Sometimes, real estate agents do more than simply real estate sales. Sometimes, some real estate agents go to classes for continuing education (outside of the required CE). Or, the agent may present key facts about market conditions to a group of interested local businesses or residents or online community.
And, the agent may check with other agent(s) to see if the agent(s) may want to make a move from their current brokerage to their brokerage.
All these things require time away from sales but are indicative of agents who are interested in becoming knowledgeable about the more complex issues in real estate and who are avidly interested about helping their community understand those issues and current market conditions,
These agents love their company and want others to experience what is good about the company.
Do these agents usually attract more business because of their positive outlook on their profession, their community and involvement in their community, and their company? Often, this is the case with well-rounded agents who focus on more than just their own pocketbook.
If you are a real estate agent, do you have a multiple or primary focus? Do you work at being well-rounded or being a one-trick pony? At this point in the real estate industry, agents who are able to compartmentalize their professional time opt for better time management, multiple avenues of professional growth and furthering the company's name in the community and beyond.
All these options of action lead to a better level of client satisfaction and a better professional career as a real estate agent.
Which agent are you? If you're interested in what a brokerage has to offer to help you be well-rounded and of greater value to your community, I'd love to share what we can do for (and with) you.
My contact information is above in the website header, or you can simply call (937) 623-9441 today for a confidential chat over coffee. Or, give me a shout-out or DM on Twitter: @ginakay. It'll be great to connect with you!