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There's a historically chronic problem in the real estate brokerage industry, specifically in the residential real estate brokerage industry. A problem that is going to have very serious consequences on that sector of the real estate brokerage industry unless something major is done to correct it.

That problem is the virtual absence of professional training of residential real estate agents, especially regarding their understanding, or the absence thereof, of their legal responsibilities.

In this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show, I address this issue headon to shine a spotlight on this critically important subject.

There's an old saying in the real estate brokerage business that says, "You've got to list to last." This phrase is even more relevant than ever.

In this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show, I explain why becoming a dominant listing agent in your market is more important than it's ever. This is because of all of the radical changes that are taking place in the residential real estate brokerage industry will likely wipe out a large percentage of buyer agents.

Are all these lawsuits against NAR and the major real estate brokerage firms providing a valuable service to the general public?

Did the Biden Administration play a part in generating or promoting these lawsuits? If not, why did the Department of Justice (DOJ) get involved in them?

Why is it only the residential real estate brokerage sector of the greater real estate brokerage industry being singled out in these lawsuits?

Is it all part of a greater plan to destroy the residential real estate brokerage industry?

If these issues concern you, listen to this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show to hear Ken's examination of these issues and his opinions.

There have been a significant number of unusual events surrounding the numerous lawsuits against the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) and many of the major residential real estate brokerage firms in the United States.

In this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show, I identify many of these unusual events, my analyses of them, and what leads me to question if the federal government, through the use of the U.S. Department of Justice, is intentionally trying to bankrupt the NAR and these major brokerage firms with the goal to destroy the residential real estate brokerage business.

I look forward to your thoughts and opinions on this topic.

The settlement of the latest lawsuit against the National Association of REALTORS® and major real estate brokerage firms (which is pending court approval) has residential real estate agents concerned about the future of their businesses.

In this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show, Ken explains the issues and provides insight as to how agents can use what appear to be very damaging events to their advantage in providing a new and higher level of service to the public.

This is a "must listen" episode for real estate agents, brokers, and anyone thinking of buying or selling a home in the United States.

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There seems to be a growing negative reaction to the new commission sharing changes brought about by the verdict against the National Association of REALTORS®, Keller-Williams, and Home Services of America, Inc.

In this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show, I lay out the most serious of these negative reactions and offer my views on why I believe this one, if actually carried out, may cause even more serious legal sanctions against the residential real estate brokerage industry.

A lot of real estate agents and brokers are unaware of what branding is and what it's not. They also interchangably use the terms "marketing" and "advertising," as if they were the same thing (which they definitely are NOT).

In this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show I define each of these terms, explain their proper use, and give practical examples of each so they can be easily remembered.

In the 30 states (including my home state of New Jersey) that permit a real estate agent to act as a Transaction Broker, they provide Buyer-Agents what I think is the perfect solution to work with buyers and continue to be paid from the listing agent's commission.

Listen to this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show, and I'll explain why and how to perform as a Transaction Broker.

CHANGE is the only constant that continually occurs throughout the entireties of both our personal and business lives; it is an inevitable and unavoidable fact of life.

As for the changes that occur in our businesses, they're generally easier to predict and to prepare to overcome.

So, why do most real estate agents fear change and do nothing to anticipate future changes and prepare for them? Don't they know that if they don't change they'll be left behind?

Listen to this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show and I'll explain why and also tell you how you can (and should) prepare for future changes in our business.

The fallout over the landmark $1.78 billion verdict against the National Association of REALTORS®, Keller-Williams, and Home Services of America, Inc. continues to deepen and expand throughout the far corners of the residential real estate industry, including a featured article in the Sunday, November 19, 2023 edition of the New York Times.

In this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show, I answer some of the most popular questions being asked by residential real estate agents pertaining how they may be able to move forward in the rapidly and radically changing residential real estate industry.

Considering that the National Association of REALTORS® and major national real estate brokers were found guilty of conspiring to overcharge home sellers and the jury awarded the home sellers $1.78 billion in damages, the question many residential real estate agents are asking is, will residential buyer agents continue to exist?

If you're a buyer agent, a prospective home buyer, or a real estate broker-owner, you won't want to miss this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show in which I discuss this issue, do my analyses, and offer my opinions about what I believe the future holds for residential buyer agents.

If you're a W-2 employee who wants to learn the first steps you to take to start building your personal wealth by investing in real estate, listening to this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show.

In this episode, I tell you what the most important preliminary steps are that must be taken, and the order in which they should be done before you buy your first investment property.

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This is a Special Bulletin Episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show.

In this episode, I give an update and identify what I believe will be some of the potential impact on residential real estate agents as a result of the verdict in the class-action lawsuit brought by home sellers against The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), Keller-Williams, and Home Services of America, Inc. being the Defendants.

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