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Building your Real Estate Sales Team

1. Are you managing people or are you managing a system that manages people?
The number one challenge real estate agents have is “time starvation” due to the simple fact they are trying to do everything vs. delegating non-revenue producing activities to someone else. Why systems? You are able to stop reacting and accomplish your specific objectives on a daily basis. You will be able to predict your results if your business is managed and measured consistently. Your capacity for growth will increase dramatically.

2. Do you have a job or are you running a business?
How much revenue are you producing on a consistent basis when you aren’t at work? This is the simple distinction between having a job and running a business. A business generates ongoing revenues regardless of whether you are there or not. With a job, you don’t show up, the revenues stop. Do you want to keep trading hours for dollars? “But my clients want to meet with and work with me”. That’s where you’re wrong. The consumer doesn’t hire you they hire the way you run your business. How are you currently running your real estate business?

3. How do you create your systems before assembling your team?
Take the time and write down every task and action that is required to run your business. Be very detailed in this step so that you don’t have questions come up after you have created your team. Now describe how each action step is to be completed, how it will be measured, and who is responsible.

4. Managing your team
This is where the real work takes place. You have been a successful salesperson for years so it should be real easy to assemble a group of people, tell them how “I do it”, they do it, and everyone’s happy, right? It doesn’t quite work that way. You must transition from salesperson to leader or manager. If you’re not a good manager you will experience high turnover which will decrease your production overnight. Here are some simple steps to follow: Have a business plan, be organized, inspire your team, and constantly be evaluating and measuring.

5. Basic activities for your real estate team
Let’s get specific with the general activities for your real estate team. Lead Generation, Qualifying, Sellers, Listing Coordination, Working with Buyers, Marketing and Advertising, Negotiating Contracts, Transaction Management, Managing your Website and Online Initiatives, Database Management, and Administrative Functions.

6. Positions required for your team

  • Transaction Manager
  • Listing Manager
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Buyer’s Agents
  • Marketing, Advertising, and Web Manager

 

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Success Stories

The top three reasons that I would recommend RE/MAX Little Oak are power of association, training, and brand recognition.

The greatest lesson that I have learned was to work harder on yourself than you do at your job.

As a sales associate of RE/MAX, buyers and sellers already know I am with RE/MAX before I meet them.

Andrew Bracewell

The greatest benefit is the RE/MAX Little Oak Training and to be associated with the many successful Real Estate professionals here.

I would recommend RE/MAX Little Oak because of the excellent training that you are exposed to here at Little Oak, the ongoing expertise of the Management and the way the office is run, especially conveyancing, and that I am just one phone call away from a ‘HELP’ call should I need assistance.

Shelley Gossett

I had never seriously considered becoming a RE/MAX realtor thinking I could never afford to work at this caliber of a company. However, after meeting with Ray, I saw that if I ramped up my production it would actually cost me less than the other company.

I saw that RE/MAX would provide me with the support, credibility and confidence to excel in the industry—so I “jumped ship”! I have benefited so much purely by associating with realtors who have their heights set on higher levels of service and sales production.

In my first calendar year as a licensed realtor, I completed over 68 transactions in the first 10 months! I have achieved my goal of being in the Top 10% agents at RE/MAX Little Oak, and I went from Rookie of the year to being in the Top 1% of single agents in our board out of 3000+ realtors.

One of the single biggest things I learned was how to earn over 38% more in commissions on listings. Thanks Ray!

Ben Hardy

As a sales associate of RE/MAX Little Oak Realty, the greatest benefit has been the realtors that I work with.

I would recommend RE/MAX Little Oak to another realtor because of the working environment and the stability of ownership.

Stan Wiebe

The greatest benefit as a sales associate at Re/MAX Little Oak has been that the other realtors have been overly helpful.

The 3 top reasons that I would recommend RE/MAX Little Oak is the RE/MAX Little Oak family - you feel like you belong, the ability to obtain advice and guidance from some of the most successful realtors and management in the whole of Canada, and the name itself draws clients. 

Mentioning that I was with RE/MAX Little Oak, greatly helped when dealing with buyers and sellers - RE/MAX is a powerful selling tool and is held in great regard in the real estate world.

Tom O`Hara

One of the greatest benefits of RE/MAX is being surrounded by Top Producing Agents and seeing firsthand the work it takes to succeed in this business.

RE/MAX offers name brand recognition that is comparable to none. RE/MAX is advertised everywhere you look!

People know RE/MAX and associate with “THE” leader in the industry. This organization has a high level of professionalism that goes before you.

Steve Kooner

Last week I was working on a listing. The potential client had talked with me and another realtor and had asked her daughter what she should do.

Her daughter, who had sold real estate years ago said, “Go with the guy from RE/MAX.

That company has the best realtors, hands down.” I got the listing!

Larry Siebert

In the eyes of my clients, my association with RE/MAX has established me as a true professional! The effect of my move to RE/MAX was amazing. Instant recognition as a RE/MAX professional.

Millions of dollars are spent annually to promote the RE/MAX image and... it works! It’s that simple.

The support and synergy in the office is outstanding too.

I am surrounded by people who are driven by a desire to rise above the crowd.

Randy Dyck

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