Networking is one of, if not the most important skill that a real estate agent can develop. It is the basis on which an agent can acquire clients, collaborate with other professionals, and find properties to buy or sell that other people haven't heard of yet. Networking is everything. In this article, we are going to outline five great ways to network and grow your business.
This case study provides Real Estate Agents across Canada with valuable insights into successfully handling the sale of a divorce property. It focuses on navigating the complexities of the process while maintaining confidentiality and privacy for the divorcing couple. By following the strategies outlined in this case study, agents can effectively guide their clients, foster cooperation, and achieve equitable outcomes within the framework of federal divorce laws applicable throughout Canada,while keeping in mind the specific regulations at the Provincial and property level.
In the competitive world of real estate, building a strong network and generating referrals are key ingredients for standing out and finding success. As a Real Estate Agent, your professional connections and word-of-mouth recommendations can open doors to new opportunities and solidify your reputation as a trusted expert within your industry. In this article, we will explore effective strategies for Real Estate Agents to generate referrals and expand their network, including the use of centralized platforms for off-market listings.
Assignments are becoming more and more popular. Toronto and Vancouver are two very popular Canadian cities where assignments are commonplace, but... what is an assignment?
RESO® (Real Estate Standards Organization) is the go-to resource for the establishment of new standards-based systems across the World. Its standards are at the core of the majority of real estate listing organizations in North America, including (but not limited to): CREA (Canadian Real Estate Association); ITSO (Information Technology Systems Ontario), and; US based National Association of REALTORS® (NAR).
As we reach the midway point of 2023, we are thrilled to share with you the incredible progress and achievements BrokerPocket has accomplished since January. From expanding our network of brokerages to welcoming a multitude of agents, BrokerPocket has experienced remarkable growth. Let's recap the highlights of our journey so far and showcase the exciting opportunities that lie ahead.
BrokerPocket is collaborating on a new initiative with the Diamond & Diamond Real estate division. Eric Skicki, CEO of BrokerPocket and Joseph Berljawsky, the head of Diamond & Diamond Real Estate division, are working together to build the industry's first free legal chat service for real estate agents. This new service will be launching in the coming months and will allow agents to chat with lawyers on the BrokerPocket platform to answer any legal questions they may have regarding real estate.
Simply put, the policy will make it an ethical obligation for real estate professionals to place their listings on MLS within three (3) days of publicly marketing a residential property.
Exclusive listings are gaining in popularity in response to the drastically shifted market conditions. An exclusive listing, also referred to as a “pocket listing” is an off-market property that is not publicly posted on the multiple listing service (MLS®).
The launch of BrokerPocket 2.0 takes the platform further where individuals will be able to sell, buy and connect with other real estate professionals. The new Connect feature allows real estate professionals across Ontario, and soon to be all of Canada and the United States, to network. This is a feature the founder and CEO of BrokerPocket, Eric Skicki, believes will unite a fragmented market in which real estate professionals are often restricted to practicing in their designated areas and allocated boards.