MIAMI Association of REALTORS




7 Practices of Highly Effective Brokers (2/26)

by | Feb 20, 2014


Wednesday, February 26, 2014 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST

How are you attracting top producing agents? Are you demonstrating enough value to your best agents to retain them? What are you doing to build your brand? Are you positioning your Brokerage to attract buyers and sellers?

Move has worked with thousands of Brokers and tens of thousands of agents over decades. In doing so, we've uncovered the 7 Practices of Highly Effective Brokers. We've looked at industry trends, spoken with Brokers, listened to them tell their success stories, and learned from their failures. We've incorporated all of this into these Practices and now we want to share it with you. And, while we understand that all Brokers are unique, we trust that comparing your practices to these common practices will help you identify areas in which you can improve and grow your business.

Here's some of what you'll learn in this session:

  • How to create a comprehensive digital strategy
  • The secrets of generating quality leads
  • How to sharpen your brand to appeal to specific, target customers
  • What your expectations should be for your agents to convert leads
  • How to build and maintain an ever increasing pipeline of business
  • How to use technology to increase your referral and repeat business and, the Tools, tips and tricks to you'll need to become a Highly Effective Broker

Join us for this highly practical, quick hitting session. Everyone's welcome, but these Best Practices are specific geared to Brokers.

Register now!

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