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Philip Romero In the following interview, Phillip Romero, president, and Joshua Robertson-Tucker, executive vice president of Business Development and Relocation, at CENTURY 21 Award in San Diego, Calif., discuss disruption in real estate, their reintroduced value proposition, and more. Region Served: Southern California
Years in Real Estate: Philip: 30; Joshua:...

With 13 years of experience as a REALTOR®, Al Cannistra of San Antonio Homes - Texas Premier Realty deals in residential properties located in and around San Antonio and the Texas Hill Country. Specializing in new homes, first-time buyers, relocation and seniors, Cannistra has a need to adopt clients across generations, so he has incorporated social media into his overall...

Greg Harrelson, REALTOR® and president at CENTURY 21 The Harrelson Group, has been helping clients buy and sell homes in Myrtle Beach, S.C. for over 20 years. Consistently ranking in the top 1 percent of REALTORS® in the U.S., much of his time is now spent training the more than 100 agents at his company. Originally coached by the Mike Ferry Organization, Harrelson...

Most corporate retreats and seminars focus on career development and networking. While important, these two elements are pieces of a larger puzzle in which personal development and team-building also play a role. And that's exactly what Coach Realtors® decided to focus on during this year's outing, titled the Best Week Ever—a five-day series of events for Coach...

One of the greatest crises currently facing the housing industry is the nationwide inventory shortage. As the number of homes on the market continues to shrink, the issue is aggravated by other factors such as rising construction costs. Homebuyers can feel powerless in a seller's market and knowing how to be proactive in navigating it can be difficult. Related: 10...

By Richard Nolan Choosing which career path to go down is the biggest decision a graduate has to make and should never be rushed. As a graduate, you should first do your research to see if what you want to do is viable. If you've considered getting into the real estate business, you will discover it is a vast field to pursue on your professional journey. Here are...

We're no longer in the 'golden age' of social media, when use of the medium was mostly just for entertainment. Twitter reported its first quarterly profit last week, Instagram is finally testing a feature that'll allow users to share other people's posts, and everyone and their grandmother is on Facebook. We've gotten to the point where there are not only dedicated...

In the following interview, Kathie Lea, REALTOR® with RE/MAX Realtec Group, Inc. in Palm Harbor, Fla., discusses lead sources, managing a team, profit strategies and more. Region Served: Tampa Bay, Fla.
Years in Real Estate: 18
Number of Team Members: 7 Teams continue to be on the rise, and in some areas, most transactions are initiated through a team...

Born and raised in Beverly Hills, Calif., Michael Nourmand has spent his entire life surrounded by luxury real estate. A second-generation broker, his parents Myra and Saeed founded Nourmand & Associates, a boutique, family-owned and -operated luxury real estate firm. Now president of Nourmand & Associates, which ranked No. 318 in sales volume in RISMedia's...

Whether you’ve been in the real estate business for a long time—or are a newbie just getting your feet wet—chances are you’ve received some sort of negative feedback on social media (or other areas of the internet) related to you personally or the way you do business. Unfortunately, ignoring the negativity is no longer an option, as prospective clients are...