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2018 Year In Review

Molly McKinley
December 27, 2018

It’s that time of year when we reflect and replay as we plan and prepare for the new year ahead. Here are the top 3 First stories from 2018.

Second-Runner Up

Make the Call. It *Actually* Works.

There’s no doubt this article featuring William & Sarah Huffman and their superstar team, A Good Life Group, in Minnesota struck a chord. Why? Because they are actually doing the simple things that drive business. They have created a system and have the discipline to follow through. Nike (and the Huffman’s) nailed it>> JUST DO IT.

https://www.first.io/blog/make-the-call-it-actually-works

Runner-Up

Stacie Staub’s Stay-In Touch-Checklist

We think this one resonated with you because, let’s face it, Stacie Staub, owner/founder/broker at Denver-based West + Main is a marketing master. She understands who she serves (hint: her community) and has built a thriving business around this principle. Hats off to Stacie!

https://www.first.io/blog/stay-in-touch-checklist

WINNER

Top 3 Reasons You Miss Listings From People You Know

We know why this story came out on top--because it hurts! There is nothing more frustrating than seeing another agent’s sign in the lawn of someone in your network. It’s real, it happens, and hits an agent’s deepest fears, dropping the ball. Dear agents, you are not alone. This article tapped a nerve for so many others as well and we’re working tirelessly at First to help you solve this problem.

https://www.first.io/blog/top-3-reasons-you-miss-listings-from-people-you-know

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