With the goal of empowering, encouraging, and educating real estate professionals – we’ve interviewed a lot of proven winners in. After the whirlwind last 8 months of 2020, things seem to being finding their new rhythm. “Back to school season” is here and summer break is officially over.
Being a part of the solution doesn’t mean that you have the answer to the problem – instead it can be as simple as letting someone know “I am here. How can I help?” The conversations we are having with our clients today are reflective of the next 6 months, post COVID-19 shut down.
Real estate is an industry with what some would consider a low barrier of entry, it can produce a 6 figure income, and include personal flexibility 9-5 jobs may not allow for. But many agents still struggle and burnout is a common theme.
March 20th, 2020: The world is an interesting place right now. With the constant stream of news and updates from the powers at be, it can seem like every day is uncertain. What can we do to be a positive influence? How can we, as real estate professionals, continue with “business as usual” when nothing seems like the usual?
As a real estate agent, you want to grow your business, and marketing plays a big role in expanding your reach. Whether you are just getting started in the business, or a seasoned agent looking for more clients, turning up the volume on your marketing can be the key to unlocking the door to success.
When you think of your typical sales person, you probably think of an outgoing and gregarious extrovert. Some one who has the power of smooth-talking and doesn’t think bat an eye at making cold calls or door knocking.
In todays digital world, you have less than 10 seconds to catch your potential clients attention – and keep it. When was the last time you “checked yourself” and googled your own brand? If you don’t have a consistent and ever present presence, you may be loosing out to your competition that does.
Is our market heading for a shift? Have we reached the peak and are looking over the other side of the high hill our market has climbed? In times of uncertainty, we look to what is sturdy and consistent; numbers and facts
What it means to be happy and successful doesn’t mean the same thing to everyone. In today’s world, we fall victim to the crippling and undisciplined pursuit of more. More leads, more appointments, more clients, more hires… the frantic pace of more is overrunning our true desires.
Are you interested in starting a business from scratch? Or do you know someone who has always wanted to be an entrepreneur? Brad Allen started the Art of Real Estate 6 years ago and shares his experiences, both highs and lows, with host Kyle Malnati who started Calibrate Real Estate 3 years ago.