“There is simply no efficient way to be a top producer and work with all of the buyers and sellers while delivering the highest possible level of service all the time.”
In 2002, Victoria started own company with an unorthodox business approach. Each person on her team has one core function, whether it’s working as a buyers’ agent, a closing agent, a marketing associate, or an assistant.
“There is simply no efficient way to be a top producer and work with all of the buyers and sellers while delivering the highest possible level of service all the time,” she said. “With the way we’re set up, every possible touch point is handled.”
A new associate can’t immediately come on to Victoria’s team as an agent. They must go through an 18-month training program that starts with a receptionist position and transitions into marketing and assistant roles. The program sets each agent up for great success — so much success, in fact, that many of her associates end up starting teams of their own.
“I’m proud of the fact I’ve trained so many accomplished agents and that I was a part of their success,” Victoria said. “For every agent that moves on, there is another talented newcomer to mentor. It’s an incredibly rewarding cycle.”
Victoria’s system is one that works. In 2014, she closed on more than $32 million and had more than 100 transactions. She has been Midland’s top-producing agent for 13 years, and named “Midland’s Favorite Agent” by the public three times. And 2015 is shaping up to be even better. By the end of the first quarter, she had closed 23 sales with another 22 under contract. For all of her success, she Victoria believes in sharing the benefits and giving back. She supports High Sky Children’s Ranch, Make a Wish,Centers for Children & Family and also is involved in the Rock the Desert music festival.
Victoria feels very blessed. She has a career that not only helps her clients’ dreams come true, but also her own and those of the agents and associates on her team.
“It’s exciting to mentor women to be the best they can be,” she said. “There’s no girl drama here. Only girl power.”
To learn more about Victoria Printz call 432-683-1000, or visit her website at www.victoriaprintz.com.