To an outsider, being a real estate agent is a profession that is full of glamour and lots of money. Of course, top producing realtors earn decent amount of money and live a luxurious life. But even they have gone through a phase where they had to learn hard lessons from their clients. If you are an aspiring real estate agent, here is how to become prepared for these hard to swallow pills.
There are many careers without steady paychecks month after month, and real estate is one of them. You are flooded with calls from your clients in the spring and summer months, with a steady stream of leads to work. But once the weather cools, so does the market. In the winter months, work may slow down if not come to a standstill. But having no or slow work in winter doesn’t mean your business as a realtor can go on a hibernation. Here is how to make the most of available time during slow real estate periods.
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Being a real estate agent in a housing market with a very small inventory of houses can be an unenviable job. How do you satisfy your clients having such great expectations when you do not have the inventory to match their demands? This is exactly what most real estate agents across the country are going to face this spring when buyers come out in droves.
It isn’t news to any real estate agents that the country is facing a housing shortage, and that the tight inventory is driving prices up to unaffordability for many buyers. But while the shortage presents a challenge, don’t let it be an excuse for very few numbers of deals! With some extra work, you can find homes for your buyers. Here’s how: