Saturday
May 26, 2018

For Brokers: Feature Articles

  • Mon, 02/01/2010

    More and more brokers are coming to realize they don’t need a vast bricks-and-mortar base of operations to be successful.

  • Mon, 02/01/2010

    In the Internet age, there’s not a lot of tolerance for phone tag. Thankfully, Internet-based telephone services make it easy for callers to find your salespeople anywhere.

  • Fri, 01/01/2010

    Instituting these 21 recommended policies will make for smoother operations in your office.

  • Tue, 12/01/2009

    In today's economy, many tenants want to shrink rather than grow. That often means they need a broker to help them value, structure, negotiate, and close a subleasing transaction.

  • Tue, 12/01/2009

    Diversify both your business interests and your avocations to help you navigate through tough times, says Victor Kress, 71, a broker-associate with Kress/GMAC Real Estate in Meadville, Penn., where he has been a lifelong resident.

  • Sun, 11/01/2009

    Check out these 7 techniques you can adopt in your business practice to inspire your team to reach new heights of achievement.

  • Sun, 11/01/2009

    Though 2009 may prove to be a year many brokers would rather forget, your company’s success going forward may well depend on how effectively you incorporate this year’s results into your future plans.

  • Sun, 11/01/2009

    Known as the "Lot Lady" for her success as a land developer and new-home specialist, Carole Bowen of Bel Air, Md., has never let fear stand in the way of her ambitions.

  • Thu, 10/01/2009

    Which SBA loans might you want to apply for, and what could you use the funds for? NAR analysts have identified three types of small-business loans that are most applicable to sales associates.

  • Thu, 10/01/2009

    Edward Aiello has worn a variety of hats during his 41-year real estate career. In the late 1960s he began a successful 10-year stint as a sales associate for a Poughkeepsie, N.Y., developer while simultaneously managing several real estate investment companies.