Welcome to 2020! This year is expected to have the biggest shortage of housing inventory in U.S. history. According to the 2020 National Housing Forecast from Realtor.com, the national housing shortage will continue in the New Year, possibly reaching “a historic low level.” Currently, only one out of every 10 markets is seeing inventory growth. […]
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Talk is cheap, so watch these LIVE video results: 7 Million in trackable Sales Volume, over $200,000 in GCI, and a 142 CLOSED deals with just 1 Real Estate ISA Virtual Assistant. Bob Corcoran goes over performance reports of our client’s Real Estate ISA VA and details how it impacted her revenue.
The U.S. economic outlook is healthy according to the key economic indicators. The most critical indicator is the gross domestic product, which measures the nation’s production output. The GDP growth rate is expected to fall below the 2% and 3% ideal range. Unemployment is forecast to continue below the natural rate. There isn’t too much inflation or deflation. That’s close to a Goldilocks economy.
Rudy Kusuma is the recipient of the 2013 & 2014 Five Star Real Estate Agent Award – a level of excellence achieved by less than 7% of the real estate agents in Southern California. He attributes his success to leveraging systems, technology, and people – and says that if you focus on the aspects of your business that affect the outcomes, and delegate the rest to Virtual Assistants, then your business and revenue will grow exponentially.
Real Estate lead generation is a competitive challenge that keeps evolving – so it’s no surprise that and staying on top of the latest trends & techniques is crucial to your success! With the development of programs such as iBuyer and other innovations that seem to be popping-up on the daily, finding steady lead sources in a seemingly saturated space can be a challenge for many Real Estate professionals.
With the year 2020 just around the corner, you can use the holidays as a time to re-evaluate your business and create effective strategies that will ensure your success in the upcoming year. In today’s highly competitive market, you need to go to length and find ways to stand-out. Your marketing needs to be fresh and up to trend and most importantly, it needs to be strong enough to continually bring you in more business.
Want to know the best way to leverage your time, money & expertise for massive business growth & gains? Curious how MyOutDesk Virtual Assistants have changed the game for so many top-producing real estate professionals across USA? Hungry to learn what other businesses are doing and what their key strategies are with their Virtual Assistant? This webinar is what you need to see!
In 2017, Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom went on TED talks and discussed working from home. “Working from home has an undeservedly bad reputation,” he says. In his TED Talk, Bloom explains that work-from-home is potentially as powerful and innovative as the driverless car – and he’s dead serious.
During 2019, low housing inventory was difficult, and according to the Realtor.com forecast it’s going to get even worse in 2020. Here are eight foolproof tactics you can apply that will not only help you find more homes in markets affected by low inventory but will help you generate more listings as well.
How do you convert leads into actual business? This is a question that plagues every Realtor’s mind constantly. Smart technology has expanded and developed so rapidly that innovations have actually changed the landscape of the Real Estate industry. With home searches right at the fingertips of buyers and quotes available for sellers via their smartphones, Real estate agents now have access to a much broader audience, but in turn, gives potential clients so many options, sometimes, too many. How do you find a way to get that edge over everyone else? How do you capture these potential leads? How do you determine what buyers are serious now, or need to be revisited in another 6-12 month?