1. Learning From Experience, Continuing Education Part 2

    One of the signs of a successful real estate professional is willingness and eagerness for continuing education. You can never know too much in this industry, because no two clients or transactions will ever be the same. Giving yourself a wide base of experience and knowledge to pull from, along with a healthy roster of contacts, is key in preparing for the unexpected and unforeseeable challenges …Read More

  2. Learning From Experience, Continuing Education Part 1

    There are a number of factors that can contribute to your success, or lack thereof, in the competitive real estate community. If you are looking to improve your personal brand, effectiveness, and stay up-to-date on licensing and legalities in the field, then consider our Rancho Cucamonga real estate continuing education programs. We have compiled some advice that can be integral for increasing the…Read More

  3. Realtors: Explaining Offers To Clients

    The offer stage is the most exciting portion of any real estate deal, though for the agents involved, it can mean a lot of paperwork and a potentially difficult conversation with clients. Most offers are not accepted with open arms on both sides of the deal, typically one side of the equation is going to feel like they are leaving something on the table, and the real estate agent often has to diff…Read More

  4. Realtors: Dealing With Difficult Clients

    Every experienced realtor has horror stories of clients that, for whatever reason, were a nightmare to deal with. While many experienced real estate agents can rattle of a list of ways to identify and avoid clients that may be potentially difficult, perhaps the best thing to do is to instead adjust your approach to diffuse difficult situations and position yourself as a trustworthy, patient expert…Read More