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Do you offer superior customer service as compared with your competitors? Do you specialize in a niche market? What experiences do you have that set you apart from your competitors?
Where do you see the market already saturated, and where are there opportunities for expansion and growth?
If your mission statement is to make every client feel like your most important client: Do you want to grow your business? Is this growth measured by gross revenue, profit, personnel, or physical office space? How much growth do you aim for annually?
What specific targets will you strive to hit annually in the next few years? Marketing Plan You may wish to create a marketing plan as either a section of your business plan or as an addendum. The Marketing Mix concerns product, price, place and promotion. What is your product? How does your price distinguish you from your competitors—is it industry average, upper quartile, or lower quartile?
How does your pricing strategy benefit your clients? How and where will you promote your services? What types of promotions will you advertise? Will you ask clients for referrals or use coupons?
Which channels will you use to place your marketing message? Forming a Team Ensuring the cooperation of all colleagues, supervisors, and supervisees involved in your plan is another important element to consider.
If so, what specifically do you need them to do? How will you evaluate their participation? Are they on-board with the role you have assigned them? Set dates annually, semi-annually, quarterly, or monthly to review your business plans goals: Were the goals reasonable to achieve, impossible, or too easy?
How do you measure success—is it by revenue, profit, or number of transactions? When will you review and refine your business plan goals? What process will you use to review your goals? What types of quantitative and qualitative data will you collect and use to measure your success?
Additional Elements The aforementioned items are only a few sections of the business plan. Depending on aspects unique to your business, you may want to include additional sections in your plan.REALTORS® with a designation earn over $27, more annually than non-designees.
Growth is an important part of every real estate professional’s personal development. Creating a Real Estate Investing Business Plan. If you were to get in your car and take a road trip across the country to an area you have never been before – would you just trust your gut and start traveling in the general direction you want to get to?
Most likely, you'd take with you a road map (or G.P.S. or smartphone, of course). Writing a business plan may seem a daunting task as there are so many moving parts and concepts to address.
Take it one step at a time and be sure to schedule regular review (quarterly, semi-annually, or annually) of your plan to be sure you on are track to meet your goals.
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