You’ve worked hard in your new real estate profession and seen success—more referrals, listings, closings, and inquiries. In fact, you frequently feel you can’t get everything done and are missing out by not being able to be everywhere and do everything you want. Perhaps, it’s time for another talk with your coach or mentor or to take a class to help decide if it’s time to hire an associate, build a team or have your own brokerage firm, even one with multiple offices.
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Selling a home is stressful for homeowners, investors, and realtors. When a home is put on the market, there is always hope that it will sell quickly. What if after listing, days, weeks, and even months go by without an offer? What then?