Industry Insights

How Agent Accountability Turns into a $250K Paycheck

08.21.2014 Did You Know

What is the difference between a realtor who limps along making only $70K per year and one who pulls in $250K or more? Is the second realtor working exorbitantly long hours or tapping in to some kind of real estate superpower? Not likely. While there are a number of factors that go into the success […]

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Sphere of Influence (Part 1)

04.17.2014 Industry Insights

A sphere of influence is something every real estate agent has or should have. Whether it be friends, family, former business associates or classmates, or others that you know through some aspect of your life, these are people that know you and have gained some sort of influence from you, even if just a small […]

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A Beginner’s Guide To Becoming A Successful Real Estate Agent

02.13.2014 Industry Insights

As a real estate agent, you wear many different hats. You play the role of a salesperson, an analyst, a consultant, a negotiator, and a marketer. There are many other responsibilities you must also take charge of, including accommodating your clients and meeting their needs on their time, anytime they need assistance. Even when the […]

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REDX contributes to local charity; United Angels Foundation

07.01.2011 Industry Insights
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By Jessica Pann Over the past few years, the REDX has made a tradition of choosing a non-profit foundation or charity to get involved with and raise funds for to help support the organization’s cause.  This year we chose to sponsor the United Angels Foundation (UAF), a local non-profit organization. UAF supports parents and families of […]

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REDX Introduces Pre-Foreclosure Product

06.14.2011 Industry Insights
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REDX Introduces Pre-Foreclosure Product June 14, 2011 SALT LAKE CITY – REDX announced today the release of REDX Pre-Foreclosures to new existing customers and new customers on July 1st.REDX Foreclosures are a breakthrough lead generation product that provides property owner contact information, identifies which stage of the foreclosure process the lead is in, and has […]

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Newsletter December – 2010: If You Don’t Offer S’mores… You Should!

12.23.2010 Newsletters

By Jennifer Cummings It was just a s’more. Yes, I’m talking about a graham cracker, a little chocolate and a marshmallow.  It probably had a cost of a half-cent to the business offering it, but that s’more made an impact.  It symbolized a small act of kindness and generosity – with no expectations attached – […]

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Newsletter December – 2010: Are you ‘Wringing your Clients Dry’ for Leads?

12.23.2010 Newsletters

By Carla Cross, CRB, MA We all love it when some seminar guru tells us we just have to take care of our present and past clients and we’ll get rich. The first part of that statement is true. We DO have to take care of our present and past clients, and that’s an important […]

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Newsletter October – 2010: Understanding Prospected vs. Referral Leads

10.27.2010 Newsletters

By Hannah Lee “Prospecting:” a word that sends fear into many realtors’ hearts, perhaps because of their bad associations with cold calling and telemarketers. It’s a known fact that prospecting for expired and for-sale-by-owner (FSBO) leads is a rich market, but what are the differences between prospecting and referral leads that real estate agents need […]

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Newsletter October – 2010: Cheri Alguire: Production Planning

10.27.2010 Newsletters

By Cheri Alguire Production planning is as much about problem solving and perspective as it is about the numbers. Why? Because you know you will not always hit your numbers. (If you do, you probably were not challenging yourself enough during the visioning process.) And not hitting the numbers obviously means you have a problem. […]

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Newsletter October – 2010: Taking the Fear Factor out of Prospecting

10.27.2010 Newsletters

Do you break-out in a cold sweat when it’s time to prospect by phone? You are not alone. For many the fear of objection gets in the way when dialing the phone. Fear of rejection, fear of hostility, fear of stumbling over your words can cause anxiety that may stop you from picking up the […]

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