Real Estate Tips - First Things a New Real Estate Agent Should Do
Your first week in real estate will be very busy and may seem overwhelming. Use these tips to help you succeed during your first week as a new real estate agent.
How to Show a House to a Buyer as a REALTOR®
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.
2020-2021 Texas Legal Update 1 & Legal Update 2 Now Available Online!
The new 2020-2021 non-elective Legal Update I & Legal Update II courses (4 hours each) became effective January 1, 2020. Complete these courses online today!
Get Familiar with 2020 Real Estate Contracts and Forms
Learn about all of the updates coming to Colorado real estate contracts and forms in 2020.
The 16 Best Marketing Channels for Real Estate Agents
From social media to traditional advertising, these are the 16 of the best marketing channels to help promote and advertise your real estate business in 2019.
Top 5 Podcasts for Real Estate Agents & Brokers on the Go
Here are the top 5 real estate podcasts for agents and brokers who are on the go. Featuring Kevin Ward's YES Talk, the GaryVee Audio Experience, and more. These recommendations are sure to make your next commute more productive.
13 Tips to Help Entrepreneurs Manage Their Own Time and Schedules
Entrepreneurs and real estate agents should use these helpful tips to help manage time, tasks, and energy throughout the workday and workweek.
10 Features of a Successful Real Estate Website
It is not enough to simply have a website. In order to be effective, and contribute to an easier and quicker home-buying process for the buyer, your website must be thoughtfully designed, intuitive, updated frequently, and user friendly.
Tips for Property Managers in Colorado on Marijuana (Cannabis) Laws
With marijuana regulations continuing to develop and expand in numerous states around the country, landlords need to remain in-the-know so that they can make the most-informed decision possible if tenant disputes or fair housing implications arise. Although there are no simple and easy answers, stepping in to handle a situation as soon as possible may be the best course of action for avoiding unwanted legal action.