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Hosting an Agent Appreciation Party for Your Brokerage

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Real estate brokers, owners and managers know that recruitment and retention go hand-in-hand. To recruit quality talent, you must ensure your current agents feel valued so you create a workplace that people want to be a part of. An appreciation party is a great place to start. Use this guide to throw an event that celebrates your agents for their hard work in your brokerage! When those agents feel appreciated, they will want to recruit their qualified colleagues to join your team as well.

Looking for more great ways to increase retention? Try hosting real estate training in your office. You’ll help your team boost their skills and their profits — which helps your bottom line too! Get Buffini Certified to lead our entire suite of real estate training courses for agents at every level.

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