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nothing that obvious... im sure i missed opportunities that i didnt realize was an opportunity.. but other than that... i closed what i worked on.. i hope that helps
I don't keep track of lost opportunites but what has closed.
Richard Robibero, ABR, SRS a very good question.
Looking back this year, I could have perhaps added at least 50% of what I made so far, by doing few things right!
And that almost touches 6 figure!
More than I would like to claim
My money left on the table was 2 listing appointments, no other way this year so far, hopefully I'm done with that.
One was $950,000 and the other $400,000. Both sellers wanted me to list far too low. $950K wanted me get 25 and pay 2.5% the other ( a repeat client that revealed greed like I've never seen); wanted me to list for FREE and make my money on their purchase only. I said bye bye now to both, but I regret the $950K a little, that house was closed in 35 days.
High seven figures.
Are you going to help me get it back?
Knowing my ego is not so inflated as to think I am in control of all things allows the birds that may get away to not distress me at all. "It is what it is" and I can live peacefully beside that reality.
When ones business is 90% referral based, this is rarely an issue.
None that I can think of Richard..
Impossible to tell.
I am sure we all leave some on the table and other places
All of it at the last poker game; if for real estate who know's!
Hi Richard -- I don't count money until a transaction is closed.
Where do I sign up for Realtors Food Stamps?
Richard Robibero, ABR, SRS Zero. Zip. Nada. We don't believe in leaving money on the table!