The other day I sat down with a small group of real estate agents at a coffee shop and we discussed goal setting for 2008. Most all want to do better this year than last year, so when asked how many homes they wished to sell, they had a definite number in mind that they would feel happy with given the current economic turbulence.After listening to each one go through their rational of why they thought they could achieve this goal or how they hoped they could. It occurred to me that they needed to break this goal down into more realistic sub-goals and terms if they are to achieve this. For instance if you want to sell 10 million dollars worth of real estate in 2008 and the average price in your area is down drastically then you will most likely have to sell more homes.So, let us say that your average house in your area is selling for $250,000 well then you need to sell 40 homes right? Well is that really achievable? That is 10 homes a quarter, 3.3 homes per month or a home every 8-9 days. This is most likely unrealistic, but how can we… Read full this story
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