This week in BAM brings a second Nevada commission lawsuit, NAR insurance news, an unpopular opinion on business cards, 3 ways to master value-based follow-up, how to craft the perfect pitch, simplifying lead magnets, and the truth about likes versus lead conversion on Instagram.
Byron Lazine released a long form video providing context for a YouTube Short published a year ago on “Why Business Cards Suck & What To Do Instead.” Here he explains his position on business cards and presents more effective ways to be memorable.
HousingWire Lead Analyst Logan Mohtashami joined Byron Lazine and Lisa Chinatti on the Knowledge Brokers Podcast to discuss, among other things, whether to expect 5% mortgage rates in 2024—and how to respond when consumers ask about rates.
This week in BAM brings a disastrous “debate,” weekly pre-planning strategy, how to set goals based on money-making activities, a 4-step plan for future-proofing your business, Homes.com’s Super Bowl commercials, top takeaways from BAM Pro Bowl, etc.
The new 2024 Delta Real Estate Leadership Survey reveals the top five challenges for real estate brokers this year, with “Recruiting new agents” ranked as the number one business challenge. The “impact of commission lawsuits” jumped to the number four spot.
Katie Lucie shares the top four proactive measures to take as a new real estate agent to save money on taxes, establish and protect your brand identity, create and maintain client relationships, and grow your database.
This week in BAM brings you the BAM Pro Bowl, a massive Homes.com marketing campaign, another drop in NAR membership, a HomeServices petition to the Supreme Court, Ryan Serhant takeaways, strategies to maximize listing opportunities, and more.