Real estate as a second career: The quick-start guide

Drew Hannan of Drew Hannan Homes and Keller Williams in Rochester, New York, is a former restaurateur and business owner who recently got into real estate as a second career. He got a very fast start closing 42 deals in his very first year, and he’s here to tell us how he did it.

The broker-owner blueprint: This RE/MAX leader’s secrets (Part 2)

Broker-owner Mark Butterfield has 100 agents, three offices and 12 teams who raked in $565 million in sales this past year. Here’s part 2 of how he does it.

The broker-owner blueprint: This RE/MAX leader’s secrets (Part 1)

Broker-owner Mark Butterfield has 100 agents, three offices and 12 teams who raked in $565 million in sales this past year. Here’s how he does it.

3 investing truths from a tenured agent and investor

Chris Haddon sits down with D.C. agent and investor Cher Castillo, who shares why jumping into real estate — both investing and working with clients — has ultimately created her success and what she’s learned along the way.

3 tech tips for agents from a Keller Williams team leader

The Somers Team’s Chris Somers shares the top tools he uses to keep his 20-agent team moving.

3 key factors at play in every successful brokerage acquisition

Acquiring a brokerage can be a great move for your real estate business — if it’s the right fit and the right time. Here are three key steps you should take if your goal is a successful acquisition.

How to build wealth by using your expertise to invest in real estate

Selling real estate is a great way to start in the business, but it’s not the only side of it. Real estate investments build capital even when you’re not working, and they are a great vehicle for becoming independently wealthy.

How to build wealth by using your expertise to invest in real estate

Selling real estate is a great way to start in the business, but it’s not the only side of it. Real estate investments build capital even when you’re not working, and they are a great vehicle for becoming independently wealthy.

How to increase business in a market downturn

Mike McCann started in the real estate business in 1986 as an associate broker selling 100 to 150 homes a year. Today, he is well-known in the Philadelphia area as “The Real Estate Man” and is the leader of The Mike McCann Team of Berkshire Hathaway. For the past 18 years, he has averaged selling 500 to 600 homes a year with the help of six full-time administrative assistants and 18 agents.

The highs and lows of working with millennial real estate clients

In this video, Jason Balin sits down with Zack Bryant, a top producing agent with Northrop Reality,​ to talk about millennials …