Long ago, cities were compact because people had to walk. Even after horses and carriages became commonplace, they weren't the fastest modes of travel and a horse could only go so far in a day if it was expected to get up and move again the next.
It's hard enough to run a small real estate business without having to manually finish every little task yourself.
You've heard it before: business is all about who you know. Success in real estate, in particular, is dictated by referrals and networking. A lot of new real estate agents think their career will get in the way of their time with their kids, but that doesn't have to be the case. Like any job, you get out of it what you put in, but real estate's a malleable industry and it's definitely possible for family life and work life to co-exist. Some situations can even be mutually beneficial.
Take, for instance, the PTA.
Look at you, a business owner!
Just taking the plunge and finally deciding I'm going to start my own business is a thing to be applauded, but it's not all sunshine and roses. It takes hard work, and right about now you might be thinking you're in over your head.
But don't worry! We're here for you, and we've even taken the time to compile some great tips to ease you over the various hurdles that come with owning your own company.