Great Read Roundup: Buying New Construction, Selling for Siblings, & Personal Politics

An ongoing feature in Tuesday Tactics is our “Great Read Roundup” in which we highlight some of the best pieces we’ve read recently and why they might expand your mind or help with your real estate career.

5 Things Every Home Buyer Needs to Know About New Construction

(6 minute read)

Why it matters: Buying a brand new home is slightly different than buying a home which has been on the market before. Help your buyers understand what’s different about the process and what to expect.

‘I Sold My Brother’s House’: The Perils of Hiring a Real Estate Agent You Know

(5 minute read)

Why it matters: Do you take on family members as clients? If you’ve never had the experience of selling a house for a sibling or relative, check out these five lessons one agent learned when he sold his brother’s house.

When Clients Talk Politics, Stay Above the Fray

(7 minute read)

Why it matters: From the piece: “Savvy real estate practitioners have long been careful to avoid mixing political talk with business, but in today’s world, deep ideological divides and rampant rhetoric from all sides are putting many on edge and sometimes blurring professional lines.” So how should you proceed? Save yourself time, headaches, and even money by heeding the advice in this article.

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