If you're anything like me and many other real estate agents, it can be a crazy experience being on call all the time. Clients have your cell number. They're calling and texting you all hours of the night, weekends, holidays, nobody cares. And, it’s even harder if you’re trying to take a vacation. One of
If you're like me and have a hard time keeping track of lots of different things at once, you know what it’s like when something slips through the cracks. It’s not great. But we have a solution at the Gluch Group. In this post, I’m going to go over what we do to solve this
Maybe you've been considering joining a team, maybe even joining my team, but you're worried about those dirty dreaded splits. You're worried about having to give up some of your hard-earned moolah to a greedy team leader like me who's just going to take all that money and leave you broke and destitute in a
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by all the stuff there is to do as real estate agent: marketing, listing appointments, follow-ups grips, buyer appointments, and the like? We’ve all felt this way from time to time. In this video I’m going to share with you our number one solution: our dashboard. We use this dashboard
Whether you're a brand-new real estate agent or you've been in the business for years, if you were to ask me what you could to be more successful or what you should do to grow your real estate business, one of the first things I would ask you is “how big is your database?”
What are you doing every month to help remind your clients, past clients, friends and family, or anyone, really, who might refer your business? For most agents I coach, the answer is nothing.
Do you send emails to your database? Do you have drip email campaigns to your past clients? Let me tell you about the best email marketing system I have ever seen for seller leads
About 90 days ago I made a big switch. I brought my whole team, 16 people, a couple million dollars in commissions, and lots of listings, over to eXp Realty. Now that I’ve had a bit of time to reflect, I’m going to share the good, the bad, and the ugly from my first 90