Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Ed Sarfo : Member of the Million Dollar Club

Ed Sarfo is a lifetime member of the Million Dollar Club. He has operated his own real estate brokerage since 2007, adding five new members to the business since. His goal is to have ten agents working for his brokerage, adding to his own profits and to the local real estate industry itself. From Ghana, Sarfo is proud of his adoptive community, and sees within it unlimited potential.

read more about Ed Sarfo @ https://edsarfous.wordpress.com

Thursday, 24 September 2015

Ed Sarfo - Two Reasons Many Real Estate Agents Flame Out

Working as a real estate agent is more difficult than many people think. Some become real estate agents because they see easy money being made by others in the industry. In reality, successful real estate agents make money because of many hours spent coordinating open houses, setting up meetings, talking with clients, and working on closing their sales. Many times, even if the agent sells the property, the buyers or the sellers could back out with no notice, or some other technicality could get in the way. Even if everything goes right, many real estate agents don’t get their first commission until six months have passed. The most skilled real estate agents deal with these issues throughout their careers. When you’re first starting out as a real estate agent, here are two ways to fail:
  • You don’t have a plan. Real estate agents are a kind of small business owner. If you don’t start your business with a plan, you’ll be doomed to failure. Start with a plan for how you are going to succeed, and stick to it as you build relationships and networks. Coming from a strong plan will eliminate problems before they affect your bottom line.
  • You rely too much on technology. Staying in contact through social media, email, and phone is essential for a real estate agent, but don’t let your smart phone distract you from your meetings with clients and others.
Ed Sarfo has been a real estate principal broker in Lexington, Kentucky over 8 years, and has built his network out of trust and an excellent work ethic.

Recommended Read :- Ed Sarfo Shares Crucial Tips on Buying the Right Home

Friday, 18 September 2015

Ed Sarfo Selling Property : How to Succeed as a Real Estate Agent

Real estate agents work as hard to establish relationships as they do selling properties, at least early in their careers. Many of these individuals work beyond normal business hours growing their networks and preparing properties to be shown to potential clients. Real estate agents have to establish a roster of clients they have done business with in order to continue to sell property in a profitable manner. If you’re considering starting a career in real estate, you have to be willing to work hard and develop your network and close sales with a sure hand. Here are a few tips to get you started: 

  • Don’t think of real estate as a side gig. Even if you have another job, understand that to be successful at selling real estate, you have to put your best efforts forward at all times. Treating real estate as a side job is a sure way to waste your time.

  • Come from a strong position. Save enough money to cover operating costs before you start. Real estate agents coming from weak financial positions don’t have the same options that those with strong savings do. 

  • Get help before you need it. Stay active within the real estate community. Join real estate organizations and participate in your local, state, or national real estate association. The more you participate, the more easily you can grow your network and enlist the help of other real estate professionals when you need them. 

Ed Sarfo is a successful real estate principal broker based in Lexington, Kentucky.

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

How to Succeed Selling Real Estate - Ed Sarfo

Selling real estate can be a very profitable career for many people. Some people are so encouraged by others’ successes that they enter the real estate profession with little experience or sense of direction. Many people want to “try” real estate as a profession. When many job coaches and other such professionals hear this, they see a lack of commitment. “Trying” real estate usually doesn’t translate into long-term success. Professional real estate agents spend years working the floor, organizing open houses for other agents, and working every day to build their client base and sell properties. Entering the real estate market as an agent requires a full-time commitment in order to be successful. 

If you can’t commit to real estate as your profession, don’t waste your time. Many people think that they can work part time as a real estate agent to make some money on the side. While some people are successful at this, most find that working successfully in real estate requires full time hours and constant network building outside of normal working hours. Many in real estate focus too much on the results and not on what it takes to achieve those results. Real estate agents are similar to authors. Everyone wants a best-seller, but no one wants to write one. 

Ed Sarfo is a dedicated and skilled real estate principal broker based in Lexington, Kentucky. Sarfo developed his skills and personal relationships over many years of living and working in the area. He plans to continue his work getting people the best real estate options he can. 

Ed Sarfo - Real Estate Professional

Ed Sarfo is a dedicated real estate professional in Lexington,Kentucky. He grew up in Ghana - West Africa. From the moment Ed set foot at an American Baptist Missionary high school in his native country, he dreamt of living and working in the United States. Ever so grateful for being able to live that dream; he strives to build meaningful, professional and personal relationships with his clients. Helping and counseling his clients to make the best decisions in the real estate marketplace is his passion. read more about Ed Sarfo @  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:EdSarfo

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