Those considering or just getting started in real estate often take to heart antiquated real estate selling tips. Post housing market crash, and with the inherent implications of today’s mobile and digital era, there are new rules…
Don’t Fall Victim to False Impressions
These erroneous beliefs top the list of things that cost new agents a future in the real estate industry:
1. Overinflated expectations.
While it’s good to think positive, many agents have greater expectation at their career onset than their budget can support. High income expectations, coupled with underestimated expenses, take many new agents off the market within their first 2 years in the field.
2. Making it on family/friend referrals.
Your entry into the real estate industry does not mean that all of your family members and friends will miraculously list and/or purchase a home. Or do so with you. While you may earn a few referrals from this group, it pays to realize your friends and family may already have trusted associates in the realty business.
3. Relying on advertising brokers.
Have your name mentioned on a broker’s website or in their print advertising? This floor time is great, but it’s not going to net you a deluge of weekly leads. It’s going to take far more legwork than that.
4. Losing potential customers to ‘assumptions.’
When new customers approach, assumptions can be deadly. Is that potential buyer with the dirty, torn clothing broke, or the working owner of the local construction company? Big deals often come in surprise packages. Look to every customer as a prospect, treating them in-kind – or you could quickly regret it.
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