You've lost your clients in a large, dilapidated house. They were right behind you a second ago and have completely disappeared. Two days later they are found in a hole in the basement. You've lost their business (obviously) and no one trusts you with their property again.
You make your first sale in a year. You've successfully sold a parking space. Your commission: 20 bucks.
You have steadily increased your sales for the past couple of years. You decide to open your own company. You want a better office, but your garage will do for now.
You are managing ten real estate agents. They are all selling expensive single-family homes. Life is great and you might be in the market for a larger home in a year.
You've sold a $100M home in Silicon Valley. Now you're in a position to buy a dream home—not just sell them.