Profit Health Check

PROFIT HEALTH CHECK - Is your business fit for the future?

Not getting the profit required from your business? Feel like your team lack accountability and focus? Need an impartial ear to discuss your business and its direction? You are not alone!

 

We are all guilty of spending too much time working in the business rather than on it. But regular assessment as to the health of your Real Estate business is vital!

 

Profit Health Check (PHC) has been designed to assist Real Estate Agency Principals by examining key financial, operational and performance aspects of your Real Estate Agency that are critical to future profit production. For a minimal investment of $990.00 (incl gst) and upon receipt of key financial and statistical data

 

PHC will identify:

 

  • A calculation of your TRUE breakeven
  • A calculation of CRITICAL ratios affecting sales performance
  • Areas of business leakage
  • Vital targets needed for profit
  • Your TRUE cost of sale
  • Your TRUE desk cost
  • Areas of business that need addressing NOW
  • Profit per sale
  • Return on Investment (ROI)
  • Gross margin ratios

 

A full report and formal meeting is included, where findings will be discussed and actioned. You can download samples of these reports here:

 

(Note: The above reports were conducted on 2 Agencies located in NSW using supplied data) 

 

PHC is essential for any Agency Principal looking to improve business performance, increase profit and reap the rewards.

Note:  A non-disclosure agreement will be entered into and all data and conversations will be held in the strictest of confidence.

 

The Profit Health Check (PHC) is a service provided by Think Real Estate to help principals identify areas of poor performance and implement actions to improve business performance. The outcome of the PHC is based upon financial inputs provided by the client and any conclusions are subject to the completeness of those inputs. In undertaking a PHC Think Real Estate and its affiliates do not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. The PHC is designed to identify areas of improvement and should not be solely relied upon for tax, legal or accounting advice. Clients should consult their own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any remedial action.