“Learn as much as possible, preview one home every day for 100 days, and keep a journal!” — Moremi Wolcott, Realtor, Maximum One Realty – East Cobb
As COVID-19 continues to negatively impact people and workplaces, EXIT Realty Corp. International announced it is working to maintain the health and well-being of its agents and brokers through a series of programs, including its Focus on Good Health initiative.
The new 7,589-square-foot office is in Alpharetta, and the new agent hails from RE/MAX Town & Country in Blue Ridge.
At 37 years old, the new president will be the second-youngest leader of the national nonprofit trade organization, which works to improve the homeownership rate in the Asian-American Pacific Islander community.
“It’s a marathon, not a sprint.” — Coleman Whitaker, qualifying broker and founder, Presto Real Estate Corp.
The agents have been in the real estate business for over 20 years each and bring a “robust” book of business to the company, RE/MAX Around Atlanta said.
An Australian real estate agent’s failure to use proper punctuation in a Facebook post could cost him tens of thousands of dollars, according to a report by The New York Times.
“Stay consistent and determined!” — Erin Napier, Realtor, RE/MAX Around Atlanta
The agent has represented numerous trophy properties in Atlanta, thanks to her media-savvy marketing strategies and work with many of the city’s well-known clients in the music and film industries, Coldwell Banker said.
The group was among 400 attendees from 20 countries who attended the virtual conference, which featured speakers like Shawn Kanungo, Elliot Eisenberg and Cara Robins.