If you go to Google, Bing, Yahoo or any of the major search engines we frequent, type in the words “real estate 2017”, the fruits of your efforts will be a plethora of articles focusing on hot markets throughout the USofA. Low inventory seems to highlight most areas. So, if someone’s business should be a reflection of the market, the next question easily becomes, what topics should agents and educators… Read More »The Agent’s Education Checklist
Not my knee, but I was tempted today to take a picture I had my second visit with the amazing Dr. Carly today. I’d call my feeling, as I left, “guarded optimism.” After months of not running, the word I see there is optimism.During my first visit ten days ago, she (like me) was a bit taken back by the lack of progress my knee had seen. So, she gave… Read More »Progress!
The first quarter of the year has seen me teaching a bunch of listing courses. As a result I have had the opportunity to share with a great many established listing agents as well as a large group of future ones. While the challenges of focusing on listings are many, the best place to begin is with your mindset. So, what is the listing mindset? First, the mindset begins with… Read More »Creating the Listing Mindset
My last real run was back in September, the 24th I believe. It was a very sore, almost crippling 5 miles on the Highline Canal. Since that day, almost a half a year ago, I have run about 30 miles. I have gained 20 pounds. I have blamed my doctor, poor physical therapy, old age, bad luck, and just about anything or anyone I can blame. I’m done. It’s all… Read More »It’s Billy Yang’s Fault: Pity Party Over (FINALLY)