Category: Tips for real estate agents

Craving Limitless Success? Transition from Being Talent to Leading Talent

Back in 1996, Linda McKissack sat in Gary Keller’s office and told him she wanted more from her career. The issue was she was already doing everything she could with the time she had. What Keller suggested next would alter her course foreve…

Craving Limitless Success? Transition from Being Talent to Leading Talent

Back in 1996, Linda McKissack sat in Gary Keller’s office and told him she wanted more from her career. The issue was she was already doing everything she could with the time she had. What Keller suggested next would alter her course foreve…

Seven Ways Real Estate Agents Can Stay Safe on the Job

September is REALTOR® Safety Month. Because this business has inherent dangers, it’s important you take proactive measures to stay safe on the job. Here are several tips to follow, taught in KWU’s “Safety by Choice, Not by Chance” course. R…

Seven Ways Real Estate Agents Can Stay Safe on the Job

September is REALTOR® Safety Month. Because this business has inherent dangers, it’s important you take proactive measures to stay safe on the job. Here are several tips to follow, taught in KWU’s “Safety by Choice, Not by Chance” course. R…

Simple Ways to Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions

Goals

The new year is here and already off to a momentous start. Like many, you may have sat down and created some resolutions to keep you focused on creating your best year yet. But experts say that close to 80 percent of people don’t succeed in keeping their resolutions. Here are a few tricks to keeping yours and even some ideas to make resolutions if you haven’t done so yet. It’s never too late to plan for a good year!

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.

Sit. Stay. Sell. The Power of Pets in Real Estate

Pet-Friendly Homes Attracting Pet-Friendly Buyers
There was a time when selling a home with a pet was a major issue for sellers and real estate agents. Great efforts went into masking odors, eliminating stains, putting up food/water bowls…