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Nicolai Kolding

Scott:
To add to your comment that agents need to treat this like a real job, a manager can help his or her agents (and vice versa) by involving them in the business decision-making process. I think if done properly the manager can get the agents to appreciate better the big issues the brokerage is facing and then get a better buy-in. If you could get all agents and managers together for a strategic brainstorming session and talk about what the residential real estate business will look like five years from now they would each see clearer what must be done now so each side can survive (or even thrive!) when that day arrives. Agents would appreciate more the crisis many companies are facing with expenses and each side could together address the issues and offer new perspectives. I think this is right in line with your theme that we all need to get more involved with each other.

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john beck foreclosure

I think this is right in line with your theme that we all need to get more involved with each other.

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