What my $86,000 mistake can teach you about tracking your KPIs

The late eighties was a heady time in real estate. Lunches were long, listings were short and buyers would do anything to sign an offer. In Kalgoorlie, I was having the time of my life. I’d bought and paid off our first home, bought a couple of investment properties and completed my studies to become […]

How to use the holiday season to set yourself up for your best year ever

The period between Christmas and New Year is a great time to prepare for the year ahead. It’s an opportunity to set yourself up so that you hit the ground running in 2014. Of course, if you’re planning on having a break, have a break. Don’t be one of those agents who complain about Christmas […]

All you need to know about the new Facebook star rating

Facebook are now trialling a star rating system for places and business pages. This isn’t a completely new system at all, but what does it mean for your company’s profile online? In the past, Facebook users have been able to rate businesses from Local Search on the mobile app, giving them a score out of […]

5 ways video can help you sell property: an REBarCamp recap

Video was one of the last topics of the day at REBarCamp Perth 2013, but nevertheless it sparked some interesting conversations. The agents and sales representatives that attended seemed keen to learn how others were using video, and how it could help their business. Below are five ways that video can help you sell more […]

4 e-marketing ideas to bring you more business: an REBarCamp recap

Last week, real estate professionals from all over WA met in Vic Park for what turned out to be a fantastic day of learning and sharing: REBarCamp Perth 2013. One of the first sessions after lunch was e-marketing – a discussion of all things digital, including SMS, emails, newsletters, and blogs. #REBCPerth e-marketing discussions – […]

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