How SPiRALNY’s Newest Agents Are Meeting Their Goals
A real estate agent’s first year in the industry can be both challenging and rewarding. You are beginning a new career path, but also trying to find your footing and figuring out exactly how to do well as a real estate agent. At SPiRALNY, we want out agents to complete their first year in real estate with a sense of accomplishment, rather than defeat.
We believe that in order for an agent to do well within their first year, they need to set realistic yet challenging goals, and have a brokerage behind them pushing them to meet those goals. In addition to SPiRALNY’s motivating culture and extensive training, we empower our agents to meet their goals by supporting them along the way. As a result, we’ve witnessed even our newest agents meeting their goals within their first year.
Why is it important for agents to have a good start in the real estate business?
It is no surprise that in an industry as competitive New York City real estate, the majority of agents leave the industry within their first year. This is mostly due to the fact that many agents do not close many deals within their first year, leaving them discouraged and with a minimal income. Because of this, it is extremely important that agents are equipped with the resources and support necessary to do well early on in their careers.
At SPiRALNY, we make it a point to give our agents a strong foundation from the moment they join our firm. One way we do this is by helping them set goals that to meet at various moments within their first year and hold them accountable for doing so.
Setting goals helps agents establish what they want to achieve, guides their focus towards ways of progressing towards those goals, and helps them stay motivated.
One example of a goal we set is obtaining a listing within an agent’s first 3 months. With this goal in place, agents feel prompted to meet it within the allotted time period and have a sense of accomplishment when they do. This promotes a sense of self-mastery and pushes them to meet subsequent goals and continue progressing in their career.
SPiRALNY Agents Receive Extensive Training and Mentorship
In addition to helping agents set goals for themselves, SPiRALNY also equips agents with the skills and knowledge to do so through training and mentorship programs. We offer agents printed training materials that cover various real estate-related topics, such as sales, rentals, dealing with clients, showcasing an apartment, and more.
In addition, our agents are able to work directly with seasoned agents to learn insider tips and tricks for mastering real estate. SPiRALNY’s principal broker, Marcel Bellucci, has over a decade of experience in the New York City real estate market and is always open to offer advice and support to agents on his team.
SPiRALNY’s Motivating Team and Atmosphere
While a goal-oriented office and cutting-edge training and mentorship are essential for an agent’s success early on in their career, the necessity of a motivating team cannot be understated. When an agent can walk into their office and immediately get a sense that their team wants to see them win, the likelihood of them excelling and meeting their goals dramatically improves.
In addition to being comfortable seeking advice from the principal broker, we also want SPiRALNY agents to look to each other for guidance and support. Whether it is a simple word of encouragement or help to host an open house, our agents should feel like teammates working toward a common goal, not competition.
Excelling in real estate can be extremely difficult and requires a great deal of self-motivation and hard work. That is why we’ve made it a point to educate, motivate, and guide all of our newest agents. By providing agents with the tools to build clientele, close deals, and obtain exclusive listings, we are not only building motivated, successful agents but industry leaders as well.
If you are interested in learning more about how SPiRALNY invests in agents, feel free to reach out to us so we can set up a meeting to discuss what a future with us would look like.