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Coffee Is For Closers

Coffee Is For Closers

“A-B-C. A-always, B-be, C-closing. Always be closing! Always be closing!! A-I-D-A. Attention, interest, decision, action. Attention -- do I have your attention? Interest -- are you interested? I know you are. You close or you hit the bricks! Decision -- have you made...

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Recognition, Get Involved

The community you serve is growing and that is great. Your business has been doing well but you find yourself losing touch with the new residents. Perhaps it is time to get more involved in your community. Pre-Covid, communities would host multiple events throughout...

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Tecumseth, A Residential Histories

The region of New Tecumseth has a vast history full of great opportunity and change. The earliest known pioneer journal for the area written by Richard Rorke in the early 1800’s gives us an insight into the beginnings of real estate in New Tec. Richards recounts that,...

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Taking the King in Springtime

If you are ever talking to a real estate agent, you have probably heard them talk about the “Spring Market”. But what is it? How can you prepare for it? The spring market refers to a time of year when the quantity of real estate sales is generally at its highest. When...

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Hammer on the Screw, Marketing Done Right

Marketing is a big word. Not by letters, or by the difficulty in saying it, but it is a big word. When we talk about marketing we have so many factors that need to be analyzed in order to be successful in the accumulation, production and distribution of our message....

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The 6 Month Excuse (Grace Period)

The 6 Month Excuse (Grace Period)

“You’re going to be at least 6 months before you make your first transaction.” “It’ll probably take 6 months or more before you have your first deal.” “You’re not going to make anything for the first 6 months.” Why does it take so long to make your first transaction?...

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You’ve Done the Work, Now it’s Time to Get to Work

You’ve Done the Work, Now it’s Time to Get to Work

Congratulations! You finished your real estate course, passing all your exams. You find yourself sitting on the couch thinking, now what? Well, there is lots to do like, finding a brokerage, figuring out commission splits, understanding all the lingo, building your...

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