This is the perfect time to review the goals you set earlier this year and analyze the progress you made during the year. Most importantly, reviewing your goals now will help you create goals for next year. Here’s how to do a year-end review. Continue reading
Is one of you goals to become even more successful in 2018? Now is when many agents and brokers begin to think about what they’d like to achieve in the coming year. Whether or not you’ll succeed in achieving those goals depends on the habits you’ve developed over your career. Your habits do more than help you succeed; they also decide how effective and efficient you are as an agent. If you want to improve, look at your habits first. Continue reading
For some agents, the fourth quarter signifies a winding down of business. After all, the holiday season and winter months aren’t typically busy times in real estate so these agents coast through the rest of the year, only to start at square one in January. True professionals know this is not the time to hibernate for the winter—instead the final quarter of the year is the perfect time to ask for referrals and fill your pipeline with leads to see you through the beginning of 2018. However, that doesn’t mean you need to forego fun in the process. Since the autumn and upcoming holiday season are the most social times of the year, get social with your clients! Here’s how: Continue reading
Are you close to achieving your goals this year? If so, well done! Keep it up. However, if you’re not where you wanted to be by this time of the year, here are some tips to help you get back on track and catch up. Continue reading
A vibrant database is essential to a thriving business. How to you build a vibrant database? It’s simple: by growing and nurturing your relationships through consistent communication. That is, you have to make sure you mail your marketing items each month, call your clients to check in, write personal notes and deliver Pop-Bys to your top clients. Continue reading
If you want to be more productive, you don’t have to make sweeping changes at work or in your life—you can become more productive one small habit at a time. After all, the most successful people in the real estate industry aren’t born more productive than their peers. They don’t have a secret formula that makes them more productive. Instead, they’ve developed their habits over time in order to become more productive. Here are five habits to help you get started. Continue reading
As a real estate professional, you’ve been at the helm of many listing presentations, and we’re sure you have the battle stories to prove it. Listing presentations offer the best opportunity to show your potential clients you’re the best qualified person to market and sell their home. The secret to a great listing presentation is preparation. Here are five ways to knock your next listing presentation out of the park. Continue reading
When you improve your mind, you’ll improve your business. The more time you set aside for personal and professional growth and development, the more successful you’ll be in your business. It’s true—the most successful real estate professionals understand that in order to offer you clients the highest level of service, it’s vital to keep one’s skills sharp, habits good and attitude positive. Here’s how: Continue reading
It’s the beginning of the year, a time when many of us set goals for our businesses and personal lives. However, many people will forget about these goals within a few months because they haven’t made SMART goals. SMART goals are Specific and written, Measurable, have an Achievable outcome, are Realistic in time and skill and are Time-based. These goals tap into your strengths to help you achieve the numbers you want to this year in regards to closings, leads and referrals. Here’s how to set them.
1. Picture success. Visualization is a powerful tool that allows you to focus on the most important aspects of success. It’s more than choosing an arbitrary number to shoot for—it involves seeing how achieving your goals will impact your life. When you take the time to see every detail of the future you’d like to live, it can motivate you to achieve your goals.
2. Break it down. Goals are easier to achieve when they’re broken down into smaller pieces. Break down your large goals into smaller goals, including 10-day goals and 3 month goals. Think of these goals as milestones that will keep you motivated and will make achieving your goals a bit easier.
3. Track. We can’t stress enough the importance of tracking. When you document your activities and results, you create a clearer picture of your progress and provide motivation when you need it most.
We created Referral Maker® CRM to make it easy and fun to work by referral. Referral Maker allows you to do more than document your connections with your database, you can track your activities, plan your business and even set and manage goals for your business and life. Visit ReferralMaker.com to learn more and get on track to achieve your goals this year.
Want to make sure your team is on track to reach their goals this year? With Referral Maker® CRM for Teams, you can generate powerful new reports that provide insight into your team’s productivity, transactions and lead progress. No more wondering what your team your team is up to and how many transactions they have in the pipelines. Just open the correct report and get all the information you need, in real time. Continue reading