One thing is certain – COVID-19 did not slow down real estate sales one iota. It did, however, sow tremendous confusion as to how real estate businesses – especially teams – are to function going forward. With COVID-19 restrictions off again – on again, teams are grappling with members reticent to return to the office, a disintegration of the talent pool due to government handouts and questions about the future of brick-and-mortar structures.
On the other side of the coin, crowds are flocking to re-opened open houses, buyer tours are in full swing, and clients are requesting to meet in person instead of enduring Zoom consultations. Couple this with agents who have grown extremely comfortable with virtual meetings and you have a recipe for confusion.
This webinar will help sort through some of the confusion teams are facing and help pave the way forward into the newly emerging future ahead of us.
CEO of The Medford Real Estate Team, Carl Medford, CRS ranks with the top few Realtors® in the San Francisco Bay Area. He's contributed to Trulia's Pro Blog, been quoted in the Washington Post, LA Times, San Francisco's SFGate, CRS's Residential Specialist Magazine and, most recently, interviewed on KPIX 5. He writes a weekly real estate column featured in two East Bay newspapers, is a featured author with www.inman.com and is a sought-after speaker at real estate events and MLSs. A licensed General Contractor, he co-owns The Next Stage, a professional staging company, Rinnovo Home Renewal Solutions, a residential contracting firm specializing in preparing homes for the market and Atresco LLC, an investment company specializing in residential income properties.
Here are some takeaways that you will get from this webinar
- Learn how to develop a team plan for virtual vs brick-and-mortar work environments
- Learn how to identify and resolve key issues around returning to the office
- Learn how to navigate the new realities in recruiting and growing a team
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