Our newest Property Maven, Michael Kimbel, has a wealth of experience in both property and finance that helps him achieve the best results for clients
Back in the day, when Telstra was still Telecom, the business provided all their workers with ‘the barbecue book’. In it were statistics like how many kilometres of cable they’d laid, average response times to problems and so on.
No property listings? Cut your losses and switch to being a buyer’s agent.
We’ve all been there, ‘working for the man’, giving our heart and soul to a job that doesn’t reward us emotionally or financially. Over my career, I’ve worn many hats, including as a sales agent and a buyers’ agent.
Learning on the job as a buyer’s agent is possible as long as you have the support of experienced industry active advocates and can tap into their knowledge.
Most people in real estate have noticed a rise in increase of buyers’ agents. Home buyers and investors, especially those of high net worth, are demanding more complete knowledge of properties in which they were interested.
Buyers’ agents need to leverage social media to gain visibility and help potential buyers learn to know and trust them.
How did I survive my first year as a buyer’s agent? Three key pillars held me up. Learn more.
Boost your real estate reputation and become a trusted adviser as a buyers’ agent. Learn more.
As a buyer agent, to help clients achieve their property goals, you need to understand property market fundamentals. Learn more here.