Sales Meeting Minutes May 30th, 2017

Sales Meeting Minutes May 30th, 2017


Sales Meeting Minutes – May 30th, 2017

Office Announcements:

Dragon Boat donations – Please consider supporting our Dragon Boat Team and the fight against Breast Cancer – Pledge sheet at front desk

Century 21 Lakers Opening Night – this Thursday June 1st, PMC – be there by 7:30 – please wear your Century 21 Lakers shirts or we can give you one there – the more the better – good opportunity to show our support

Golf anyone – please consider joining Kim Letto this Thursday June 1st at the Quarry – Kim is the major sponsor of this golf tournament that is raising money for the Buckhorn Community Centre – contact Kim if interested

To communicate with Gayle regarding listings, offers, inter-boarding etc. please communicate through

Gayle is putting together a list of the services she will be looking after in the new “Agent Services” role.  Once this is complete, we will circulate.

Please be aware of a realtor named Lucas Sheperd.  He has called one of our agents to view a home but didn’t identify himself as a realtor and was acting suspicious.

Topic of the Week – Pricing Strategies

Thanks to Con for doing some digging for us on current market conditions.  Here are some quick points from our discussion this morning:

  • as of Tuesday – 239 listings for month of May versus 209 for May 2016
  • Of the 32 listings sold this month, 18 or 56% were holding offers
  • 14 listings, 44% were not holding offers
  • 2 listings that held offers did not receive offers
  • this compared to the Board average – only 39% of listings on the market had a hold offer date
  • typically the amount of new listings coming onto the market are being surpassed by the number of sold and conditional sales
  • the market is still strong, prices continue to climb
  • Pricing strategies and their possible outcomes need to be reviewed with the seller carefully.  Expectations need to be understood and managed.


Note:  P.T.O. means please turn over 🙂

Have a great week!


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