Does your day sound like this?
Check MLS for properties for a new client, return calls, place an ad for a new listing, make sure inspection is on schedule, return more calls, iron out problems on two different contracts, show properties all afternoon, write a contract, and try to remember to eat lunch. Return more calls all evening while searching MLS before going to bed and then start doing it all again tomorrow.
It did to Caroline Maki who, until recently, was one of RE/MAX’s top agents. She was among their top one percent of agents in country, in top 20 for Georgia, and a member of RE/MAX’s Hall of Fame and Platinum Club. She had also received Meritorious Achievement Award from Atlanta Board of Realtors®. Maki had a team of buyers’ agents and administrative assistants, and she was totally burned out.
“Every year, I was working harder to make what I’d made year before. I had no time for family, church, or any hobbies. It was all work, work, work. I had no balance in my life,” says Maki. “You get to a certain level with awards and money, but where do you go after that? How long can you keep working at that pace?”
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If you are wondering where this business will take you in next 5 to 10 years or you are wondering how long you can continue at your current pace, read on...
As you know Real Estate is one of FASTEST GROWING industries in world! Last year alone almost 7 million homes were sold producing 15 trillion dollars in sales. This generated 75 billion dollars in real estate commissions! Even though real estate industry is booming most real estate agents feel like they are not making kind of money that they would like.
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