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Special report: Real estate team success

How real estate teams thrive and where they fail
Published on Jan 20, 2016 | Updated on Dec 13, 2016
  • Close to 80 percent of respondents believe a team should have a clearly designated leader.
  • Just over 50 percent of those surveyed believe teams are more visible to consumers than individual agents.
  • The most important things for teams to work on are communication, systems and fair compensation.
  • More than 80 percent of respondents believe technology is helping the way teams work.

As teams become a permanent fixture in today's more sophisticated real estate environment -- where clients demand high-quality service and a variety of skills available around the clock -- there's good news: Support systems and advice for running successful teams are growing exponentially. And the rewards are hefty. As one agent wrote, being in a team means you have the best of all worlds ...