Most of us have a dream or vision that we hope will come true one day. Personal or business related, for many agents these desires and hopes are often unattainable without the dedication and hard work.
On this session of #RealEstateUnscripted we talk to Tyler Smith. Tyler is the founder and CEO of SkySlope, the leading transaction management platform with a vision to keep brokers and agents connected to the customer forever.
Client expectations are increasing, and for many clients, their appreciation of the real estate professional's contribution is eroding. Having invested in communicating the benefits in working with their office, there are ways brokers can increase their value in the eyes of clients.
Perhaps you’ve experienced this. There are some places that are just terrible to work where you can cut the tension with a knife, and others that feel invigorating, motivating yet comfortable. Why are they so different? Most would argue the culture.
In this post, we will outline the fundamentals of agent commission structures of brokers so that you can understand and optimize your sales agent structures, motivating your team to higher levels of productivity - and a healthier bottom line.
Have you been engaged in inspiring activities that moved your business forward? If not, it’s likely that you’ve been spending too much time on organizational tasks. Luckily, there are tons of tools available nowadays to organize your work and free up time to do the things that really matter.
As a real estate broker, your business success allows you enough money available and be able to pay bills but also to position your business to take advantage of market opportunities such as securing the best agents or expanding into additional territories.
Most brokers would agree that measuring agent performance is crucial to success - to help you make strategic decisions, you need to know how your agents are doing. But, what exactly should you be tracking when looking at performance?
Commission structures can be very complex, making it a less transparent part of your business. Often, brokers just don’t really know what’s going on. Here are three things you can do to gain a better understanding of real estate commissions.