The industry as we know is undergoing unprecedented changes, but that doesn’t mean we’ll never recover. In fact, we have a chance to come out of this experience stronger than ever before.
How has the industry progressed since the start of COVID-19, and what results can we expect to see in the future?
In light of the changes in our world, it goes without saying that we need to rethink how we provide value to our industry and the consumer.
In this episode, Chairman and CEO of T3 Sixty and leading visionary on real estate trends, Stefan Swanepoel shares his thoughts on the future of our industry.
As a collective whole, we have to do the best we can for the industry and thereby serve the consumer to the best of our ability. -Stefan Swanepoel
Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode
- The importance of considering the shifts
Even though we’re still facing COVID-19, the industry has made great strides since the pandemic was first announced. There has been a considerable shift in the way we’ve looked at the situation- from initial concern in late March, to a more positive outlook in late May.
- Encouraging signs in the industry
Due to pent up demand, there has been an increase in showings, open houses, and offers on listings. We may not be seeing the great results we had in January and February, but this is an encouraging sign.
- How to keep pushing forward
Despite the challenges, we will make it through the shifts. We may need to revise our business plans, but as long as we stay focused and determined, we can come out of this experience stronger than before.
Stefan Swanepoel is the Chairman and CEO of T3 Sixty. Considered a leading visionary on real estate trends, Stefan has over 3 decades of experience in the industry. He has authored and co-authored more than 50 books and reports analyzing changes impacting the residential real estate industry. Stefan is also a captivating Speaker in real estate and has delivered over 1100 talks, with over 700 as the keynote speaker.
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