Great Read Roundup: Fake Clients, Home Maintenance, & Questioning Consumerism

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.

8 Signs of Fake Buyers, Sellers

(5 minute read)

Why it matters: Don’t let your eagerness to land new clients blind you to those buyers and sellers who aren’t serious about a real estate deal. Protect your time and energy! Check out this list of eight warning signs you’re being jerked around.

This Checklist Is the Key to Taking Care of Your Home (Without the Stress)

(8 minute read)

Why it matters: Here’s a super home maintenance checklist to share with new homeowners after closing. First-time buyers often have no clue about home maintenance because of years of a “call when it breaks” attitude which comes with renting. While it’s by no means an exhaustive list of tasks, it does make maintaining a healthy, functional home seem totally manageable.

My Year of No Shopping

(10 minute read)

Why it matters: This refreshing and thoughtful piece by the writer Ann Patchett is a welcome perspective on consumerism, especially after the holiday season. For first-time buyers who are hoping to save up for a down payment, or those looking to declutter their lifestyle, Patchett’s insights from her “year of no shopping” is a must-read.

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