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How to Avoid Misinterpretations When Working Remotely With Real Estate Clients

The current pandemic has increased the physical distance between all of us to ensure public safety. There are also various state orders that govern social distancing, stay-at-home orders and other restrictions which businesses need to comply with. For real estate professionals, depending on your state, this means you may not be physically meeting with yourRead More

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Insurance Checklist for Real Estate Professionals: What you need and how to get the most out of your insurance

As a real estate professional, you face risks every day. The best plan of action is to take a proactive approach and manage that risk, rather than being reactive to liability issues that arise. Wouldn’t you rather prevent lawsuits before they happen?  What can you do to protect yourself from liability in your real estateRead More

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Taking Your Virtual Property Tours to the Next Level

Virtual property tours have been around for a while — but are now more important than ever. Although many real estate professionals (and prospective buyers) may favor in-person showings, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the industry — and the home-buying process.  How can you take your virtual property tours to the next level, so youRead More

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How to Keep Real Estate Customers Loyal During the Pandemic

As COVID-19 continues to impact the United States, businesses are grappling with how to move forward in this “new normal”.  In your real estate business, there are some concrete steps you can take now to stay visible in front of customers and prospects.    Stay in Regular Contact with Existing Clients Even with COVID-19 restrictions, thereRead More

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How Real Estate Brokers Can Find New Opportunities in a Pandemic

There’s no doubt the COVID-19 pandemic has caused trauma to the United States economy. However, out of crisis also comes some opportunity.  Many companies across the country are diversifying their product or service offerings and adapting to the challenges before them. As a real estate broker, you can also adapt your business to find valuableRead More

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Is Your Website ADA Compliant? – Better Safe Than Sorry

With the ongoing national Covid-19 crisis, real estate brokers, agents, and property managers are more reliant than ever on the internet as a means of marketing and communication.  Websites remain a critical marketing tool for most real estate professionals.  ADA (“Americans With Disabilities Act”) website compliance is essential for all businesses, including your real estateRead More

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CRES Real Estate E&O Per Transaction Policies

Running a real estate or mortgage brokerage business can be costly, especially in tough economic times like now. When you need to pay real estate Errors and Omissions insurance premiums upfront, this adds financial pressure, which can put a significant strain on cash flow for your business. Yet ,this is how traditional E&O insurance policiesRead More

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What to Do When a Tenant is COVID-19 Positive

Given the widespread nature of COVID-19, property managers shouldn’t be surprised to hear that one or more tenants are symptomatic or have tested positive. The question, of course, is what should a property manager do (and not do) upon learning of a COVID-19 positive tenant?  First, it’s important to know that tenants are not requiredRead More

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Protecting Yourself and Your Real Estate Team During the Pandemic

COVID-19 has had an impact on the world that none of us could have foreseen. Here we are several months into the pandemic, and the business community is grappling with how  we can pivot and survive these difficult economic times.  For the real estate industry, the coronavirus pandemic has presented some unique and challenging issues.Read More

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Tenants Who Cannot Pay Due to COVID-19

The impact of COVID-19 on the world economy is unprecedented. GDP has dropped some 4.8% for the first quarter of 2020, the stock market has taken a hit, businesses are suffering and laying off staff, and unemployment has risen. Those most vulnerable — low-wage employees who don’t get paid if they don’t work — areRead More

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