Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Why It’s Critical You Build Your Own Team

Building a real estate team is something I highly recommend if you’re a solo agent. I know from experience.

If you’re an agent who doesn’t have a real estate team, I think it’s critical that you think about building one, and there are several reasons why. I used to do everything myself, and there are enormous benefits to be had by having a full team behind you. 

Below I’ve posted timestamps of my full discussion listing the advantages of building a real estate team so you can skip ahead to pertinent sections as you please:

0:45 - The disadvantages of being an agent who doesn’t have a team behind them. 

2:19 - The No. 1 reason why agents join teams.

3:37 - Making leads work for you.

4:20 - The importance of accountability when handing off leads with team members. 

4:52 - Teaching someone what needs to be done with their lead. 

5:35 - Having tracking mechanisms in place to maintain protocol. 

6:05 - How our system works. 

7:41 - The administrative benefits of building a team and how to teach administrative tasks to new agents. 
As a real estate agent, your team is your biggest leverage point.
For more information on building a team, visit www.workingwithinvestors.com. At the landing page, you’ll be able to enter your name and email. Once you do that, you’ll be added to my private Facebook group where you can ask a specific real estate question anytime you like and I will respond within 24 hours. 

If you have any more questions about how to build a team or how building a team benefits you, don’t hesitate to give me a call or send me an email. I’d be happy to help you.