The REALTOR®Association of Southeastern MA was a GREAT group for Comparable Market Analysis Live Online Video Education (Yes I love LIVE!) Enjoy these Continuing Education slides and remember…. be YOU!
Are you a real estate professional ready to become your own boss? Maybe it’s time to pursue your broker’s license! Agent Rising offers an online broker course to help you pass your test and get your broker’s license.
Take the course from the privacy of your home and we supply all the tools you need to get your hours and be prepared to take the broker’s test. We supply the books, webinars and slides along with support to guide you through your journey.
Now is a great time to up your professionalism and take the next step in your real estate career.
Visit www.agentrising.com and find out all the details. Let us help navigate your real estate journey to new heights.
Call Kate Lanagan MacGregor at 508-728-3648 or 508-997-8844
We are living through some crazy days. With the corona virus, social distancing seems to be the new norm for the next few weeks. Staying positive for ourselves and our families is crucial and turning lemons into lemonade.
Online courses are the way to go for students, and adults alike. It’s a great way to stay up on schoolwork and even start something new.
Have you always dreamed of starting a real estate career? Now is a great time to start. Everyone is homebound and this is a great way to fill your time. Start our online course today and finish with LIVE hours when conditions improve.
It’s also a great time for agents to take our online continuation credits to renew your real estate license. Catch up on your credits while you have some downtime.
You can also take our Broker Rising course or designation courses to up your real estate professionalism. The sky’s the limit.
Visit www.agentrising.com for more information or call 508-997-8844 or Kate Lanagan MacGregor at 508-728-3648
The corona virus has everyone concerned. It’s a whole new lifestyle for the next three weeks at least. While we cannot control what is going on in the world, we can at least make our own world as comfortable as possible and keep busy and productive.
With all the kids home from pre-school to college, it’s a challenge to keep everyone busy, especially the younger kids.
What can we do to keep them busy and productive?
Keep to a schedule. A general wake up time, and bedtime, time for chores, time for some schoolwork and time for play. Taking a walk is a great idea or just getting outside to play games. Fresh air is great for everybody. Just plan to keep away from other groups if you are at the park or playground. If you can, staying in your own neighborhood might be a better idea.
It’s a great time to catch up on some movies or shows you might be waiting to watch but don’t overdue it. Limit screen time on video games and social media.
Now’s a great time to bring out the old fashioned board games and puzzles. A family game night can be a great idea.
It’s also a great idea to try out some new crafts or projects you’ve been interested in. You can try out some new cooking recipes. The kids can be a great help and can turn it into a learning experience.
Giving them time to just play with toys and use their imagination is also a great activity. In our busy lives, these are the activities that we never seem to find time for. Even take out the old home movies and have a fun night reminiscing.
We are all navigating this new norm for the time being. We can try to make it a time to bond with our families and relish in a slow down and more time together like a family sit-down dinner at night.
Agent Rising is concerned with our community and our neighbors. Our online courses can help you start your real estate career, earn your continuing education credits, move up to broker, or achieve designations. Now might be a great time to consider signing up. Visit www.agentrising.com for more information or call 508-997-8844 or Kate Lanagan MacGregor at 508-728-3648
With all the talk of the corona virus and social distancing, now might be a great time to start your online real estate course on the path to your real estate career.
With all the cancellations in Massachusetts and people encouraged to stay home, now is a great time to visit our website and start enrolling in your online real estate course. You can finish with your LIVE hours at the RISE Welcome center in Mattapoisett when the crisis starts to ease and a more normal work schedule is established.
The kids are home anyway and most large events have been cancelled including dining out. This is a great way to stay productive and start a career you may have been dreaming of.
Visit www.agentrising.com for more information or call 508-997-8544 or Kate Lanagan MacGregor at 508-728-3648
The RISE Welcome Center on 145 Fairhaven Road in Mattapoisett is ready for you. We had a great LIVE BootCamp last week and the Welcome Center is alive with study groups and students.
We offer our online courses as well as LIVE hours at the center to become a real estate agent, obtain your broker’s license, instructor course and continuing education.
We have everything you need in your real estate career to help you RISE as an agent. With all the pandemonium going on around us, it’s a great time to get started on our online courses in the comfort of your own home.
Be a part of the busy spring real estate market! Visit www.agentrising.com for more information or call 508-997-8844 or get in touch with instructor, Kate Lanagan MacGregor at 508-728-3648
Spring is rapidly approaching. We may still get some snow but it will likely melt quickly. Now is a great time to start thinking about spring landscaping maintenance.
The snowdrops and crocuses are starting to spring up and green daffodil shoots are sprouting up through the leaves. Now is the time to start working on your landscaping.
Start by raking the lawn and flowerbeds. Rake up the fall leaves, dead grass and sticks that have fallen down from the trees with the high winds. Uncover all the green shoots hidden under the leaves in your flowerbeds. It may be a good time to add fresh mulch to your flowerbeds. Weed and then mulch.
