The real estate experience of the future

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Kylie gives us her major take aways from the Inman Conference and how she sees the future of the real estate experience for buyers, sellers and agents.

The rollercoaster lifecycle of a business

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Jacob Aldridge describes the various stages of business growth.   At each stage, Jacob looks at the priorities to help you overcome some of the speed bumps.

The 7 leakage points in a real estate business

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Jess Densley has studied top agencies and has seen some consistencies in the activities they carry out to perform at a consistent high-level. He helps plug the seven profit leakage areas in most businesses.

Selling your rent roll

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During his 10 years at Macquarie Relationship Banking, Matt developed an in-depth understanding of the real estate industry and the issues facing real estate agents. He is a master at mergers and acquisitions.

Move from a transaction mindset

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One of the hallmarks of successful people is that they look long term and don’t focus on the quick fix.   Do you nurture relationships?  Hear Kevin talk to Tim Eaton about building businesses.

Get involved and reap the rewards

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Are you ready to make the decision that you are going to be one of the businesses that engages with the new world of work as described by John.

Defined points of increased production

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It is not the hours you put into the day – it is what you put into the hours of the day!

Routine to Remarkable

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Sadhana Smiles shares her observations of the traits needed to move from being routine to being remarkable.

A selling Principal – not be a dirty concept

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John Knight has had a look at 30 benchmark businesses to look at the impact of selling principals vs non-selling principals.

Patience – Real Estate is a long term game

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James Pratt will look at the reasons why some agents in an office will perform well while others in the same office, with the same opportunities, seem to struggle.