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There are no magical ways of advancing in real estate. But here are seven tips that can help you:
When you first start in the real estate field you will feel alone, because it is hard when you don’t have someone to lean on. So your first mission should be finding someone on your level someone who is also starting. It makes the learning process much easier. Or even better try finding someone who is already a successful agent who can teach you a few market tricks.
This is what you need to focus on. Focus on picking one area and mastering it. As a new agent, your scripts and dialogs, your communication with clients and possible prospects, back and forth motion of communication is what you need to focus on and absolutely master. To the degree, you know how to communicate effectively, powerfully, emotionally, but also backed up with logical information. The biggest missing ingredient in this industry is proper and effective sales training.
This is a sort of career where it is all about you. Your image, knowledge, your business, so you have to be prepared to put yourself out there. Whether it a blog, shiting or a social media platform you have to be present everywhere. That is what’s going to attract people to you and your agent’s abilities. Provide value and it will be rewarded.
Even when you get your license it doesn’t stop there. All throughout your real estate career you’re gonna wanna get trained, different things are going to come up, things are going to change in the industry, new tools new tips so you will need to follow the trend. There is always something new to learn.
Threat your real estate business as a job. Hold yourself accountable. If you re transitioning from part-time or full-time job to real estate there is going to be a lot of changes. There is nos boss in the morning to wake you up, no clock in, clock out, there is not going to be a paycheck every two weeks or every month. S you need to be very disciplined. Your time your processes, be serious with your future.
You cannot be comparing yourself with top agents, especially if you re brand new. You can not expect from yourself to close 50 deals when you are not even calling. So don’t be comparing your success to others because, in the end, everyone is different, everyone does things differently. Just take notes of what they are doing and implement it to your business plan, and don’t think you are failing just because you are seeing others succeed.
Make your practice tougher than the game. Set your goals and be prepared, so when you face the client you will be ready to make an impression and sale.