Test your soil ph and fertilize your lawn accordingly. Weed and feed but don’t overdo it.
Aerate your lawn so water and nutrients are better absorbed. There are many ways to do this. You can opt for aeration shoes and get some exercise or rent a larger tool.
Fill in any bare spots in the lawn. Rake them up and dig up the soil a little. If needed, add loam and reseed. Keep the seeds wet and watered. Pick the right seeds for your area of the country.
Now is the time to get the lawn mower out and have it serviced or check the fluids and fuel yourself. Drain any old fuel out which has set all winter.
Wait to cut the grass until it is tall enough. Cutting too short and too often is not good for the lawn. Always cut the top third of the blade of grass and don’t bag it. If you mow on a regular basis, the clippings are good for the lawn.
It’s a great time of year to get outside and work on your landscaping and keep your home looking it’s best for spring.
Have you always dreamed of becoming a real estate agent and helping clients buy or sell their homes. Spring is a great time to get started. Start with our online courses and finish with LIVE hours to finish your requirements to sit for your real estate exam. Our Rise Welcome Center in Mattapoisett is busy with students preparing for their real estate license. Visit www.agentrising.com or call 508-997-8844
Agent Rising Real Estate School just completed their two-day Boot Camp on Friday and Saturday! It was a great two-day class at the Rise Welcome Center at 145 Fairhaven Road in Mattapoisett.
The Rise Welcome Center has undergone a renovation complete with standing tables, poufs on the floor with low tables, and conventional round table set up.
The energy in the room was great. People could rotate around the room and this helped with the 10 and a half hour days. Instructor Kate Lanagan MacGregor also included co-teaching with students in her instructor course. This helped to shake it up a bit and add a little bit of variety to the classes.
She started the day off with a treasure hunt. People in the room were mixed up so they were not with who they came with. Students really enjoyed it and said it was the highlight of the class.
All in all Kate felt it was a phenomenal class but they ran out of time. A new change is opening up the center for studying. Students are excited to use the Agent Welcome Center for studying and are busy starting study groups to help prepare for their real estate exam.
Are you ready to start your real estate career? Visit www.agentrising.com for more information or call 508–997-8844 or Kate Lanagan MacGregor at 508-728-3648
What’s in your real estate tool box literally? We have all kinds of real estate tools to help us in business, such as ipads and websites and apps for our phones we can use, but what about the actual day to day duties of being a real estate agent?
A reliable car is always a must and the more economical the better. Realtors can rack up lots of miles in their day to day travels and keeping track of mileage at tax time is important. You can keep a log on your iphone or ipad and the Maps App will let you know the mileage if you use it to find your next destination. A good old small notebook in the visor of your car can also perform the same duty if you are not as tech savvy.
There are always signs to put up when you get a new listing. Having a car to carry the signs can also be an issue. A small sledge hammer with a rubber head is a great tool for driving in the stake. Zip ties are also essential for hanging signs on the posts, adding riders and fixing any broken parts. A rider with your personal name and number is a great investment.
What about smoke detectors? Many homeowners may need help with installing missing smoke detectors and a small battery-powered drill with a phillips bit can help you easily install a battery-powered smoke detector. Extra screws are always handy to keep in your tool box. The ones that come with the smoke detectors can be easily lost.
A good bright flashlight is always a must when showing a house. Whether you are the buyer’s agent or listing agent, the client may forget a flashlight to check out all the dark spots in the basement or attic. You will always be prepared if you keep one in your car.
These are just some of the tools you may want to keep handy to keep your real estate day running smoothly. There’s no more greater frustration than showing up to put up a sign at a listing and not having the tools to get it done.
Keep a tool kit in your trunk with all the essentials and you will be ready for any situation. Find a cute bag to put them all in so you are always prepared and looking stylish too!
Visit us a www.agentrising.com for more information on your real estate career. Our two-day Live BootCamp begins tomorrow, Friday, March 6th and continues on Saturday. Classes start at 8am and finish at 6:30pm both days. It’s not to late to sign up. Visit agent rising or call 508-997-8844 or instructor Kate Lanagan MacGregor at 508-728-3648.
It’s not too to sign up for our Prelicensing BootCamp this Friday, March 6th and Saturday, March 7th from 8AM to 6:30PM. Join us at the Agent Rising Real Estate School Center at 145 Fairhaven Road in Mattapoisett.
You need 40 hours to sit for your real estate license exam. This is a great way to get your Live Hours in a short amount of time and finish up with our online course.
Have you always dreamed of becoming a real estate agent? This is a great opportunity to start and realize your dream of practicing real estate this spring just in time for the busy market.
Visit www.agentrising.com or call 508-997-8844 You can reach out to instructor Kate Lanagan MacGregor with any questions at 508-728-3648