Trying to predict the future is always a risky business. Especially in our industry where market indicators can change slightly and new overnight experts show up every day. Over the last few years, there has been a lively discussion in the industry about the rise of teams. Is it just a passing fad, or will teams one day become the new normal? I believe we can solve it.
This spring, I commissioned an independent national survey to conduct the real estate team’s first data-driven analysis.here is just A few of what we have discovered.
the team is very well received
More than three in four (77%) of survey respondents reported having a positive or very positive experience with their real estate team. The numbers are consistent across generations, gender, income and work history, demonstrating that teams are extremely popular among those who work in them. Respondents value the sense of accountability, community, and collaboration teams foster, which they say leads to improved sales performance.
This finding comes as no surprise to those of us who have advocated the team model, but it remains one of the most important. It shows that the team has real endurance and is more than just a fancy.
Agent says team drives success
More than 7 in 10 (72%) of agents on the team said they would never join the team Essential to their success. Even more (85%) say being on a team gives them a competitive advantage. This represents a significant shift in thinking across the industry. For years many have felt that being a solo agent was the best way to find success, but we believe that not only is success and satisfaction possible, but it is more sustainable in a team setting. I have learned that it is possible.
there’s more to do
Overall, the results of this study indicate a strong current and continued desire for teams. But it also shows that many teams have yet to reach their full potential. Despite reporting high rates of positive experiences and success, only 55% of his respondents (just over half) said that being on a team had the effect they wanted on their lives. said to have brought
However, respondents also provided a wealth of information about attitudes regarding leadership style, workplace culture, training, challenges, etc. It has value for people who develop it. It helps you truly understand why your team succeeds and the pitfalls they may experience.
We are so excited to share this exciting and valuable information with our agents and teams around the world! If you lead or are part of a real estate team, https://workmansuccess.com/teamstudy To download a free copy of our national survey.
Val Workman is the founder, CEO Workman Success Systems is a real estate consulting firm that specializes in performance coaching and building highly effective teams.Free access to some of the exact same tools and resources He has been successful in his client’s business.