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Stop chasing better splits! It’s your net that truly matters

I heard a long time ago from one of my first mentors that you can feed your ego or you can feed your family — pick one. So what does “net” actually mean? Here are five ways your net is more impactful than a higher split. Source: click here

The Real Word: Is it fair to say iBuyers are untested?

Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week, Byron and Nicole talk through a column by Brad Inman and debate whether iBuyers are untested.   Source: click here

How I survived 10 days on vacay AND ran my business

Ten days on vacation — and away from your business — can seem like an eternity, but with the right prep and people at home backing you up, you can actually enjoy your vacation. Here are a few tips for stepping away and still running your business like a boss. Source: click here

The Agency founder talks expansion, corrects the rumor mill

How do you thrive in today’s luxury market? Don’t miss Inman’s Luxury Connect, October 15-17, 2019, in Beverly Hills, California. Walk away with the marketing, technology and luxury intelligence to grow your business while expanding your referral network with built-in networking sessions. Join 600 of the most notable names in luxury real estate. Reserve your spot here. […]

Starting part-time? 6 strategies for making it work

Great real estate careers have been launched part time, but it requires a realistic perspective and a willingness to prioritize your real estate career. Here are six tips for launching your real estate career part time with an eye to an eventual full-time transition. Source: click here

August was the easiest month in 2019 to afford a home: NAR

It was easier to afford a home in August than at any time in the past year, according to the latest monthly affordability index, meaning the typical family had more estimated income to afford a home at the national median price. The affordability index reached 160.4, meaning the typical family possessed 160.4 percent of the […]

Is ‘iRenting’ becoming a thing? Startup secures $3.3M to find out

Doorstead recently bagged $3.3 million in funding. It joins a growing number of startups that are applying the iBuyer business model — which involves using technology to quickly buy and resell homes — to the rental industry. Source: click here

Zillow to shift ‘from Google mindset to an Amazon mindset’

With iBuying, Zillow must move to a low-margin model that targets “mindbogglingly larger” market than advertising, CEO Rich Barton proclaims in new interview. Source: click here

Struggling to sell, desperate property owner slashes price to $1

Exasperated county commissioners in Ohio, tasked with selling the Georgia home of its elderly former owner, have slashed the price of the property to $1 after four years of failing to find an interested buyer. Through a bizarre quirk in Ohio’s law books, the elderly woman’s two-bedroom property in Hawkinsville, Georgia, was purchased by Butler […]

EXp Realty agent axed over offensive mayoral election ad

Former eXp managing broker Craig Schaid is now jobless days after posting a real estate advertisement alluding to the election of Montgomery’s first-ever black mayor, Steven Reed. In a screenshot obtained by Al.com, Schaid offered his services as a listing agent to anyone upset by the election results. “Hey Montgomery, Don’t Like The Election Results? […]

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