Two years after Jennifer Irigoyen was fatally stabbed outside her New York apartment, her family is still waiting for the day her case is heard in court amid multiple adjournments.
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Though the origins of Connect Now and all our virtual events were less than ideal, the upside has been unmistakable: Thousands of top-performing agents and brokers come together month after month to learn, grow, network and carry on with the business of real estate.
We spoke with the founders of three diverse brands to get to know their businesses. Our goal was to learn what’s important to them and to explore what steps they’re taking to build their real estate legacy.
We’ve reaffirmed our dedication with a Declaration to Support Diversity that will be displayed in our offices. For us, this is more than a statement or a conversation starter. We see these words as an expression of who we are as a company and how we conduct business.
Whether you’re talking about attracting buyers to your listings or sellers to your landing pages, what agents show prospects in those first precious few seconds of their experience online solidifies their expectations and immediately establishes your value.
With a crowded field and fierce competition, cutting through the digital noise and presenting your brand strongly and consistently across the internet is more important than ever to compete, stay relevant and be successful in your business.
Real estate agents and teams work largely independently as entrepreneurs—but their business’ lasting growth is often strengthened by the guidance and mentorship of exceptional leaders. This is why it’s so important for agents to have brokers who foster close relationships with them.
While all agents have to build their mediation skills, a few bring perspectives from professions beyond luxury real estate. We spoke with two such agents about the expertise they rely on during the negotiation process.