At this time of year, hope springs eternal. The idea that the “spring” real estate market is the best time of the year to buy or sell, and for agents to grow their businesses. Some years the spring delivers and in other times the spring is sprung, meaning not much changes, and at times the unexpected happens. 

 

What do we know? According to data recently released by the OC Register from Data Quik the year over year sales drops are significant in the same 22 days versus the same period last year. The reality is the overall market has slowed due to higher interest rates, higher prices, and an uncertain economy moving forward. To the individual this should mean little, when it applies to being an agent, there is enough market activity for anyone to reach their personal goals. Now, the big issue is that there is rarely enough market share for everyone to achieve their goals… so capitalism and the survival of the fittest will often times apply.

 

While not all real estate agents are created the same, neither are the companies they represent. Every company has its own models and systems. Each of us will match up with one of them or get our broker’s license and possibly start our own brands. The proliferation of on-line broker’s is real, and the choices are more than the 31 flavors at Baskin Robbins.

 

How do you know which is best for you? Be a strong individual and do what works best for you. Not going along with the pack, or yes even your best of friends will help you differentiate yourself in branding.

 

Realty Pro 100 is designed as a boutique business model, and our commitment is to never have more than 100 experienced agents in any one location. If you are new licensee, you are still welcome, but we place your license with RP 100, our referral company. The agent with less than 2 transactions to their credit in the past 12 months can work alongside an experienced agent at Realty Pro 100 but will not become a full-fledged Realty Pro 100 associate without meeting and maintaining our minimum standards. Some companies have no production standards and that works for them. Our intent and design are to stand above the professional standards of our industry, and to build lifelong relationships.

 

Whether this spring is shaping up to be your best, your worst, or somewhere in between, you owe it to yourself to interview with Joanne Vartanian and/or Mary Walters. They will gladly demonstrate the high-minded model of Realty Pro 100℠.

 

Joanne Vartanian and/or Mary Walters can be reached via e-mail: opportunities@realtypro100.com

 

Blake Vartanian

CalDRE# 00871999

 

 

Blake Vartanian is a highly sought-after speaker, mentor, author and industry visionary with 37 plus years’ experience in the Real Estate Industry. Blake’s unique blend of industry knowledge, insight and his trademarked sense of hospitality is the focal point for Realty Pro 100℠’s blogs and social channels. 

 

When it comes to real estate, not all companies are created equal. As Chairman of Hospitality Realty Corp. dba Realty Pro 100℠, Blake Vartanian has been very fortunate in his real estate profession to have built two #1 franchised locations for two separate global franchise companies. 

 

Blake Vartanian, along with his wife, Joanne Vartanian (CEO and President), and their Executive Team; Mary Walters (Vice President / General Manager), Barbara Wayne (Broker of Record), and Zantine Greenwood (CIO), Realty Pro 100℠ has the foundation to support your “hospitality focused” real estate experience. Real estate news, perspectives and insights from Realty Pro 100 are available at Realty Pro 100’s Blogs

 

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