First National Rayner’s two offices (Bacchus Marsh & Ballan, Vic) have launched First National Websites, implemented the leading edge First National buyer/tenant matching and office management systems, Utopia and Platform, and, the enthusiastic team attends every training day and local offices group meetings without fail.
First National Member Services Manager, Sean Hines recently attended on one of First National Rayner’s meetings and reported how thoroughly Marcus Rayner manages his team. As an office with a focus for referrals, First National Rayner has recently shared approximately 18 listings with its surrounding eight First National member offices, providing an emphatic example of how the strength of a national real estate network benefits customers.
‘What makes things work for Marcus is that he sets targets for all his staff, then, more importantly, shows them how to market property effectively, manage their area of focus, and negotiate sales to maximise the outcome for clients’ says Sean.
Marcus Rayner says he’s been ‘buzzing’ ever since getting back from First National’s May Convention.
After 12 months with First National, First National Rayner has:
- Distinguished itself from competitors and become the dominant local agent (listings & sales)
- Sales figures for June/July 2013 have doubled, compared to the same time last year
- Sales have surged throughout 2013 and the team is tracking towards new records with fees
- New sales agent, Greg Brown wrote $27,000 in commission in the 10 days that followed Convention
- Referral fees earned will almost cover First National Rayner’s network membership fee
Thinking about a partnership to strengthen and grow your agency?
- Contact our Network Development team for a chat about how partnership with First National could improve your business on 1800 032 332
- Visit our Partnership website for specific information about the benefits
- Read about one agent’s 12 month review of the major Australian real estate brands, before choosing First National Real Estate
- Watch Peter Gibson’s commentary about his journey interviewing the major brands