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The Keys to Real Estate Success 

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Interestingly, the vast majority of real estate agents who I've asked have asked themselves, “How do I take my real estate business to the highest point possible?” I just chuckle and tell them I don't see them being rich any time soon. They say they often wonder the same thing but have no idea how to get there. 



The goal of this piece is to investigate and debate all of the crucial characteristics of a productive best realtor in langley. The provided characteristics have been ranked and developed after extensive consultation with significant real estate players. 


1- Effective Use of Time 


A reliable real estate agent will never advance in their career without mastering the art of time management. It demonstrates the agent's dedication to the job and can generate fresh leads. 


Further, I am certain that it is not time management but rather attitude management that is necessary from an agent. Time management is what I prefer to refer to as self-management. 


Methods for Managing One's Time i. Keeping a Daily Checklist 

Plan your shifts and give 100% to your work. Except in extreme cases, you shouldn't spend the entire day on a single task like prospecting, selling, negotiating, etc. 


Every day should begin with a well-thought-out plan that incorporates all necessary tasks (you may spend as little as 10 minutes on this). 


Sometimes, I've even seen part-time (say, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.) agents make more than full-time ones. They push themselves because they know that if they don't do their hardest, they won't get the job done in the allotted time. 


  1. Decide what you want to accomplish and make it a priority.

You shouldn't be working in this field if you can't manage your time and effort well. If, despite setting goals, you find it difficult to see them through, it may be time to reevaluate your approach and resolve. If you create goals that you know you can't reach, you're setting yourself up for failure. 


 Focus more on listing creation than client service. 

If you've built up a solid selection of desirable listings, you may not need to constantly interact with buyers and sellers. If you advertise your properties with many brokerages, you can still earn a commission from potential buyers even if you're on vacation with the family. 


You should focus 75% of your time on stocking up and 25% on making sales.  


  1. Focus on maintaining the listed property, not finding new ones.


In most cases, real estate agents may show a single buyer dozens of properties in an attempt to find one that is perfect for the buyer. The poor agent sighs coldly and looks for new property possibilities as the client's tastes and preferences shift and get more sophisticated. 


What if we switched tactics and started showing the same house to a large number of potential buyers at once? 


I will demonstrate with an example how an increase in foot traffic might boost a property's chances of being sold. 


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