When it comes to your real estate career, you really only have three choices—be an agent ON a team, be an agent who GROWS a team or be a SOLO agent who does their own thing.
There are pros and cons to each option and there is no one-sized-fits-all “right” answer for every real estate agent, despite what you may be seeing or hearing elsewhere.
So, how do you know which is the right choice for YOU?
Grow a real estate team
Oftentimes growing a team is seen as a mark of success in the real estate industry, but is it the right move for YOU?
Be on a real estate team
Being on a team can be a great way for new agents to get clients quickly and also a great way for seasoned agents to get help with the parts of being a real estate agent they may not love.
Be a solo agent
I’ll be the first to tell you, there ain’t no shame in the solo agent game, but it’s crucial you get the help you need as your business grows so you don’t get burned out.
On today’s episode
On today’s episode of Confessions of a Top Producing Real Estate Agent, learn more about what it means to be ON a team, what to keep in mind if you have decided to GROW a team, and how being a SOLO agent can still mean growing your business without growing a team.
I’ll walk you through the pros and cons of each option, when to know when it’s time to change from one to another, and how to make the best decision for YOU no matter how long you’ve been in the business.
Listen in to today’s free training episode and decide once and for all “to be or not to be”…on a team.
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about your instructor
Hi, I'm Jennifer!
I'm a real estate agent, creator of Agent Grad School and host of the podcast Confessions of A Top Producing Real Estate Agent. I teach real estate agents the exact steps I used to become one of the top 1% of agents in the US using online marketing and modern, out-of-the-box business strategies.