“If it is to be, it is up to me.”   If you have made the decision to build a real estate team, then commit to the idea and start acting like you need a talented team around you.  You should never make a hire until you already have more business than you can handle.  So if you can commit to proactively attempting to generate business on a systematic and continuous basis over time it is realistic to assume that you will need the help of other people to continue lead generating in the future.

Always take time to hire top talent.  Agents that don’t hire in advance of the need will often wait until they are far too busy to make an effective hire.  They hire out of emergency to avert a crisis rather than hire strategically to grow a business.  If you want to be a top producing agent, you must learn that you are only as good as your last hire.  So its important that you make and take the time to be selective so that you don’t end up pushing the panic button and hiring your cousin that just happens to need a job right now.

Real Estate Training

Scripts for Building Referral Networks from Business Relationships

Scripts for Buyers: How to Show Less Homes

Agent Websites that Generate Real Estate Leads

Just Listed & Just Sold Real Estate Scripts

What to Say When Calling FSBO Sellers for Listings

Managing & Compensating Buyers Agents on Real Estate Teams

Easy Ways to Ask Your Clients for Referrals

How to Compensate & Structure Real Estate Teams

How Realtors Build Referral Based Businesses

The 5 Ways to Mirror & Match Client Behavior

When & How Realtors Should Make their First Administrative Hire

Top Producing Realtor Prospecting Scripts

The 3 Primary Duties of a Top Producing Realtor

Scripts for Overcoming Listing Presentation Objections

How to List For Sale By Owner (FSBO) Homes

When Should I Start a Real Estate Team?

How to Conduct Better Real Estate Team Meetings