As a real estate agent, you’re constantly juggling a million different tasks while trying to keep track of everything happening in the market. Here are six data points every real estate agent should analyze to drive their business forward.
Knowing the right questions to ask when choosing a brokerage can mean the difference between joining one that fast-tracks your growth and success and jumping from one poorly-managed or disorganized brokerage to another. We support the first option.
The Massive Agent asks the question, “Should you be selling fewer homes on purpose?” He reveals his own history as an agent, including the best decision he ever made and what he wishes he’d known from the beginning.
Byron Lazine breaks down why people who play it safe are the ones taking the greatest risk—and how risk-takers cut the fat from their daily routines so they can take more calculated risks and create more of the opportunities they want.
Using a surprising stat from NAR, Tom Toole details how to be productive by using a one-week time log exercise to track how you’re spending your time, so you can spend more of it growing your business.
Sarah Desamours joins Matt Lionetti and The Broke Agent to discuss what it was like starting her business from scratch in Miami, how she secures top athletes as clients, the key to networking events, and why she gets up every morning at 5 am.
Lead generation time is the most critical part of a productive agent’s day. Therefore, you should be protecting that time and not letting anything get in the way. Here are two distinctive kinds of leads and how to devote time to each of them.
2023 is shaping up to be a year full of opportunities to educate yourself and grow your business with the help of real estate industry leaders. To help you narrow it down, here are some can’t-miss real estate conferences to attend in 2023.
Lisa Chinatti called out a huge opportunity for real estate agents in 2023: expired listings. And on January 4th, 2023, BAM is hosting a live cold calling event for expired listings with Byron Lazine, Tom Toole, and Dan Oneil (aka Danny Deals).
A lot of full-time agents look down their noses at dual career agents, but Troy Palmquist argues some of the biggest names in the business might actually be part-timers. Here’s how to tell if you’re a part-time agent.