Don’t you just love planning out your year: setting goals and targets, plotting strategy and milestones, working on your bigger vision for the business? What, you don’t love this?
Uh oh, that might be a problem.
It’s your business for Pete’s sake. You need to have everything in order. Dot your I’s, cross your t’s.
In our previous blog, Why Some Deals Don’t Close, we explored some of the reasons why real estate deals can fall apart. We acknowledged what a massive challenge this is for the realtor involved, who has in effect just worked for free.
It got us to thinking, is there some way that real estate agents can protect their hard earned commissions. We investigated this and have found some ideas. Continue reading
Real estate agents everywhere know the pain of this situation: the deal doesn’t close. After all the time and work invested in the property transaction, it all comes to no good end. Realtors tell us how disheartening this scenario is and also how many serious problems it can create for them. The main problem, of course, is financial. Work equals money, right? Well, not in every sector and real estate certainly tops that list. What is a realtor to do when their investment collapses and the weeks, months put into the deal leave them empty-handed? One deal that does not close can set you the agent back hard.