Writings from the mind of Brett Keppler.
Realtor, Team Leader, Brokerage Founder and Creator of Nekst.
Nekst now offers an amazing system for storing and sharing documents throughout the management of a real estate transaction.
AI is getting ready to take over everything! When will it take over Real Estate? We asked ChatGPT & the answer may (or may not) surprise you
Winning your listings comes down to being prepared, learning about your client and proving your expertise.
Unhappy team members & high turnover have a significant impact on your real estate business. Try these tips for developing a loyal team.
Projecting success as a new agent is vital if you want your friends & family to be comfortable working with you. Here's how you do it...
You can "Uber" industries with few complexities. Client expectations & logistics of Real Estate make it difficult to "Uber" this industry.
Price reductions aren't always the answer! Read feedback, talk to agents & communicate with the seller to create a plan that works for them.
Sellers ask for Open Houses because they see it as vital in attracting attention to their home. It's up to us to explain why it's not.
Your most important tools in this business are your contacts and your image. Don't hand them over to someone else!
Pushing out content content content got me to rank above Zillow on Google!
You have more contacts than you know. Check social media, Christmas card lists & more to put together a list of people to reach out to!
There are many reasons to hire an assistant but the main reason is because you can only sustain a certain amount of business on your own!
More rejection in Real Estate would help incompetent agents quit or be motivated to get better, improving public opinion about Realtors.
Balancing Family & Work life can be difficult. Taking your spouse's schedule into consideration is just one way to help maintain balance.
Brett speaks to mindest when looking at your future and positioning yourself to become an individual agent when the time comes.
What's the best way to keep your emails manageable in an email based business? Hire help!
Top agents know how important it is to work "on" their business and not just "in" their business. Here are some resources to get you started
Being a Realtor is hard for the first few years. Be prepared for a difficult schedule & for people to question you.
Creating urgency, taking baby steps & communicating with the co-agent are all ways to negotiate a perfect contract for your clients.
Don't wear name tags, get a new photo, switch up your voicemail, no name puns, update your listings & please do not renew your vanity plate.
Real Estate Agents use both their left & right brain to accomplish all of the tasks that most businesses hire teams for.
Working with investors can be lucrative in regards to time spent as well as commission, which builds over the years & transactions.
New agents have to do more than help clients buy homes. They need to manage their time well, keep a positive attitude and project success.
Knowing you're no longer a new real estate agent but an experienced & successful one is great. Here's how you know for sure you've made it.
Trying new ideas can be a good thing. In my experience, sellers expect to pay the market rate. Don't drop your rate, improve your service.
In order to hit a certain level of success, you need a team. Don't resist this trend. In the loosest, sense, you may be a Real Estate Team!
Though it's assistants and transaction coordinators that really love us :) Nekst is a self-funded, independent software company with a mission of supporting fellow real estate agents. We invite you to play a role in the development of features and provide feedback on how we can be better.