If I consider myself a professional farmer, it is reasonable for my readers to ask; “Where is your farm?” My answer is: “it is in Quezon City, Libis and very near C-5 Road”. Who’s my landlord? – Ortigas and Company, Limited Partnership and their current project is Circulo Verde.
As I said in my previous article, I am changing the purpose of this blog. For now, this online journal will contain topics regarding Ortigas and Company and their current and future projects. In the following articles, I will blog about my 12 hectare farm and everything about its development. At the same time, I will post common client questions and my answers.
I chose to farm this 12 hectare land because I believe it is an oasis. An oasis because it is a fertile land with water in the middle of a desert. In this context, let us refer to the city as a desert where you seldom see open spaces or greeneries. It is my desire to share this Circulo Verde Oasis discovery to all.
Those in the Realty industry, I encourage you share where your farm is. We’d love to here about them as well. So, what can you say about my farm?
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Assuming I have followers of course. hahaha. I think I will change the purpose of this blog. I want this blog to be able to help or serve its readers. Any suggestions?
Currently, i’m thinking…
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What property do you want to sell? Are you more inclined to sell or promote commercial, industrial or residential properties? Do you want to go into selling, leasing, purchasing, exchanging, or mortgaging of real property? Condominiums, house and lots, raw land, warehouses, buildings, residential resorts, etc… This list can go on and on… Bottomline is due all these options, real estate practioners are flexible. Should you decide residential realty is not for you, you can opt for the other types.
I classify real estate salespersons as self-employed. Their career growth is really up to them and will never be dependent on some employer. After three to five years, salespersons should have their own brokerage or business. Career growth in this context is more like a career change. If you are currently a real estate salesperson, have you decided when you will make the transition from self-employment to business owner?
But for now, ask yourself this question: “What type of property do I want to sell? What area or demographic would you want to focus on?” Kindly post your comments below.
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Being a Broker is really tough. Managing numerous employees and / or salespersons is enough work to keep you busy the entire day. 24 hours a day is never enough time for a Broker. That’s why they need the help of secretaries, liason officers, attorneys, managers or virtual office managers and salespeople.
I think the biggest trial of the Position Broker is: How he can run his brokerage efficiently and productively. Being a Broker is not just about selling… It’s also about looking for properties to sell, advertising, recruitment, documentation and marketing or socializing. Another biggest trial of a Broker is: building and maintaining healthy relationships, both in and out of the office. Trust is very important in any industry. Especially in an industry handling huge amount of money. They simply won’t hire your services or buy from you if they don’t trust you.
What’s your take? As a Realtor, what are the biggest trials you encountered? Can you please tell us how you solved the trial?
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