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How to Avoid Real Estate Burnout

By Living Room Realty, July 11, 2018

Agents work hard. Long hours, working during the weekend, lots of screen time, and lack of a set schedule can all mean increased stress for agents – and ultimately contribute to decreased productivity and burn out for agents.

These three tips from Relator Magazine can help break the cycle of stress and lead to a more balanced work life.

  1. Know when it’s time to ask for help – Sometimes when business is exploding it’s hard to sustain the growth. Living Room provides agents with marketing, transaction management services, and an on-call buyer’s agent so there is always someone to help. Teamwork makes the dream work!
  2. Set Some Boundaries – Set expectations with clients during your initial buyer or seller consultation by explain the hours you work, the best ways to communicate with you, and how quickly they should expect a response. Being upfront about communication helps all parties feel understood.
  3. Carve out “me” time – Taking care of yourself mentally, physically, and emotionally with time away from work and quality time with family, friends, hobbies, or volunteering is essential to avoid getting burned out.  

Read the full article here

Living Room Realty

Living Room Realty is a full-service real estate brokerage with four offices in Portland, one at the coast in Manzanita, and one in Vancouver, WA. At Living Room Realty, we listen and ask the right questions. We’re committed to being your most effective advisor and advocate. Our goal is your success.
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