Why real estate offices are GOLDMINES. 10 things that will get you in trouble AND MORE!

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by Tom Watson on February 4, 2018

Just like last week, I’ve been digging through some of my past posts to find a few that I feel are important and are worth revisiting.

Luckily there are plenty of posts to choose from! I can’t believe I’ve written so much over the years. Anyway, we have a few varying topics.

I chat about real estate offices and how incredibly valuable they were to me over my career (this is a MUST READ POST for experienced pros and beginners). Then there is my list of ten things that will get you in trouble with a client.

Up next is the details of a very profitable account. This is where I break down the income from one of my accounts. Then I chat about getting your business insured and finally the concept of how money is “just an idea that’s acted upon”. Enjoy!

10 Reasons Why Real Estate Offices Are “Goldmines”

10 things that will get you in trouble with a customer (and how to avoid them)…

Case Study #1: The insider details of a highly profitable commercial cleaning account…

How To Get Your Cleaning Business Insured

MONEY is really nothing more than an IDEA in your head that is ACTED UPON.

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1 Gary Kebschull February 10, 2018 at 10:56 am

What is you,re opinion on advertising through newspaper ads?

2 Tom Watson February 10, 2018 at 11:44 am

I spent a ton on that. Did my homework. Thought it through. Had my display ads professionally designed by an ad executive (who was a friend of a friend). No luck at all. That doesn’t mean it can’t work. Many do it and get results. But I failed big time. My advice would be to spend a little if you go that route and if you see results add to your budget.

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