December 3, 2016

For Brokers: Feature Articles

  • Fri, 04/01/2011

    The gym, other service providers, and colleges are a few places to find disciplined people committed to working a plan.

  • Fri, 04/01/2011

    Here are three places to look for ideas to spruce up your Web site and refresh your online image.

  • Fri, 04/01/2011

    Assuming a brokerage offers a strong technology package, expert training, and great support, the following five questions will help brokers invest wisely in those who’ll run the most profitable small businesses.

  • Fri, 04/01/2011

    Mitch Ribak offers five tips for smoothing ruffled feathers.

  • Tue, 03/01/2011

    Brokers reveal the benefits and challenges of using the airwaves to build their brand.

  • Tue, 02/01/2011

    It’s not easy to admit that a business decision isn’t working out as planned. There’s always the nagging feeling that maybe you haven’t given the idea enough time. Or perhaps you haven’t funded or nurtured it properly. And even when your instincts are screaming that you’ve made a mistake, accepting that truth is painful.

  • Sat, 01/01/2011

    “The PC is dead,” declared a recent article on technology trends, and one of the nails in its coffin could be the rise of “cloud computing.” But what, exactly, is this cloud, and why do so many companies have their heads in it these days?

  • Sat, 01/01/2011

    The business of real estate is always evolving, but in most brokerages, there’s one constant—the weekly sales meeting. It’s a time to bring the troops together, share timely information, and keep everyone motivated. Even for brokerages where most practitioners are based outside of the office, weekly face-to-face meetings are essential.

  • Mon, 11/01/2010

    Choppy waters are expected to persist in 2011, but that doesn’t mean that your business has to suffer. We asked brokers and industry consultants to identify solutions to the top challenges that brokers face today.

  • Fri, 10/01/2010

    Once in a while a difficult customer will come along, forcing you to rethink whether you’re really a "people person" after all. By communicating your expectations up front and having a clear plan for responding when something goes awry, you’ll reduce frustrations across the board.