Here’s a batch of articles we found this past week that piqued our interest, including a heartbreaking scam in Utah, an opinion on instituting a national MLS and questions for agents to ponder while considering switching brokerages.
Real estate scheme may cost Utah family their life savings Inman News
A Utah couple was anxious to close on their dream home so, when the person they believed to be their real estate agent asked them via email to wire $91,000, they complied. Unfortunately, the sender’s email address was one letter different from their agent’s actual account.
4 Reasons Why a National MLS Database Makes Sense RISMedia
Bob Bemis, the vice president of business development for Realtors Property Resource®, offers his opinion on whether a national MLS would benefit the real estate community.
Advice I Wish I Knew Before Becoming a Real Estate Agent Active Rain
Patricia Feager, a real estate agent from Southlake, Texas, shares what she wishes she knew before becoming a real estate agent – and a few tips on what she’s learned since.
Market Trends, and Your Big Opportunity in 2018 RISMedia
Brian Buffini, a former REALTOR® and now a well-known coach and trainer, shares his thoughts on the year ahead plus three timeless strategies for success, regardless of the market.
Switching brokerages? Ask these 8 questions first Inman News
Spyro Kemble, an agent from Orange County, California, shares eight important questions to ponder when considering switching brokerages.
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