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10/27/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

How do you figure out what you really want to do in real estate? Is there a cold-calling strategy that works? Texas REALTORS® asked four real estate coaches these and other questions in the latest issue of Texas REALTOR® magazine.

Read the coaches’ answers and their advice for marketing a small firm, managing a mountain of email, and one skill every Texas REALTOR® needs to be successful. Plus, get online-only advice about when to hire an assistant, making a career transition toward retirement, and tips for career growth.

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Jill on 02/23/2016

I live in Texas and I am in the process of selling my home and buying a new home. I received a verbal offer on my home on 2/12/16 and accepted. My realtor received the written/signed offer on 2/15/16 and I signed the contract on 2/16/16. The option period is 14 days. My realtor changed the status of the listing to pending/continue to show. And as of today, there is no execution/effective date on the contract. My realtor says that the contract is not “executed” until receipt of escrow. So when does the option period start and end???????? I feel like I am getting the short end of the stick here….

Justin Moore on 11/03/2015

Is the only way to be successful in real estate buying leads from  I stopped my leads and i’ve had one sale in the past 4 months from a referral…my other sale in june fell apart and nothing came up until august…i’ve been working on that once since aug 28th…i even switched agencies since mine was a 100% commission broker, but they don’t provide leads…

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