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One of the most valuable things to have as a real estate agent is a network of experienced real estate professionals who can provide you with information you need to have a successful career.
Our "how to's" are perfect for beginners who are interested in becoming a real estate agent, new agents who want to learn how to grow their business, and experienced industry professionals who want information on the latest real estat trends.
Whether you are interested in advancing in your career, making more money, or fulfilling your lifelong dream, becoming a REALTOR® is a great choice. REALTORS® stand out in the real estate industry by having a higher code of ethics and standard of conduct and benefit from expanding their sphere of influence and network.
Use these tips from experienced professionals to help you pass the Texas real estate exam. Including tips on what to do at the testing center, how to answer questions, and more.
In this step-by-step guide, learn how to create a 360° Virtual Real Estate Tour with Google Tour Creator and Zillow 3D Home Tour to show to buyers and sellers.
Energy efficiency comes in all sizes and shapes. The choices you make for your home or business can have a big impact on your budget & the environment.
As a new real estate agent or REALTOR®, it may be difficult to know how to show a property to buyers. Use these essential tips to help show a house to a buyer and show buyers what they are looking for in a property and what they need.
Entrepreneurs and real estate agents should use these helpful tips to help manage time, tasks, and energy throughout the workday and workweek.
First impressions are everything, and in the digital age that we live in, you only have a few seconds to capture a viewer’s attention. In this How-To, we'll teach you a few fundamental principles to help you start taking better real estate listing photos.
In this post, we aim to provide you with the skills and information to pass the state (Colorado) portion of the real estate exam on your first try.