Back in March, COVID-19 hit the U.S., and the real estate industry was thrown into a tailspin. Agents across the country were forced to reevaluate and make changes to keep their businesses afloat.
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People are packing up their flip-flops and sunblock, ditching the Jimmy Buffet playlists, and getting ready for a new season of early morning to-do’s, freshly ironed business clothes, and afternoons of sports-practice chauffeuring.
As a real estate agent, what effect does the seasonal change-over have on your business?
Are you prepared to continue nabbing new listings even as the market declines over the next few “off months?”
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Have you ever had a setback in life or a failure that really knocked you backward? They happen to all of us. We're humans; we're not robots. We do make mistakes. So when it happens, how do you recover?
Here are 6 ways that have helped me get back up, pull my crap together and move on with life. I'd like to share them with you today.
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Are you successfully farming an area for your real estate business?
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You hear me say it all the time:
“Keep working smart!”
“Work smarter, not harder!”
But without explaining exactly what I mean, I can’t possibly expect you to follow my advice, now can I?
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While you’re adapting your business to effectively operate through the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s a good chance your referral partners are doing the same.
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While real estate can be a highly lucrative career choice, it’s also fairly inconsistent. While you could rake in tens of thousands one month, you might have nothing coming in the next. But that doesn’t mean you need to work a 9 to 5 job to avoid the cycle of feast or famine.
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Even though this spring season has been anything but normal, we are still heading into the summer months, when people historically are more likely to buy and sell homes.
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“You have to reevaluate why you're doing this business. If you don't reevaluate why you're doing this, you're in the wrong business — any business.”