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Also: Why do some real estate teams fail?; Taking fundraising to another level; Century 21 names top units sold producer in the world


In this issue:

  • Make it rain: How to get more listings
  • Why some teams fail and others thrive
  • Taking fundraising to a whole new level
  • Ken Yeung is top Century 21 units sold producer in the world
  • Sponsored: Online Exposure – A Game That’s Been Changing Around Agents

Make it rain: How to get more listings


Having a lengthy portfolio of listings is one key to real estate success. But how do you make it happen? Some agents have figured it out. 

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Why some teams fail and others thrive


A team has to constantly be growing and that means constant recruiting of the people who are a good fit and will bring skills to that team.

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Taking fundraising to a whole new level


Sales rep John-Ross Parks spent nearly six days and nights on a downtown rooftop to raise funds for charity, while Peter Kolisnyk shined a spotlight on homelessness by sleeping in a car for seven nights.

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Ken Yeung is top Century 21 units sold producer in the world


Ken Yeung of Century 21 Leading Edge Realty in Toronto was named No. 1. Century 21 producer in the world by units sold in 2016. 

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Sponsored: Online Exposure – A Game That’s Been Changing Around Agents


Real estate agents often miss out on the great benefits cyberspace can bring to their businesses, simply because they see it as alien and intrusive into their private lives. Gradually changing this frame of mind leads to a world of new opportunities for business.

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