Today I’m going to share this real estate agent performance review form with you, and we’ll discuss how to use it. In this mastermind recording, I break down the important data that you must track. It’s important to track your numbers and look at them at least twice a year. Even better, look at your numbers every quarter. This form will help you do this regularly and efficiently.
If you are a leader of a team or a brokerage, this form will help you tremendously with managing your agents. Having regular reviews is super important, and knowing the questions to ask and numbers to track will save you time. It’s good for you as the leader, and it’s good for your people, too. These numbers need to be tracked at the very least twice a year: once at the end of the year, and once around July 1.
During the review, you are looking back at how you’ve done during the last period of time. This will allow you to adjust and make the necessary changes needed to move into the next period of time. On this form, you will project what you must do going forward to meet your goals.
In exchange for subscribing to our newsletter, you can download this Quarterly & Mid-Year Review Form for FREE. It’s our go-to real estate agent performance review form template that we use with our coaching clients, too. Click the button below to download.
Be sure to watch the video included in this blog. I walk through each section of the form and explain what each part means and why it’s important. All the numbers that you fill in on this form are important to track. There’s no fluff — we created this template to be streamlined and include only the important data.
Tracking this information is crucial. Here are the topics that you must track. These are broken down in the real estate performance review form you can download above.
Yes, this real estate agent performance review form is very helpful for teams and brokerages. That said, you can use it on yourself, too! It’s a great way to keep yourself accountable. You are running a business, and you can’t just go based on motivation and inspiration. You need to track your numbers on a regular basis in order to be successful.