Remember failure to plan is planning to fail.
The answers you have to this questions will determine the level of success or progress you will make in 2022.
Think over this and answer them carefully.
How has been your week, hope it was productive ?
Did you make any sales last week?
Have you closed any sales at all even since 2022 began?
Have you go for any site inspections or product knowledge or even seminar this 2022🤔?
Did you earn any income from your real estate business last week, February or Even January?
If you have not earned any income 🙆🏾♂️😳😳😱😨…
What is stopping you from from earning income?
Have you written down your new week goals for the Week?
Who do you spend time with?
Who is your customer?
What are you grateful for?
What cash generating skill do you have ?
List them if you have any and if you don’t how and when do you intend to master one 🤔?
Who will suffer if you do not achieve the goals this week or this February ending?
Where are your client coming from, social media, offline or online , your phone contacts, sponsored ads 🤷🏽♂️🤷🏽♀️?
Did you achieve your goals last week, in February or Even January?
Why didn’t you achieve them and what will you do to make sure you achieve them and what lessons did you learn from them ?
How can you achieve your 1 year goal in 6 months.
What is important to you right now?
Ponder over this as you prepare for your new week.
Dr Laide sayso
[2:22 PM, 3/13/2022] Banty: WHO YOU SHOULD BE IN REAL ESTATE JOURNEY👇👇
A realtor is a seller, a buyer’s advocate, a reviewer, a guardian, an adviser, a negotiator, and a marketer, just to name a few.
There are several qualities and traits that you should portray or find your way to:
1. Be a Problem solver
This is how buyers are wired, they want perfect property but as a realtor do you enjoy coming up with creative solutions to their problems or issues of unsatisfaction?
2. Knowledge is power
Staying up-to-date on the latest topics in real estate and the local market will allow you to service clients more effectively. Continuing education and professional development are doors to opportunities that you can utilize to expand your business options and stay at the forefront of the real estate field.
At the end of the day, you get out of it what you put into it. There is a certain level of investment needed (time, energy, and money) to make any career successful.
3. Be a Self-motivated realtor.
Having a desire to control your professional destiny and be your supervisor is a trait shared by top realtors. To be successful in real estate requires a high degree of self-motivation, drive, and smart decision making.
4. Hustle and tenacity
Being a top-selling realtor requires a great work ethic. You must have the tenacity to pursue every lead and the hustle to market properties to have success. It’s not just about putting in a lot of time—it’s about working smart, putting in the right amount of time, and doing whatever is necessary to close the deal.
Having a true interest in passion can give you an advantage over others. If your knowledge and interest level are apparent in conversations, your clients will see that you care about the industry you’re in.
6. Honesty and integrity
Your professional reputation is crucial to a long and successful career in real estate. How do you maintain or how are you planning to maintain this professional journey?
7. Engaging personality
A good realtor doesn’t just sell properties—they sell themselves. It’s important to show your real personality. People will respond to you if you have a great attitude, are personable and honest, have confidence in your abilities, and are interested in helping them and others.
8. Attention to detail
Paying close attention to the details is imperative for your real estate career. A complete realtor is attentive to the unique needs of their clients. If you are organized, follow up with leads, communicate well, and pay attention to the needs of your clients, you will close more deals.
9. Build a network of connections
Successful/intending realtors have a vast network of contacts within the market they serve. This list of connections should include other realtors, families, convince-able families, prospects and representatives, potential buyers and more.
Success comes from identifying and developing a focus or niche that allows you to distinguish yourself from the competition.