This April, one of Inman’s most popular recurring theme months returns: Back to Basics. All month, real estate professionals from across the country share what’s working for them, how they’ve evolved their systems and tools, and where they’re investing personally and professionally to drive growth in 2022. It’s always smart to go Back to Basics with Inman.
Pulse is a recurring column where we ask for readers’ takes on varying topics in a weekly survey and report back with our findings.
Some people pride themselves on living without regret, owning both the good and bad in both their personal and professional lives. Others make a habit of churning on the road less traveled and replaying what if’s again and again, trying to figure out what might have been.
Last week, we asked: What’s your biggest business regret? Didn’t get your license sooner? Didn’t start your own team or brokerage? Maybe you wish you had saved more or invested more? Maybe you have regrets about how you treated someone, a wrong hire, or someone you should have fired way sooner.
Here are the biggest business regrets that you shared with us:
- Didn’t save more
- Getting involved in being your own office concept – all you do is get stuck with overhead and bad guidance
- Not investing in my business sooner through education, marketing, CRM, etc.
What’s your biggest business regret? Share it in the comments below.