REAL ESTATE TEAM BUILDING 101

REAL ESTATE TEAM BUILDING 101

REAL ESTATE TEAM BUILDING 101

Many real estate gurus suggest that real estate teams are the future of real estate. Why? Because once you hit a certain level of achievement, your ability to produce more is capped. You can only do so much alone.

Real Estate Team Building 101 Form

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Some of what you will learn

Are You Ready to Hire Someone?

The first question you need to ask yourself is whether you are ready to hire someone to your team or if you should continue to work alone. Typically, if you have begun asking this question, then the answer is likely to be yes.

Steps to Hiring

When you first begin the hiring process, it is good to keep your identity secret. You can do this by using an anonymous email as well as an anonymous voicemail service. This keeps you from having to deal with individuals calling you outside the constraints of the hiring process you have set up.

Things to Look for In a Buyer’s Agent

Your team’s values will guide your hiring process. Knowing who YOU are and what is important to YOU will make the process of finding someone who is a fit for your culture much easier.

Retention

One of the biggest costs associated with building a team is the training involved. That is why it is important to do what you can to retain the members you’ve chosen.

Real Estate Team Building 101 Form

Planning Ahead

It takes more than understanding why you want a team because putting together a team is hard. In fact, team building often fails. Why? It is due to lack of planning. You cannot just start hiring people with no idea what you want them to do, what makes sense for them to do, or why you want them to do things.