Getting your business ready for next year starts with strategies and goals. Here are some specific, actionable steps you can take to prepare for 2012. December 2011 | By Rich Levin
In any line of business, it’s not the work that’s hard. It’s the self-discipline. That’s why it’s important to have a [...]
Real estate agents are people, too. You have personal lives. You have emotional ups and downs in addition to financial ups and downs. The following simple steps ensure that your 2012 Business Plan works for your business and your life. In case you missed them, catch up on Part 1  and Part [...]Continue Reading →
Keller Williams Realty on October 13, 2011
For most entrepreneurs and independent business owners, fourth quarter is a time of reflection on the past year’s successes and an opportunity to put together a solid business plan for the next 12 months.
As you might imagine, [...]Continue Reading →
A business plan is crucial for building an efficient, profitable business strategy. But by avoiding common pitfalls, you’ll be able to set your business on the right path in the coming year. By Rich Levin | October 2009
Let’s be honest: Sometimes no matter how hard you plan, you just don’t get the results you [...]Continue Reading →
A realtor business plan is a map that calculates the number of transactions you must close along with your total cost per transaction to reach your income goals. This strategic business plan establishes your goals and objectives in writing.
There are companies and consultants who can write a business plan for Realtors, for a fee, [...]Continue Reading →
Finalists pitch ideas in University’s business plan competition
9:21 a.m., May 5, 2011–Offering an innovative approach to retail that allows college females a venue to swap their gently used apparel with one another, University of Delaware senior Mary Claire Whisler received high marks for her Swap Shop venture as a finalist at this year’s Business [...]Continue Reading →
Now that you’ve decided that you’d like to open a small business, you should put your thoughts down on paper. This way, your business idea is expressed in a plan – a living document that outlines every critical aspect of its operation. This step might sound intimidating, but it’s important. So let’s get started!