Your client database is your gold mine! Discover the true power client database, how to calculate your rate of return, and how big your database needs to be to generate enough income each year.
A real estate logo can be a great place to start, but on its own you are missing out on the many benefits of a complete real estate brand identity. In this episode we take a look at creative ways that agents are successfully putting logos and brands to use in their real estate business.
Anything visual that represents you needs impact. Learn what every marketing piece needs.
With a decade+ in home construction, new construction specialist and superintendent Brian Thompson joins us to share his industry's perspective on being a builder in today's housing market, how material costs and availability are affecting the industry, and what agents should know when working with new construction.
This week on Market Survival Guide: have buyers stopped buying, mortgage rates rising and falling, recession fears and historical recession impacts on housing, the rental crunch, national foreclosure analysis, single family and multi-family new construction housing permitting, and answers to your questions.
Are your social profiles and marketing materials still sporting an old photo with last-decade’s haircut still? If your clients are in danger of not recognizing you the first time you meet, then it is definitely time to get an update! Learn to do it right and get an incredible portrait with tips from finding a great portrait photographer, to poses, to what to wear and much more.
Get ready! Get energized. Get answers for the housing market questions your clients are asking. Get registered for our amazing 2023 Real Estate Success Summit - coming to the Lynnwood Convention Center this January 24th!
Meet the five must-have visual marketing materials that every successful agent should have in their toolbox: visual bios, listing presentation, buyers package, and the pledge of service - one for buyers and one for sellers. Discover what goes into each, how to use them for top effect, and why each belongs in your business.
This week in Market Survival Guide: U.S. economy mixed messages, labor shortages and wages, federal lending rate changes are ahead, expanding builder liability and declining new construction quality, Snohomish county builder relief - an example of removing barriers to homebuilding, new home permitting and permit challenges, construction spending over the years, share of buyers actively trying to buy a home by U.S. region, and answers to your questions.
Financial rules are a fantastic tool. They are there to help you set expectations, warn you when expenses are unhealthy, and keep your business and future on-track. Learn how to keep your spending on track, especially when you have financial goals to fulfill.
Coach Denise Lones and a few Encore team members talk about the importance of continuing education.
Drew Ebner, friend of the show and licensed Washington State senior loan officer at Guild Mortgage, returns to Denise Live. Join us for his expert knowledge, advice for both buyers/sellers/agents, and how the lending world is pivoting to address higher interest rates and their impact on buyers.
This week in Market Survival Guide: new headlines and recession fears, economic report, where to get accurate market information, interest rates, passing generational wealth, housing affordability crisis, resources for housing affordability research, and answers to your questions.
Coach Denise Lones gives tips for how to assess your financial fitness towards the year end.
Your money team should be bigger than just you and your pocketbook. From accountants, mortgage professionals, and strategists, having a great team at your back is essential for making sound money decisions and keeping your future healthy!
This week in Market Survival Guide: housing impact of Hurricane Ian, flooding impact in other states, migration, inflation and government shutdown concerns, risk averse buyer demographics, federal reserve rate increases, NAHB Housing Market Index, city core to suburb migration, construction and new home sales, and answers to your questions.
Planning for a strong financial future begins when you are ready to get real, make a plan, and are able to keep your eyes on the prize - even when you are holding a big commission check.
Be open to education, especially when the markets are shifting.