller Williams associate Carl Battiste hung his license during a down market in 2007, he didn’t wait for clients to come to him. Battiste instead took matters into his own hands – and started knocking on doors.

Kick-Start Your Real Estate Career With Door-Knocking

When Keller Williams associate Carl Battiste hung his license during a down market in 2007, he didn’t wait for clients to come to him. Battiste instead took matters into his own hands – and started knocking on doors.