Here’s a batch of articles we found this past week that piqued our interest, including 21 tips to win multiple offer situations, the upcoming expiration of the 2008 DOJ-NAR Settlement Agreement and the “ultimate doomsday cabin” that just hit the Alaskan market.
21 Ways to Win in Multiple Offer Situations Active Rain
The lack of inventory is adding stress to buyers and real estate professionals alike, as agents have to fight amongst each other for listings. Debbie Reynolds, an agent in Clarksville, Tennessee, shares 21 tips to give you the winning edge.
Steps to Take When an Agent Isn’t Stepping Up RealtorMag
Setbacks happen, desire wanes and struggles occur. It happens to many agents. But how can brokers help them regain their mojo? Here are several ideas.
Breaking Down the 2008 DOJ-NAR Settlement Agreement NAR
The 2008 settlement agreement between the Department of Justice and the National Association of REALTORS® expires in November. NAR General Counsel and Senior Vice President of Member Experience Katie Johnson breaks it down.
10 minimum standards every MLS should adopt Inman News
We recommend No. 6.
End of the World? Ultimate Doomsday Cabin in Alaska Seeks $159K Realtor.com
A self-sustaining lakefront home in Alaska for only $159,000 might seem like a steal. But don’t forget to factor in the $1,000 round-trip flight for yourself, your family and about 2,000 pounds of supplies.
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