Change is inevitable, and whether you like it or not, that’s exactly what the housing market has been experiencing in recent years.
Real estate professionals have had to adapt in order to prepare for tomorrow. Those looking to thrive—rather than just survive—must understand how to prepare their businesses for whatever the market may bring.
In this exclusive RISMedia Premier report, we take a look at what agents, brokers and industry influencers are doing to ensure their businesses can succeed regardless of market conditions.
Key takeaways include:
- Current industry challenges and tips for developing a gameplan to help your business thrive
- Consumer trends for the next 12 – 24 months and strategies to deliver a high-quality client experience
- Back-to-basics strategies and tried-and-true practices to keep business coming your way
- Insight from industry leaders on recruitment, retention and culture
- New tech tools and trends coming down the pike and what that could mean for your business
Section 1: Preparing for Tomorrow’s Challenges, Today
Understanding the challenges ahead is essential to creating a game plan for the future. Here are some of the more prominent hurdles on the horizon and how to prepare accordingly.
Section 2: Building a Consumer-Minded Business
Accounting for consumer trends is vital to the housing market and the client experience you provide. Pay attention to these trends that will be coming down the pike to navigate consumers through the market shift.
Section 3: Agent Strategies for a Transitioning Market
Real estate professionals share their tried-and-true tips and strategies for thriving despite shifting market conditions, beginning with getting back to basics and leveraging relationships.
Section 4: Keeping the Lifeblood of Your Business Healthy
An essential cog in the brokerage machine is your ability to recruit and retain agents. See what it takes to become a viable landing spot for agents, and how a strong and supportive culture can work wonders.
Section 5: Harnessing the Power of Tech
Technology and social media will continue to transform the real estate industry, making it imperative that agents and brokers understand how to embrace and implement new tools while optimizing those currently available.