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BROKERS: Brokerage Leaders Pinpoint Challenges for 2017

Top real estate executives at firms from all sizes say agent recruitment and retention are going to be their paramount focus in 2017, according to the latest Imprev Thought Leader survey. The survey reflects the responses of nearly 240 real estate leaders representing brokerages responsible for more than half of all U.S. residential real estate transactions last year.Eighty-five percent of respondents agree that recruiting more agents is their mo

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REALTORS: Join the Team!

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Welcome to the Team Elena Verdaguer Dealing California

iPro currently deals throughout the state of California, with new offices in New York, Florida and Texas. We continue to strive and broaden opportunities for real estate professionals and consumers.Visit www.iprore.com for the latest information and links!Click here for information on how to become a salesperson.

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REALTORS: Play Up Home’s ‘Hot Spots’ to Warm Up Buyers

A home’s interior can be used to spark “memorable moments” that appeal to homebuyers emotions, new research suggests. Certain rooms in a home can make homeowners conjure up positive emotions and memories. Researchers call those areas “hot spots,” and urge designers to pay careful attention to those spots in making a home more inviting.“The interior space can enhance emotional experiences,” says Wayne Visbeen, an architect in Grand R

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REALTORS: 5 Ways to Up Your Facebook Popularity

Many real estate professionals leverage Facebook for keeping in touch with clients. It’s no wonder why: Facebook has more than 1 billion daily active users. But with so many posts competing for your network’s attention, how do you get them to notice you and engage with you more?Forbes.com columnist Mike Templeman recently offered up several ideas, including:Share more content: Gather and share the best content related to your industry from ot

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REALTORS: Help Clients Keep Rising Rates in Perspective

Since the presidential election, mortgage rates have risen from 3.5 percent to about 4.2 percent, increasing the borrowing costs of would-be home buyers.The rates are rising on the expectations of greater business activity and a stronger economy. But the good economic prospects may come at a price to home buyers.Nevertheless, make sure your clients keep perspective. In the 1970s, the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was 8.9 percent; in the 198

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REALTORS: 5 Home Design Needs for Your Boomer Clients

The number of home buyers ages 55 and older is expected to grow over the next decade, and builders across the country are ramping up to serve them. At the International Builders' Show in Orlando, Fla., this week, the National Association of Home Builders is educating attendees about how to support the industry's efforts to cater to this segment of the market.In one session, Deryl Patterson, president of Housing Design Matters in Jacksonville, Fl

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REALTORS: 6 Things Your Buyers Are Stressed About

Do you know the pain points your buyers are most concerned about when it comes to purchasing a home? A new TD Bank survey of 135 real estate professionals nationwide reveals six stressors that are causing their clients the most anxiety: Confusion around paperwork required: 31.85% Unexpected costs: 22.22% Concerns over financing: 21.48% Appraisal and inspection: 11.85% Meeting and closing date: 6.67% Credit approval: 5.93%To better support your cl

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REALTORS: Review Restrictive Covenants With Your Buyers

Purchasers buying in a community with a homeowners association need to make themselves aware of an important set of rules known as restrictive covenants or CC&Rs. These are the rules established by the subdivision that they must follow in order to live in there. The rules tend to be geared about maintaining the attractiveness and value of the property.“A reasonable HOA is like heaven,” says Bruce Ailion, a real estate pro and attorney for

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REALTORS: 5 Nasty Business Habits to Give Up in 2017

Vow to make 2017 your best year yet in the real estate business. But that means giving up some bad habits that may stand in your way of obtaining ultimate success. Entrepreneur recently highlighted several of the following “bad habits” that could be hindering your business:Having a sense of entitlement.The world doesn’t owe you anything. “If you want success, you need to make it happen,” the article notes. If you want a flood of new cli

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