Keller Williams previewed its forthcoming consumer-facing app experience at Keller Williams Family Reunion in New Orleans on Sunday. It will launch in late in Q2 with the intention of making consumers smarter and its agents the Netflix of real estate.
To produce Command, Keller Williams worked with 27,000 people — many of them agents — and had engineers go through other CRMs to see what worked well. The goal was to create something that was customizable, and which could be configured according to the needs of agents.
Wouldn’t it be easier if you had clients seeking you out because they found you through social media? There’s a single strategy that can make this happen: storytelling. Katie Lance tells the Inman Connect New York audience how to tell stories effectively.
Dessa, a rapper, singer and essayist, found herself in love with her ex years after the relationship ended. Onstage at Inman Connect New York, she chronicles the scientific journey she took to fall out of love.
On Friday, Trump declared a national emergency, which he believes will give him access to border wall funding that congress denied him. Agents are worried.
With everyone from tech startups to traditional brokerages diving into the fast-cash offer game known as iBuying, it can be tough to keep up with what strategies are working for whom. Get a quick read on the iBuyer landscape and how it’s impacting agents’ bottom lines from this Inman Connect New York panel.