What the real estate industry has to do to remain relevant

Peter Butler is one of five winners of OREA’s 2016 YPN Leadership Awards. In this video he talks to Steve Kotan about the value of REALTORS®, what the real estate industry has to do to remain relevant, and the factors that have contributed to his own success.

Mentorships and Succession Planning

When I first started in Real Estate in the 1970’s (yes I know many of you had not yet been born), there was no real support, mentorships or training.  I was told by the others in my office (mostly men and mostly well over 40 years of age) that I did not have a chance … Continued

Everything You Need To Know About Vlogging in 4 Minutes

Vlogging is a great way for REALTORS® to build their network and business. In this how to video, 2016 OREA YPN Committee Member Heather Scott discusses the essentials of a great vlog – tune in if you’re looking for some tips on getting started or taking your vlog to the next level. You can also … Continued

Networking Tips and Tricks

  There aren’t many people who thoroughly enjoy going into a crowd of strangers and sparking up conversation – especially when you are new to your career. Networking, however, can be a great source of knowledge, lead generation and social skills and, ultimately, can make you money! There are always opportunities to network around you … Continued

How to build a successful real estate business

John-Ross Parks won a 2016 Ontario Real Estate Association YPN Leadership award. In this video he talks to OREA YPN Committee Chair Steve Kotan about how to build a successful real estate business, cope with growing pains, and make an impact as a REALTOR®.

What it takes to succeed as a REALTOR®

Bradley Mayer-Harman won a 2016 Ontario Real Estate Association YPN Leadership award. In this video he talks to OREA YPN Committee Chair Steve Kotan about what it takes to succeed as a REALTOR®, technologies that are fuelling the real estate industry, and how evolving client expectations are impacting the real estate business.