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February 28, 2008

Advice for real estate agents

Quit_real_estate Seth Godin’s best advice to real estate agents: Plan A - Quit being an agent. Get a job doing something else.

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Seth Godin’s advice seems to have touched the right chord with the audience.Real estate agents job is not so easy as it looks.


Posted by: Real Estate Investor at Mar 19, 2008 7:51:50 AM

Yes, read ideas of working at home from the beach and abroad!


Posted by: Paroshep at Apr 14, 2008 9:09:39 AM

Seth Godin’s advise to people who are listening is "Just Quit", that is not very good advise in my opinion!..Good advise to an agent is...Look at the market and make personal and business adjustments to take advantage of what the market requires to be successful. Other good advise is from the old saying "When the going gets tough, the tough get going". I sell real estate in La Jolla, CA where competition is fierce. In fact, La Jolla homes are sought after by many people world-wide and the prestigious Robb Report publication has named La Jolla the #1 place to live in the U.S. Visit this website to learn how I address a changing market. While you are there, you can view luxury homes for sale.

Posted by: La Jolla Homes For Sale at Apr 21, 2008 6:47:38 PM

what do you think about the Dubai market these days?

Posted by: Dubai Real Estate at Nov 11, 2008 3:07:32 AM

Think of the other side. In business, to quit is not an option but rather to strive hard and make the most out of it. I have to agree to Paroshep that you have to take advantage on what the market requires in order for you to become successful.

Posted by: manila homes at Oct 5, 2009 5:11:03 AM