Summer has a lot to offer – warm weather, fun vacations and a variety of outdoor activities. In fact, our lives can become packed with so many things, we easily find ourselves becoming less productive. However, with a little light summer reading, you can find the inspiration you need to get your life and business on track to keep up with the demands of the busy summer selling season!
The ONE Thing and The Millionaire Real Estate Agent authors Gary Keller and Jay Papasan have seven book suggestions to help you keep your summer productivity at an all-time high!
June marks the beginning of something special – National Homeownership Month! This celebration took root in 2002 as a presidential initiative and has since brought the dialogue of supporting and expanding homeownership opportunities to communities across the country.
For over 33 years, Keller Williams has been committed to helping families across the country capture their piece of the American dream through homeownership. In May alone, 105,371 families were able to step into their dream home or sold their property with a Keller Williams agent.
Words of Wisdom
How did Keller Williams associate Rachel Adams go from working at the front desk of a real estate office to being named one of The Wall Street Journal’s “Top 1,000 Agents”? And, ranked in the top 1 percent of all REALTORS® in Placer and Sacramento counties?
“By shifting my mindset and becoming a powerhouse prospector,” she says.
Adams outlines her journey to becoming a top producer and shares several philosophies and activities to help you on your journey to success.
Keller Williams associates recently traveled to Washington, D.C., joining nearly 10,000 real estate professionals at the National Association of REALTORS® 2017 Legislative Meetings. During their time at the Capitol, they met with federal lawmakers and staff, learned about real estate’s top policy issues and connected with industry leaders.
Read on for highlights of their trip and the latest information on industry happenings!
We recently asked our KW associates:
“What is one piece of advice you wish you’d been given about life or your career after graduating from college?”
And we received a LOT of responses…
The face of luxury in our society is changing. With a term used so loosely in the marketplace, what does “luxury” mean in our economy, and how can we connect with this market, even beyond those in the top 1 percent?
Scott Ritter, president and chief executive officer of Dahlgren Duck & Associates, recently offered insights at the 2017 Keller Williams Luxury International Retreat.
While working as a bank teller in high school, Keller Williams associate Jeff Quintin had his first glimpse into the earning potential of a real estate agent. During his employment at the bank, Quintin met numerous real estate agents and quickly realized he wanted to start a real estate career of his own. Wasting no time, Quintin began prospecting and generating business. While he was getting the appointments, he wasn’t closing the deals; so Quintin turned his attention to scripts and developing a morning routine that changed the trajectory of his career.
Here are the five steps Quintin took to become a massive lead generator:
The goal of most real estate, home staging and interior design firms is to secure luxury clientele. Everyone wants to work with buyers who are willing to pay top dollar for their homes and interiors. At the high end of the market, e…
Finding, hiring and retaining top talent is crucial. Because although real estate turnover varies from place to place, the effects are the same – low workplace morale, a decrease in productivity and, ultimately, a hit to your bottom line. This is why Keller Williams has introduced two new courses: 30-60-90 and Success Through Others.