What C21 Redwood Agents are Using to Make 2018 Their Year

By Tara L. Christianson on Aug 14, 2018 9:08:17 AM

As the end of August approaches (already!), it can be tempting to start thinking about 2019 without stopping to appreciate all that you’ve already accomplished in your real estate business in 2018. It also can help you understand which tools, technology, and training you have put into practice, and which can potentially keep helping you into the future, versus those that sounded like a good investment at the time, and never again saw the light of day.

With that in mind, we asked our CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty agents, “What do you think are the top things C21 Redwood offers that you've used to grow and/or maximize your business this year?”

C21 Redwood Gaithersburg agent Anthony Pertesis said, “As an agent new to Maryland Real Estate [Anthony is licensed in NJ and MD], so far I have utilized the following and have found them very helpful in getting accustomed to real estate in Maryland: Help from my office’s EVP & OC, capitalizing on all the aspects of accessRedwood [C21 Redwood's Intranet], and taking advantage of both the in-office classes and online tech training.”

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Listing and Holding an Open House During the Holidays - Should You Do It?

By Tara L. Christianson on May 21, 2018 9:38:02 AM

Now that we’ve addressed what time of year is the best to list a home, there are two other questions many real estate agents get about selling a home, especially around bigger holidays like Christmas and Easter. Those questions are: “Should I list a house around the holiday?” and “Should you hold an open house over the holiday?”

We asked some of our CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty agents to weigh in with their thoughts, and here are some of their responses.

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How Involved Should a Real Estate Agent Be in the Mortgage Process?

By Tara L. Christianson on Apr 6, 2018 8:35:00 AM

Real estate transactions often involve more people than a buyer or seller may initially realize. From real estate agents to home inspectors to appraisers to mortgage professionals, there are any number of people who ‘touch’ the transaction before it’s done.

And, oftentimes, those people have to seamlessly work with each other to make sure the real estate settlement is successful. When a buyer needs a mortgage, finding the best mortgage professional to assist with a buyer’s needs is extremely important. That begs the question:

How involved should a real estate agent be in the mortgage process?

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