In this High Performance Podcast for Real Estate Agents Josh Phegan and Alexander Phillips talk about why you need to get off your plateau and go for growth. Alex advises doing the simple things right and offers examples of what to do, and he observes that you've got to really want to grow and do the work. Josh adds that you don't leave a campaign without having generated something else off the back of it.
Josh states that you've got to have a hunger that drives you, and Alex describes some of the ways an agent can consistently feel that push to get the market appraisals, listings and market share you need to chase your dreams.
Today's High Performance Podcast for Real Estate Agents features Josh Phegan and Alexander Phillips on the importance of lifting up your team members. Josh proposes transitioning them into being able to do all of the functions inside of your business. Alex elaborates on having capable people, letting them make mistakes and learn from that, how he guides his people through their learning process and handles different levels of productivity.
Josh and Alex discuss how much you should throw to the co-agent when working with customers, when to let them work without you being there, and establishing customer confidence in working directly with that co-agent.
This podcast features Josh Phegan and Alexander Phillips on the buyer-seller customer and the buyer-seller list, discovering what the customer wants to do, explaining what they need to understand about the process, and unlocking their finances so you can progress them.
This High Performance Podcast for Real Estate Agents features Josh Phegan and Alexander Phillips on depth of market relative to the size of your marketplace. Alex advises having a variety of properties rather than specialising in one price range, which allows you to maintain greater volume. He notes the need to understand the ebb and flow of your marketplace, and Josh explains how listing ahead of the spring auction campaigns sets you up for the rest of the year.
They discuss establishing yourself as your vendor's trusted advisor, Your expectations vs. what the market will actually respond to, and positioning yourself now to get momentum for January to avoid the joyless roller coaster of no stock/too much stock next year.