Here’s a batch of articles we found this past week that piqued our interest, including one agent’s tale of selling his brother’s house, a checklist for Sunday’s Data Privacy Day and thoughts on whether you should be charging a higher commission.
‘I Sold My Brother’s House’: The Perils of Hiring a Real Estate Agent You Know realtor.com
Daniel Bortz, a REALTOR® in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., shares five lessons he learned from selling his brother’s house.
ICNY 18: The iBuyers are coming for real estate Inman News
Two startups, Knock and OfferPad, are getting noticed within the real estate industry for their quick offers and closes. They believe their quick and seamless transactions are the future. Are they?
Reducing Cyber Risk and Liability for Data Privacy Day RISMedia
Sunday is Data Privacy Day, created by the National Cyber Security Alliance to educate consumers on how to manage their online presence and promote privacy for business. Here’s a checklist of how real estate professionals can participate.
Why you should be charging more commission Inman News
Danny Batsalkin, the CEO of DSCVR Properties in California, shares three thoughts on why real estate agents should consider charging more for their services.
The Three Important “R”s of Real Estate: Advice to Newbies & Others Active Rain
Research, relationships and resilience, according to Napa Consultants’ Ron and Alexandra Seigel.
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