The average agent spends about 75% of their day in busy, non-productive activities. They are reacting to the crisis of the moment or unclear on what how to leverage the odd moments in a day. The average agent sells 6 homes a year and makes less than $40,000.
The productive agent spends up to 70% of their day in productive activity. They have mastered systems, organization, and delegation- they have more time for productive activities like listing appointments, prospecting, and negotiations. The productive agent sells, on average, 23 homes a year, and makes $250,000.
How did they get there?
Are you using your time as wisely as possible?
The productive agent sat down and thought about what they need to do in order to sell homes. They know they do certain things over and over, again, and they took the time to write it all down. Then they put that list into a system, database, or software platform.
Your ideal system should be real estate specific.
It should calculate the timing of each activity so that your dashboard contains only the most relevant and actionable items. It should present the tools you need to complete the activity right there, where you need them. It should allow you to delegate the activity and track that person for accountability. Lastly, it should make the execution of the activity nearly automatic, saving untold hours of labor, 5 minutes at a time.
Realvolve is that ideal real estate crm system.
What would you do if you could capture back entire days, even weeks, from your "busy" time?
Would you sell more homes? Or, perhaps, would you have more life?
"Don't count the days, make the days count."
Amen, Champ. Amen.