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  • This year’s CES was the biggest and brightest in the event’s history, with 180,000 people in attendance as 4,500 exhibitors showcased their wares. Among those leading the charge were innovators in the smart home, with a range of new gadgets and new technology set to hit the market this year. So what are the major trends emerging, and which smart…

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  • It is crazy where you can find wisdom. I was watching the Disney film Ratatouille with my daughter when the lead character (Remy the mouse) made the most profound comment: “The only thing predictable about life is its unpredictability.” Think about that and how it applies to real estate. We deal with humans every day, all of whom have completely different life…

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  • Writing and sharing a press release is an excellent way to generate awareness and buzz for your business, and it can even be an integral part of your content or property marketing strategy. But writing a press release is a bit different from writing a blog post, as you can’t just hit a publish button – you need to get…

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  • It isn’t often that someone’s story leaves you speechless, but Michelle Errichiello, co-director of Raine&Horne Essendon, has one of those stories. She spoke with Hannah Blackiston about the accident that changed her life forever, her career as a Paralympian and how her office swept the Raine & Horne Victorian State Awards. Michelle Errichiello has lived in the Essendon area her…

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  • What was your first job? I started working in my uncle’s takeaway in Watson when I was about 12. It was a really beneficial experience for me; hospitality is a great way to bring someone out of their shell. What’s been the best thing to happen to you in your career? I received the REIACT Commercial Salesperson of the Year…

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  • Joining the real estate industry three years ago from a development and engineering background, Tyson Clarke has already achieved formidable success in Brisbane’s high-end market. He spoke with Hannah Blackiston about work ethic, building a profile and delivering on promises. Tyson Clarke has a different attitude to real estate. Despite only being in the industry for three years, his expansive…

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  • By all accounts the recruitment market for quality candidates is a competitive space, with over 5,000 agencies in NSW alone vying for top-quality candidates – making it as ruthless as the real estate climate today. In this market, there are a few key factors to consider when looking at your internal people plan. Be clear on your non-negotiables It is possible…

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  • When you purchase a $10 item from an online retailer like Amazon you will receive a confirmation for your purchase in close to real time. Amazon will also let you know when to expect your delivery, if there are any delays and ask you for feedback after you have received your goods. All for a $10 purchase. Why should real…

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  • After I finished high school I got into an engineering course, which I didn’t start because I just didn’t have a passion for it. So I deferred it and thought I’d try and get into real estate.” After completing his licence and with a vision to one day having an office of his own, Malek walked into his local real…

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  • “I got my start in leasing, and I was pretty good; I was leasing properties within five days, but I was terrible at the admin side. I got my first opportunity in sales at 19 – my boss took a weekend off with an injury, so I had three properties of his and I sold all three on the day.…

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  • Similar to an expert agent assisting buyers and sellers transact a property, a great broker provides clarity, comfort and a thorough understanding of the agency and rent roll sales process. Transacting an agency or rent roll is significantly more complex – and normally more risky – than a standard property sale. It’s surprising to see the number of principals transacting…

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  • After a few years, many agents dream of starting their own real estate business. Independence allows you to make business decisions and, in the process, grow in confidence. However, many real estate agents struggle to work out the right time to leap into freedom. Right now, with a softening market, it can be daunting for those of you considering to…

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  • “You obviously meet a lot of people through the RE/MAX network and I’d consistently caught up with the guys up here. Then I came for a holiday a couple of years ago and just loved it, absolutely loved it.” After falling in love with the Cairns region, Tiffany reached out to principal Tony Williamson and asked if there was a…

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  • This year will see the Australian real estate industry welcome a new breed of agent: the digital twin. Most existing examples of a digital twin in real estate refer to the creation of digital replicas of actual properties using the internet of things. But what about a digital twin of yourself working with you to service customers? Artificial intelligence that…

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