Why 2018 will be a great year for agents?
Agents play the important role of the bridge between consumer and industry. It’s the job of real estate agents to communicate the industry’s climate and news with lay consumers. They bring education, experience, and guidance to homebuyers. As directors and managers of these key real estate players, it is important to know how best to motivate and engage them. Here are some tips and tricks to fully maximize your agents’ efficiency in today’s market.
The real estate market is constantly changing. It’s important to equip your team with the latest information and skills. Homeowners have always needed detailed and specific information during the buying or selling process, but recent tax and policy changes have only introduced more questions. More and more homeowners are turning to agents to help them navigate these waters. Are your agents prepared for every scenario? Real estate agents bring clients and money in. Why not give them the best tools to get the job done?
Use Effective Commission Tracking Processes
One of the most important undertakings for the managers of agents is to create and implement good commission plans. What motivates an agent to sell more than a commission? In today’s ever-changing market, automated commission tracking systems are the only way to go. Simplify processes and track your entire team’s progress in one easy platform. This will not only save time but will also provide a critical motivational tool for your agents.
Incentivize Clearly and Accurately
Incentives provide an excellent medium for agent motivation. Incentives must be fully transparent, clearly outlined, and awarded consistently, however. Avoid calculation errors and inconsistent incentive and compensation plans by automating your tracking systems.
Blitz is an automated service that can provide you and your team with full transparency in commission tracking, can help create workforce incentives, and can even provide detailed reports and analysis across agents in seconds. Why not jump start your agents’ sales and give them the upper hand this year?