C21 Redwood Agents Win Big Through Prospecting

By Kona Gallagher on Dec 3, 2018 8:29:57 AM

Here at CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty, 2018 and 2019 are all about business planning. We've launched an exclusive online business planning tool for our agents, and even held a company-wide business planning session hosted by Tom Ferry-- an event that was so out-of-this-world successful, that we're doing it again next year. One of the fundamentals of a robust real estate business plan is prospecting. Our owners, Shawn Milletary, Nick Pasquini, and Eddie Berenbaum, wanted to drive this home, so they decided to incentivize our agents through a business planning competition with some BIG prizes.

The contest ran for 60 days leading up to our company-wide business planning event, and focused on five areas of an agent's business:

  1. Conversations
  2. Listing Appointments
  3. Buyer Consultations
  4. Open Houses 
  5. Outbound Referrals
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#RedwoodRocks: Celebrating Our CENTURY 21 Redwood Agents

By Tara L. Christianson on Oct 22, 2018 9:52:48 AM

At CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty, we inherently believe that every one of our agents is a rock star. So, when others recognize their greatness, the only surprise we have is that it took everyone else so long! Some of the well-deserved honors recently awarded to Redwood agents include:

Our relocation agents, led by Tina Bodolosky, being awarded the USAA RERN Mission Possible AGR Winner’s trophy for the number of AGR referrals and for delivering exceptional experiences every day. 

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5 Items That Need to Be on Your Pre-Settlement Checklist

By Tara L. Christianson on Aug 27, 2018 12:52:06 PM

Do you have a checklist for actions you need to take with your buyer or seller clients before you get to the settlement table? Check to see if these are on your list! We asked our CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty agents for mistakes they see real estate agents make before getting to the settlement table, and here’s what they answered. (Consider it a real estate agent’s wish list for other agents.) It’s an excellent opportunity to learn what not to do – and maybe even have a few additions to your “preparing my client for settlement” checklist! 

Title Companies and Title Insurance Advice

“The worst for me is having a buyer shocked to see title insurance cost. We can't sell title insurance and have to be careful what we say because we are not licensed to do so, but it is important to introduce the topic and refer them to a good source. I do it with my buyers when I review their estimated closing cost list when writing an offer (or earlier).” – MaryEllen Rubenstein, C21 Redwood Reston

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