Your core genius is the thing that you do best. Here’s why identifying yours is such an important thing.
Your core genius is the thing that you do best and staying focused on it is essential. In today’s training, we’re going to take a look at how to identify your core genius, how to improve it, and how to use it as leverage to build a successful real estate career. My core genius is helping real estate agents like you get where they want to go. What’s your core genius? To find out, watch my latest training video.
Price changing is an essential part of an agent's training.
Welcome back to another agent training video. Today we’re focusing on price change training, which ensures that you get the price changes needed to sell your properties. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen an agent who can’t sell a property because they simply refuse to reduce the price. I’ll teach you some tips and techniques today that should help you get on the right track if you’re in a situation like this.
If you have any questions about how to prepare your sellers for success, don't hesitate to reach out to me. I'd love to hear from you.
If you don’t properly prepare your home buying clients to have success, you’re just wasting everyone’s time. Here’s how to make sure that you don’t.
When you’re working with buyers, it’s important that you know the best practices so that you don’t waste your time and lose your mind. Today I’m going to show you how to prepare all of your buyers for success properly. My valid buyer criteria checklist covers all the bases. If a buyer doesn’t fit all 10 criteria, they’re not a valid buyer.
If you have any questions about how to prepare your buyers for success, don't hesitate to reach out to me. I'd love to hear from you.
It’s great to track your sales, but it’s even more important to track the little things, like lead sources, to grow your business over time. Here’s why.
Do you know your numbers? Not just the number of homes you’ve sold, but the number of leads you’ve received or prospects that you’ve contacted. I track all of my numbers for everything because it helps me see trends in my business. It also helps me see where I need to improve. Today I’m going to teach you how to properly track your numbers so that you can do the same. To learn more, watch my latest video.
Many real estate agents start building their teams by hiring a buyer’s agent. Here’s how it helps them build massive leverage in their business.
In this edition of my agent training seminar, we’re talking about leverage. Specifically, we’re talking about how to grow your business using the leverage provided through a buyer’s agent. If you’re in a spot where you need some help in your business to keep up with leads or you’re not sure how to build out your team, I have some great advice to share with you today. Even if you’re just starting in the business, my tips will show you the path to the next level of your career. To learn more, watch the full training above.
Instagram is yet another tool that real estate professionals can use to grow their business. Here are some tips and best practices.
This edition of our real estate agent training is all about Instagram. I’ve received a lot of questions about using this platform to grow a business, and my goal is to answer all of them today. We’ll cover how to use Instagram to grow your local influence, generate real estate leads, and engage with prospects in a variety of ways. There’s a ton of good information in this one. To see for yourself, watch the full video above.
As an agent, working from home holds many advantages over working from an office.
When I first got into real estate, I realized that those who sold the most houses (and made the most money) were never in the office. They were always out and about selling houses and making money. Why have an office then? Why not just work from home? In my experience, people are afraid to work from home because they don’t want to get sidetracked by distractions. But here’s the thing: Working in a designated office brings its own distractions, and there’s no money in keeping one.
As you’ll see in today’s video, there are plenty of benefits to working from home. I’ve worked from home for the past 16 years, and I’ll share the best practices to maximize your business without ever needing an office.
To see my full coaching session on this topic, watch the video above.
Many new agents ask the same question: “How do I do this?” I’m here to answer it today.
On this edition of my agent training, we’re answering the important question, “How the heck do I do this?” It’s a common one that real estate agents have as they start out in the business. Without the proper training, not knowing what to do can lead to developing a lot of bad habits that are hard to get rid of. I’m offering some advice today to help you get started on the right path or simply find the right path if you haven’t yet.
Today’s topic is about not allowing your listings to expire.
Today’s topic is about how not to let your listings expire! That may sound super easy, but listings end up expiring all the time. Here’s the answer: Drop the price. This question about expired listings comes up all the time. Selling a home comes down to three basic things: price, condition, and location. Today I’m teaching you all about how to be sure you sell the homes you put on the market and not allow them to expire. For the full training, watch the video above.
While writing my book, “The Half Millionaire Real Estate Agent”, I developed a list of the 10 rules that I think every agent should be following in their daily lives.
I’m very excited to talk to you about an insightful and useful topic today: The 10 commandments for real estate agents. It’s something that I developed while writing my book, “The Half Millionaire Real Estate Agent.” I saw a lot of mistakes being made by agents that I wanted to rectify on a larger scale. The first commandment is, “Thou shalt not count thy chickens until they hatch.” To learn the other nine commandments and how they can help you and your business grow, watch my latest video.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to reach out to me by phone or email. I would love to speak with you.