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How to keep busy and not panic about what’s ahead

Cooped up at home? Here are a few things every real estate agent should be doing to stay safe, boost productivity and make the best of their time at home.

9 ways to minimize the pandemic’s impact on business

When this situation turns the corner, there will be plenty of business to go around. Here are the actions you need to take now to ensure your business is healthy when things rebound.

How to keep your social media healthy when you’re quarantined

With all the uncertainty, it’s crucial for you to be mindful of what you’re sharing on social media. As you’re working from home, here are a few ways to keep your social media streams healthy and relevant.

Ways to digitize every stage of your sales funnel during the pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic is forcing agents to do much more of their previously face-to-face business over a computer. Here are a few novel ways to make it work.

How 1 agent helped small business owners earn $1M in sales despite outbreak

True Houston founder Nicole Lopez's Texas Festival Vendors page has helped 96 vendors make $1 million in sales despite shelter-in-place orders.

Take Inman’s real estate coronavirus survey here

The crisis has decimated the economy and turned the future into a question mark. Help Inman understand how you're coping.

Four things agents should do if business slows

Social distancing. Consumer fears. Government guidelines. Staying productive during this historic time is one great way to not only keep morale up but also prepare for when restrictions are lifted and normalcy is regained.

A great coach is closer than you think

In real estate, you learn by doing. Licensing is the first step, of course, and many agents and brokers pursue continuing education and other formal accreditation programs to further hone their business.

Think Like a CEO S3E1 – Going Vertical With Models

For CEOs, the only thing more dangerous than failure is reaching a plateau. In this episode, Gary explains how he uses models to shatter ceilings and keep Keller Williams moving in an upward trajectory. If your business or personal success is beginning to level off, you owe it to yourself to listen .. read more »

Taking an open house fully virtual

An open house is a great opportunity for a homebuyer to get a feel for a property firsthand so they can decide if it’s a good fit — so what happens when they can’t visit in person? For those who are able, it’s worth offering a virtual open house, but it has to be done right.

Think Like A CEO Season 3 Trailer

"Life follows a rhythm and results are not random. Whether we break down or we break through is actually pretty predictable, if results determine actions and actions are determined by thinking, then our best results always come from our best thinking." - Gary Keller

Daily Dispatch: Brad Inman with Glenn Sanford

eXp CEO Glenn Sanford emphasizes continued education during this moment of unexpected downtime.

What you can be doing right now to prepare for a recession

A very abrupt and widespread economic disruption is taking hold and presenting unprecedented challenges. What should you be doing to ensure you’re ready for whatever’s next, whether you’re an individual agent, a team or a broker-owner?

Daily Dispatch: Brad Inman with Ryan Gorman

Coldwell Banker president and CEO, Ryan Gorman, and Brad Inman discuss the details of the just-passed stimulus bill and how savvy real estate professionals can benefit from it.

Housing protections in the stimulus bill explained

The 880-page bill signed into law by President Trump on Friday includes credit protections, foreclosure moratoriums and forbearance on some mortgages.

Finding solace in isolation

Here's some perspective from a contributor who spent a year in a remote Zen temple with 10 hours of meditation each day, which turned into a lifelong contemplative practice.

Stimulus package passes, agents can now access unemployment

The stimulus bill, which includes direct payments to Americans and expanded unemployment, was signed by President Donald Trump Friday.

Compass CEO Robert Reffkin calls on Congress to provide aid to agents

Robert Reffkin argued coronavirus aid shouldn't be limited to W-2 workers. The National Association of Realtors has also said it is working to ensure aid packages to benefit agents.