956: RERR Highlights – The Best Real Estate Podcast Clips of February 2021

March 1, 2021

What does it take to get buyer’s offers accepted in today’s highly competitive real estate markets? What’s the one thing that separates average agents from the best in the industry? Get the answers to these questions and more in this special episode featuring last month’s best real estate podcast clips. Plus, we touch on cash-flow investing, the latest real estate news, and more.

Listen to today’s show and learn:

  • What is Listings Lab  [2:07]
  • Real estate marketing principles to live by  [3:14]
  • How to build a referral-based business [4:43]
  • Garrett’s Coaching Course on referral generation [6:15]
  • Advice for relational real estate agents [7:51]
  • Jay’s advice for real estate agents [9:40]
  • Jay’s advice for real estate agents in 2021 [11:13]
  • The difference between good and great [12:34]
  • Washington votes to extend eviction ban for two more years  [13:38]
  • Affordability challenges for new construction homes [16:01]
  • Craig’s advice for new real estate agents [20:26]
  • How to profit through any financial downturn [21:33]
  • A common misconception about investing [24:20]
  • The commandments of cash flow investing [25:52]
  • Calling the other agent [28:21]
  • When list price matters and when it doesn’t [28:57]
  • How to get buyers’ offers accepted in today’s competitive markets [29:55]

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