Great Reads Roundup: Introvert Networking, 3D Home Printing, & Renovation Budgets

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.

The Introverted Real Estate Agent’s Guide to Networking

(4 minute read)

Why it matters: Not all successful real estate agents are extroverts. In fact, many do quite well with a quieter, more reserved approach. Introverts often read as thoughtful, confident, and discrete. So how do these introverted agents network? This article explains five ways introverts make crucial new connections.

This Cheap 3D-printed Home is a Start for the 1 Billion Who Lack Shelter

(4 minute read)

Why it matters: Did you know over one billion people do not have adequate and safe housing? We’re not talking about dream houses… we’re talking about basic human needs. But what if you could 3D print a brand new 650 sq. ft. house in 12 to 24 hours? Check out this ambitious project from ICON.

How to Set a Home Renovation Budget

(7 minute read)

Why it matters: Home renovations can turn into financial disasters without a little realistic planning. If you’re methodical and you cover your bases, you can prevent projects from running away with your wallet. Check out this piece with five practical tips for developing and sticking to your plan.

How to Increase Your Home’s Value

(12 minute read)

Why it matters: Here’s a great guide to increasing your home’s value by Kelli Gardener of “Groom & Style.” Kelli says, “I recently reached out to 100+ real estate agents, home appraisers and contractors and asked them to share their top tips for increasing home values. I got a wide range of answers, from big projects to small tweaks. There were things we’ve all heard before as well as a number of surprises! I took that info a put together a massive 5,000+ word guide!” Check it out!



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