DENVER, Colorado - January 4, 2017 - a leading provider of workflow and customer relationship management (CRM) services, today announced that RE/MAX, the #1 name in real estate, has designated Realvolve as an approved supplier. Under this agreement, Realvolve will provide premium proprietary RE/MAX Workflows and Templates in addition to top tier customer support and guaranteed best price on its subscriptions to RE/MAX Affiliates. Already in use by many U.S. and Canada RE/MAX Affiliates, the Realvolve CRM/Workflow Platform has become the premier choice of leading agents who appreciate the flexibility and richness of an innovative software application to provide a world-class ecosystem to run their business.
This is a picture of Shanghai: 1990 vs. 2010. The transformation is amazing and seemingly impossible.
As real estate professionals, it's easy to have the false assumption that your talent (voice) is static and comparable to others in the industry. It is not. We're often coached that marketing and hustle, and not the work of ourselves, will break us from the pack.
It can be difficult to unwind after long, action-packed day of work. Leaving your paperwork and laptop at the office when you come home is easy enough, but leaving behind the worry, the excitement, the mental To Do list...that’s not so simple. It’s certainly something I struggle with.
Last week, I wrote about how real estate agents can overcome their fear of rejection. But just because you’re no longer afraid of rejection doesn’t mean it won’t happen to you. It happens to everyone, even the very best agents. You’re going to lose clients and miss out on prospects throughout your career.
Rejection is something real estate agents deal with every day. Whether it’s losing a long term client or getting stood up for a meeting, it’s going to happen. A bruised ego is our occupational hazard.
Rejection is okay. Fear of rejection...that’s not okay.
Fear is what holds you back from accomplishing your goals in life and work. It weighs you down, damages your psyche, and leaves you paralyzed. It prevents you from moving forward.
Don’t let fear of rejection prevent you from building a successful real estate business. Learn how to overcome it.
Success is achieved one day at a time...but only if you spend each day on meaningful work.
That doesn’t mean working 60-hour weeks. It doesn’t mean running on four hours of sleep. It’s not about working more—rather, it’s about making each minute that you are working count.
As a real estate agent, your days are often unpredictable. The key to being a productive agent is figuring out how to get back in control of your day. Here’s how I suggest doing that: