During National Realtor Safety Month, we usually focus on how you can protect yourself from physical harm or your information from thieves. This year, as you already know, is different. Many experts anticipate a much-feared second wave of COVID-19 cases in the fall, as students go back to school and the weather cools.
Eva Steinwald is a real estate agent, but her career has dovetailed with her other passion: martial arts. She became an agent in 1998, just a year after buying Idaho Martial Arts in Eagle.
“After a few years working as a real estate agent, I realized how unaware other agents were about their safety when working with buyers and sellers,” she says.
Let’s face it: Our business is only as good as yours. That’s why we’re so focused on making sure our clients are safe, productive, and armed with the tools they need to succeed. We offer services year-round to help you better your business and attract the customers who can help you thrive. Here are five ways we work to help you make the most of every minute of your workday.
I can’t remember the last time I saw so many people excited about the Parade of Homes. It’s always a stellar event and exciting to see the creativity and talent of our valley’s builders and craftspeople, but this year definitely feels different. Why? The Treasure Valley market is in a massive growth spurt, and everyone is trying to keep up with demand.
In just a few clicks, a thief could ruin your reputation.
Sounds dramatic, doesn’t it? But business email compromise — otherwise known as wire fraud — is on the rise and has led to millions of dollars in losses for real estate agents and brokerages around the country.