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If you had to choose a real estate technology solution from three different firms—one company is VC-funded, the other listed on Wall Street and the third family-owned—who would you pick?
Clearly, you would need more information…but in this case, the best choice may not be the obvious one. However, the choice is easy.
I’ve been on both sides of the fence—as a venture capital investor and owner of Delta Media since 2000. And I’ve learned that family-owned businesses have a slew of built-in competitive advantages over firms funded by VC or Wall Street.
So often team leaders set up their teams without setting expectations. This leads to frustration for both the agent team member as well as the team leader. Clear cut expectations are necessary to ensure everyone knows what you expect from them every day, week, month, quarter and year.
Having clearly communicated guidelines for each member of the team also means that they will have greater clarity, daily behaviors and ultimately sales success.
Building a team is hard work. There is so much more to it than just finding someone to do administrative tasks or finding agents who are eager to work. Most agents and team leaders make the mistake of hiring friends or family members or hiring the first applicant we hear from. We jump in, anxious and grateful to have help, not realizing what this can mean for our business in the long term.
Hey, don’t feel bad. We’ve all done it.
When you are in the market to buy a home it’s not unusual to want to know the sales prices of other similar homes. Without this knowledge, it would be difficult to know if you were overpaying for a property or not.
In this comprehensive guide, we will be covering a variety of topics related to housing sales and sale prices. We will walk you through everything from where to find out how much a house sold at to how to calculate the sale price of a house.
Where to find out how much a house sold for?
Right along with their home-price counterpart, U.S. rental prices have risen to record highs across the country this year. A recent report by Clever Real Estate found that the national median rent price rose 149% from 1985 to 2020, while overall income grew just 35% in the same time period.