North Carolina real estate broker Article Collection

New broker learning how to write real estate listing copy that sells

How to Write Real Estate Listing Copy That Sells

Professional photos are important, but strong real estate listing copy can make a world of difference in how many views your listing receives. By writing appealing copy, you can convert interest into action and showings into closed sales. Every listing you write as a…

North Carolina broker using real estate negotiation strategies to close a deal

Key Real Estate Negotiation Strategies to Master

As a North Carolina real estate broker, your income is determined by your ability to close the deal. To successfully master the art of real estate negotiations, you’ll want to find the most creative and powerful negotiation strategies. Finding clients is only the first…

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Is It Hard to Be in North Carolina Real Estate?

Is it hard to be in North Carolina real estate? What about real estate in general? We asked real estate professionals across the country that very question to get a sense of what the challenges are for agents and brokers who are new to…

Real estate mentor and mentee looking at an iPad together

How to Find a Real Estate Mentor

As a new North Carolina real estate broker, you have been doing all of the “right” things to launch your career—networking, getting to know your market, working on your prospects list. Still, getting started in real estate can be challenging, especially in the first…

How to Become a Broker-in-Charge in North Carolina

If you’re a North Carolina real estate broker looking to take your career to the next level, you may be wondering how to become a broker-in-charge. The broker-in-charge license category is a higher level where brokers can supervise other brokers—and potentially earn more money.…

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How to Embrace Change as a Real Estate Broker

The real estate profession has always been in a state of constant change. It is an evolving profession that has always seen new business models, new technology, new approaches, and different markets. There is nothing new about change. What is different about the change occurring…