As a real estate agent, you always need to be ready for business. Real Estate is an industry grounded in the people and people are our business. From social events, grocery shopping, or driving a company branded car, opportunities to meet your next potential client are every where.
Friendships and partnerships are two very different versions of “ships”. When making the choice to create a partnership for the sake of a real estate venture, you may consider a friendship your best source of engagement
Lee Kearney is one of the nation’s most successful single family real estate investors. Since the start of his real estate career in 2004, he has bought and sold 7,000+ properties and has learned there is a direct, and repeatable formula to leveraging the real estate market cycles.
From Broker to Executive Vice President – Elad Bushari’s extensive knowledge of all things real estate has lead his business to unstoppable heights. He started his own boutique brokerage firm after the market crash of 2008 and quickly grew his company to 45 agents.
As a real estate agent, your biggest area of focus for developing your business is identifying your value add proposition. But the question becomes, how to you prove your ability to the person on the other side of a cold call in just seconds?
Best selling author of 11 books in personal finance and retirement planning, host of the Financial Underdog Podcast, guest of over 400 podcast interviews, Damion Lupo has started over 50 businesses, and the only thing he is afraid of is regret.
90% of business ideas are recycled and the most successful people know this to be the case. Successful people know not only how to network and extract ideas, but most importantly they know we all have the same problems and we are all just looking for solutions.
Kyle Malnati likes to be on the move, in action. The Denver-based apartment broker favors hands-on learning, living his religious faith every day, not just giving to nonprofits, but creating his own.
Cathell has invested in real estate for 35+ years around Washington, DC. He believes in the “Warren Buffett Approach” to investing: buy blue-chip (quality) investments and hold them.
Kendra Todd is a national real estate expert widely known as the third season winner of NBC’s The Apprentice, and host of HGTV’s “My House Is Worth What?” show. Kyle Malnati and Kendra Todd was both recognized on the cover of REALTOR Magazine as a 30 Under 30.