All posts by Melissa Zavala
(Tech News) Auction.com has recently seen a fat cash infusion from Google, and both seek to revolutionize real estate. Again. But who really benefits from this investment, and is it at the cost of consumers?
(Business News) Here are some intuitive ways to improve your sales with better customer service policies and procedures without breaking the bank.
(Housing News) Fannie Mae is offering incentives on foreclosures, and while many homeowners are unaware, many agents are as well - time to take a second look at First Look™.
(Housing News) Many homeowners are receiving 1099-MISC tax forms stating that they got a check from Rust Consulting for being wrongfully foreclosed upon, yet never received their check. What's going on?
(Business Marketing) When marketing your business, is it really true that if you build it, they will come? Let's look at the possibilities, shall we?
(Business News) Sales come naturally to some people, but not to others - what skill separates the wheat from the chaffe?
(Business News) Times are changing, and customer service is not as easy as a smile and a kind greeting. Let's talk about ways to set your business apart without breaking the bank.
(Housing News) Deficiency balances are not always perfectly understood, and they present significant challenges during the short sale process, so let's discuss them today.
(Entrepreneur News) Productivity is difficult in a world of distractions, but there are a handful of ways that successful real estate agents stay focused every day.
(Business News) The slow season can be brutal for agents in some markets, but even in the toughest areas, there are things agents can do to stay busy without doing busy work.
(Housing News) Short sale agents have different tasks than a traditional agent, and the path to success looks quite different; these are seven habits effective short sale agents typically have.
(Real Estate) Real estate agents are often asked how they survive the slow season, but the truth is that there is no such thing as a slow season if an agent has adapted, but how can that