In 2019, real estate brokers will navigate a confusing cross-current of economic and industry trends, some providing welcome tailwinds, others creating challenging headwinds. On the bright side, the economy and job market are booming, stocks remain near record levels, and the housing market has experienced a robust recovery since the crash. Brokers are also leaning…To read more — login/sign up
I’ve always been pretty successful in management by helping people get better. I was brought in to replace a competing broker who was taking a lot of the leads. I’m a non-competing broker,...
Every other week we post the summary of an article from Real Estate Broker’s Insider. Over the course of the year we’ve covered everything from agent recruitment to new business models to avoiding lawsuits. To wrap up the year, we’re highlighting five of our favorite posts. Timely and informative, they showcase some of the most creative…To read more — login/sign up
December 13, 2018 — At Gallery Residential Brokerage in New Jersey, agents keep all of their commissions. But unlike 100 percent companies that compete solely on price, Gallery Residential takes a different approach. While 100 percent companies in other parts of the country charge transaction fees of as little as $79, Gallery Residential Brokerage collects…To read more — login/sign up
We’ve been able to do something that’s pretty special. Last year, we were No. 1 in our market of Dorchester. We have really good relationships with developers, and we were able to secure...
November 29, 2018 — T.C. Lewis & Co. Real Estate increased revenue by more than 3,000 percent in three years, a blistering pace that landed the brokerage at No. 128 on the Inc. 500 list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. Owner Cory Lewis credits the growth to his company’s focus on property management. Lewis…To read more — login/sign up