Clean Slate: New Year: Real Estate Goals 2013

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Real Estate Agent with Bozeman Montana Real Estate .net

Business success is an odd thing to gauge because there are so many components to it. Reflecting on this year I can affirmatively say that 2012 has been a blessing, a success, and carries the momentum I hope to move forward with in 2013.

As a business, setting personal and team goals allows everyone in the office to move in a united direction. Here are the questions I am pondering as I develop my 2013 business goals. What questions are you asking yourself? If you have some answers to these, feel free to share your thoughts/ideas below!

FOR AGENTS

Q: As agents build a plan for the New Year, where should they begin?

Q: Where should I and my agents place our energy and attention in 2013?

Q: Why is a marketing plan important to success in 2013?

FOR CLIENTS

Q: How do I improve my return client rate?

Q: I would really like to make sure my clients are as educated as possible so that not only am I protecting their interests in a transaction, but they feel like they are knowledgeable enough to be secure in the decisions they are making: How to I make real estate education assessable?

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Hi Jenifer, I don't know if I have the answers to your questions but I can offer a few thoughts.

With your last question, I would keep supplying useful information on your website and blog that will not only educate your clients but also serve to convince future clients that you are the authority in your town.

Regarding client return rate, do a great job when the transaction is happening and then keep in touch with them periodically between now and their next home sale or purchase.

It sounds like you had a great year and plans for an even better 2013!

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