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We’ll be a straight-talker. One of the industries with undergoing changes on multiple fronts is real estate. General consensus of many experts in the field suggests that mortgage interest rates, home prices, housing supply, shifting work dynamics, technology, and new opportunities are causing changes in how real estate agents are doing business.
The Question Would you and your firm be able to keep up with these changes?
Do you know any strategy that you could put into action today that can unload the burden of adapting to these changes?
Honestly, the bold answer is outsourcing.
The answer is a partner that can synergize with you. The answer is Synergist Corporate Solutions.
Whether you have a handful of staff working for you, or you’ve grown your workforce to a thousand, the need for outsourcing solutions remains equal for both. Your key personnel can be relieved of banal repetitive tasks in order for them to focus on more urgent and highly-pressing issues of the company that can be addressed as efficiently by someone who can look at the problem first-hand.
Optimization of talent, and allocating manpower resources would be the defining character between you and your local competitors.
Here are just examples of market distortions:
- Danielle Hale, the chief economist for Realtor.com, opines that “a lot of employers are looking to grow their staff without hurting their profits.”
- From Redfin, chief economist Daryl Fairweather reports that there is substantial evidence that the buying market is also looking into climate-change resilient homes.
- President of Weichert Residential Sales, Carlo Siracusa, said that buyers and sellers prefer to work with a reputable agent who can finish up transactions with a qualified team. In addition, Weichert sees that people want an all-in-one buying experience to become a norm.
Second Question: How do you scale your business? How does your firm adapt to buyer demands?
We’ve seen so many companies grow their staff. That’s great! But why spend more for the same talent, when you can outsource for a cheaper cost? Why not put all the savings you get from hiring an off-shore, remote virtual assistant to getting better technology that can service your clients? Why not go into new projects with the extra funds that you have? Isn’t that a more sound business decision?