HOW IS YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR FELLOW REALTORS®

Today’s blog contribution was written by Tanya Evoy.  Tanya is a Real Estate Broker in Carleton Place (Ottawa). It is rare to find someone in the real estate industry who has not experienced a bad day. We come across many different types of stressors and after some hard truths, we can identify that not managing our clients’ expectations … Continued

Volunteering in Organized Real Estate

I was about a year in real estate. Eager to learn, succeed, and be in-the-know. I was embracing my new career with gusto, but I was floundering. There were so many things to sort through. I was being bombarded with coaches and expensive systems. I was struggling to create a one year plan, let alone … Continued

How to SUPER-charge your buyers’ offer

Today’s blog contribution was written by Ayn MacDonald, ABR®, SRES®. Ayn is a Real Estate Salesperson in Ottawa.   In a sellers market, working hard for buyer clients has become instrumental in the success of your offer (over the competitors). There are many OTHER ways to ‘super-charge’ your buyers’ offer without increasing the purchase price. I’ve been … Continued

The Real Estate Roller Coaster

This YPN blog contribution comes from Ashley Sauve. Ashley is a Broker with Keystone Real Estate, Sudbury   You’re high on life, the world is at your fingertips.  You are scheduling board meetings, networking opportunities and coffee dates with your favorite clients. Offers are coming in, listings are popping up, four missed calls, home inspections, … Continued

Become the Neighbourhood Expert

This guest blog contribution comes from Lauren Catlin. Lauren is a Realtor® with Royal LePage State Realty, Brokerage in Hamilton, ON   As a new salesperson, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by all there is to learn. Real estate is more than just buying and selling houses. Our clients will also look to us to … Continued

7 Tips for New REALTORS®

This blog post contribution is courtesy of Tanya Evoy. Tanya is a Broker with Re/Max Affiliates Realty in Carleton Place, Ontario.   Real estate seems like the perfect job. To me it is but I can tell you it has not always been that way. I wish I had more information when I started or at … Continued